I ordered this reclaimed wood desk a few months back, and at first it looked pretty good. However, as a few weeks went by, I noticed the glue holding the boards together started to fail in many places, as well as a gnarly 10 inch crack growing on the side. From my initial research, this just seems like a moisture issue, but I would expect the boards to already be dried in a kiln or some type of process. Note, the desk was created in hot humid climate and was shipped to the NY Hudson Valley area. I also have forced air heating in the house. I contacted the company and they're not sure why this happened. My question is why did this happen? Is this just bad luck or the result of a manufacturing defect?