Close the door?!! *chuckles*
Seriously, is rain coming in underneath the door, or around the frame?
If it is from underneath, perhaps a draft excluder might help.
Otherwise using a sealant between the frame and the wall might do the trick.
If water is coming through the door at all, you have an issue. Two things could happen, you could properly seal the door with weatherstripping or you could install some sort of drainage system outside of the door. A simple french drain system could solve this problem if the water is coming in under the sill and door.
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Do you open a door for others or just yourself? Be honest!Some folks let it slam right in your face!
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