Many sliding windows and vinyl replacement windows have weep holes on the exteri…

Many sliding windows and vinyl replacement windows have weep holes on the exteri…

Many sliding windows and vinyl replacement windows have weep holes on the exterior bottom of the frame. These holes are designed to drain away rainwater that can collect in the frame's bottom channel. Weep holes can get plugged with bugs and debris, and if that happens, water could fill up the channel and spill over into your house. To see if your weep system is working, simply pour a glass of water into the track or spray the outside of the window with a garden hose. If you don't see a stea…