I had new doors installed in the basement. The contractor had a heck of a time levelling the doors since he said the wall frames were over an inch out. He didn't fix the wall frame, he just removed drywall at the bottom of the door frame and added extra wood at the top. It looks ugly but the door is straight. Not quite sure if this was the correct was to attack it.
The bathroom door has maybe a 1/4" gap under it. The bottom of the furnace door is crooked - maybe 1/2" on one side and 1/4" on the other. Is this ok? I don't want to have to fix the entire wall.
Is it normal for the walls to get so out of whack?
If a forced-air furnace, the 3/4-1" gap under the door serves as the return air path, I believe......
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17,000 dryer fires a year, when did you last clean the inside of the dryer near motor or the exhaust ducting?