Carter's Grove. Credit: Dennis Hockman.

Posted on: July 26th, 2012 by presnation No Comments

Repairable buckling, splitting, and cracking of original interior paneling  was the result of wood shrinking and expanding because of wide interior temperature and humidity fluctuations during the period of time when the environmental control system was inoperable.  Damage was, in some cases, exacerbated by water infiltration from the roof or exterior walls.

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