What happens to your home when it's -35°F outside?

When it gets to -35°F outside in Alaska, it affects the inside more than just raising the heating bill. Ice buildup around the windows is pretty normal this time of year and sometimes our sliding door gets so much ice buildup in the track that we can’t open it. But you know it’s cold when the inside doorknobs get iced over!

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