Drainage on front upvc door and gaskets (gaps)

Postby leon3000 » Mon Nov 24, 2008 4:00 pm

Ok this is edited post .I got front and garden upvc doors ,on the both doors double glazing is atached to sticky tape (gasket) and each of them got one gap (3 mm) on edges in which when is heavy rain water gets in and drains thru holes in bottom.My question is should i live those gaps or I should close them whith silicone or they supposed to be like that.?
And next question is :I found drain holes on garden door but I cannot find them on the front door ,where are they .Any experts in this forum ?
thanks in advance
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Postby tim reeve » Thu Nov 27, 2008 8:02 pm

no you cant block the holes with silicone they are for drainage,your door without holes has proberly got a cill on it and the holes are conceald.hope this helps.
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