When we moved in our condo, one of the doors had issues closing correctly so we decided to fix it during last autumn. We made it to close perfectly.
It seems the house has moved a lot during this last winter, and now it no longer closes correctly, as if the frame had sheared (the wall at a corner of the door has even cracked).
Now I'd like to fix it correctly (again) once and for all. Taking into consideration that the house moves, I'm wondering when would be the best time of the year to fix it so that it always closes correctly all year-round? When is a house is it's 'most-average-position'?
- The unit is located in the province of Quebec.
- The building is about 15-16 years old.
- We're occupying the 2nd and 3rd floors of a condo block.
- We have a concrete slab that separate us from the owner of the unit on the 1st floor.
- We have a brick wall that separates us from the owner that live on the same floor.
- The unit has been owned by family since its construction, so we know for sure that the wall at that location has never cracked before.