Interior humidity may take the form of condensation on relatively cool surfaces such as glass as a direct result of too much moisture in the air. If Condensation occurs you may want to take measures to reduce the interior humidity level.
Suggestions to reduce humidity levels in your home include:
Check your venting
Use a dehumidifier
Change settings on your furnaces humidifier
Leave your blinds open during the day
Use ceiling fans to promote air movement and exhaust fans in the bathroom when showering
If your door does not close properly please check the following items:
Refer to installation instructions to ensure proper installation.
Make sure that the handle hardware is properly aligned and latching.
Ensure the door closer operates freely and without obstruction. If necessary, adjust closer speed by turning adjustment screw at the end of the closer cylinder. If the storm door features two closers, adjust one at a time with the other disconnected. Replacements may be ordered here.
Check to make sure the storm door is plumb and square in the opening and adjust if necessary.
Check for broken, misaligned or excessively worn hinges. Replacements may be ordered here.
Verify that the bottom expander is not dragging on the threshold. Raise the bottom expander so that rubber sweep barely touches the threshold. This may also help air trapped between the storm door and entry door escape as the storm door closes.
The registration number can be in several locations depending on the manufacturing date. Whether your door was made prior to 1997 or after, it is easy to find it.
For doors manufactured since early 1997,look for the sticker (similar to the one below) either on the edge of the door, or on the hinge z-bar. For additional help with finding the registraiton number, please view the video below.
For doors manufactured before 1997, the registration number is a 9 digit number stamped on the door.