Badger has uninsulated, single layer teak pilothouse doors that slide in a metal channel at the bottom, and there's wide gaps between the door and pilothouse.
They suck when the wind is up, it's snowing, and they get frozen shut...not a good scenario if you need to get out fast for any reason.
Rather than try and fix them for winter boating, I'd rather start afresh with new, insulated, sliding (from above on rollers) doors that have weather/wind stopping ability and can be "snugged up" to the pilothouse for seriously cold weather. (Ocean doesn't freeze here but smaller bays with fresh water creeks do.)
Also looking for a companionway door of the same cold weather abilities. Here's one that looks good;
American Marine, Inc. | Model 320/325 - Companionway Door
...and this door (model 300X) looks good for the pilothouse;
Anybody know of any solutions/manufacturers that might help?