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Hi to everybody.

On last october my wife and I went to Perú to have a meeting with our minor son who flew from Chile to joint with us. Then we went to Colombia for several days.

After comeback, my compadre asked to me to repair three doors of his son´s apartment who is an expatriate and wants to rent it. Local carpenters are asking for very high prices for this job just for the labor, no materials or consumables were included, so I took the challenge.

The pictures tell more than a thousand words. The job was finished on time to receive the new renter.
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Alexis...excellent planning and execution..

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Very nice Alexis. Those doors should stand up well.
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What they all said Alexis.

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Nice job, Alexis. I guess the grooves in the bottom wood are to let moisture out?

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Nice job, Alexis. I guess the grooves in the bottom wood are to let moisture out?
The grooves are to compensate the wood movements caused by the different environmental conditions in the rooms. They are also to keep the door frame balanced during the glueing process.
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