Wooden doors are made from natural materials, which are sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity. As the temperature and humidity in the environment change, the wood in the door will expand or contract accordingly.
When the air is humid, the wood in the door will absorb moisture and expand. This can cause the door to become tight in its frame and difficult to open and close. Conversely, when the air is dry, the wood in the door will release moisture and shrink, which can cause gaps to appear around the door and make it more difficult to insulate your home.
The degree to which a wooden door expands and contracts will depend on several factors, including the type of wood used, how the door was constructed, and the environment in which it is installed. For example, doors made from softwoods like pine or cedar will generally expand and contract more than doors made from hardwoods like oak or maple.
To minimize the effects of expansion and contraction, it is important to choose a door that is well-constructed and designed to handle changes in temperature and humidity. Additionally, you can take steps to control the environment in which the door is installed, such as using a dehumidifier or installing weatherstripping to prevent drafts and moisture from entering your home.
ChatGPT, 19 April, AskAI, https://app.adjust.com/3bipw7n