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#1 posted 08-05-2016 06:43 AM

Wood only moves at night when no one s watching. Has anyone ever actually seen it move? Me neither but when I leave on especially humid Summer mornings, my door s always a little tighter than it is during the winter. Damned wood gremlins.

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Turn on our AC at night to 69, go to work and turn it up to 77, your door wont stick, and the place will still be cool when you come home, Delta Effect.
Same as the winter time, heat on when you come home, lower at night and while gone for work or dont you have AC?
Exterior doors if wood suffer through both sides of the environment

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