I have a home built in 1925 with original leaded glass windows. I have a frustrating problem with one double window. I have moisture building up between the leaded glass and the wooden storms. All the other windows do not have this problem. I had new wooden storms made for them as the old ones were rotten from moisture.
New storms, I did caulk from the inside and outside thinking this would help. Someone suggested I may have contributed to the issues by sealing them too tight and they need some airflow. Also if this is the case what is the best way to get airflow without defeating the purpose of the storm window in general?
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