One of the most common comments I make when inspecting a home is one that points out moisture damage at the exterior door jamb. There are typically a couple potential causes for the damage. It is a common issue that can sometimes be repaired without replacing the door. Using materials that resist rot can help minimize further damage as well as installing a storm door. Depending on your skill set and the amount of damage, this might be a project you could do yourself. Sometimes the damage can extend to the sub-floor or rim joist. These conditions are more difficult to address on your own.
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