Why won’t my Summerhouse door close?

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What about this heat?! I know – best we’ve had since 1976.  “When looking at daytime temperatures the UK average for the month was 19.9 C, the same average maximum daytime temperature as in the June of the still talked-about summer of 1976, and placing it joint-second…” (Met Office 2018) So what’s that got to do with your Summerhouse doors? Well, quite a lot actually. This heat is playing havoc with your timber. Timber is a porous, natural living breathing material. This means when we have a prolonged spell of dry, sunny weather it’s only a matter of time before your timber starts to shift. Summerhouse doors are particularly susceptible because they are facing south… with the hottest of the sun …

How to stop your Summerhouse from getting mouldy

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So if there’s a moisture buildup inside your Summerhouse then it is going to be vulnerable to mould and rot buildup internally. You need to make sure that you’re doing the right things to stop that from happening. It’s very straightforward. And it just needs a good air out every now and again. Make sure that you’re painting the outside of the building. And make sure that you’re opening up the windows and the doors periodically to let it get a nice airing right through.