Happy New Year everyone! Day one of the new year, first problem with the house :)
Well, it's actually been an on-going on for a long time now. My windows have all been leaking around the bottom sill corners on the drywall, and after months of contractors doing this and that, we finally got the windows sealed. Everything seemed fine until we had a 2 week period where we had bad storms with wind-driven rain. We were back to square one. The water was obviously getting in due to the wind. But where? My friend suggested pouring water on the inner sill part and tape off the weep holes to see if any water was leaking in around the edges of the window. Did that and BINGO! The water was coming in around where the sill and jamb connect.
So.....my question is, how do I fix this without having to pull the windows out!! We cannot afford to have the windows redone at this time (they are less than 2 years old - installed by the previous owner) and need a quick but not permanent solution. We will be having out siding done next summer and can do the windows at that time. But, that involves a full year and a half of wind and rain, and we can't go through all this again :(
Thank you for your time!