Repairs: joinery, doors and kitchens

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The bottom sections of stiles/mullions – that is, the vertical timbers supporting the window frame – are classic weak points for water penetration. Rainwater, particularly on a south or western aspect, is driven into the joint, sucked up into the end grain and decays both the cill and the bottom of...

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