While we all enjoy rain and it spells good news for nature as well, it is not so much fun when the rain enters into your home. Rain water seepage can cause more damage and prove more costly than you think.
Aside from the obvious cost of repairs, which can escalate if the water seepage source isn't found and repaired, there's also the cost to your family's health from infections and respiratory ailments stemming from molds and bacteria formation.
The same problem gets accentuated with traditional wooden windows and doors as they warp and resulting gaps invite rain. With aluminium windows and doors, if not installed properly, rainwater accumulates in the tracks and spills inside.
The problem vanishes when you replace your old windows and doors with Fenesta, which has engineered three innovations to keep your home safe and dry when monsoons come knocking at your door:
An elevated section clipped on the inside track of the system functions like a dam. It captures rainwater and drains it out
This special system prevents air pressure from pushing the rainwater indoors. Instead, the rainwater flows down vertically, at some distance from the outer wall
A track at a downward slope of 5 degrees ensures that accumulated rainwater flow out