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Sealing the house isn’t always enough.
Whether you need replacements or refinishing, the challenge will be getting the color to match the other cabinets.
Sending it away for repair is an option, but that’s expensive. Here’s how to do it yourself.
Blame the normal settling of the house, or maybe the 2011 earthquake.
An awning or similar structure will do the trick, but it won’t be cheap.
Make sure there are no gaps between the sweep and the weatherstripping on both sides.
Use the proper screws and a hanger that can support the weight.
A patch can make the prized surface look like new.
Change your plants, use pots or waterproof the inside of the boxes.