DIY – How to Install a Draught Excluder

December 20, 2011 § Leave a comment

Can you feel a draught?  Is it coming from the bottom of the door or around it?  Maybe it’s coming from the letterbox?  What about your windows?  Do they move when it’s windy outside?

If the answer is yes, to any of these then you have a problem.  For a start the rooms will feel cold.  This is going to mean you’ll have to turn the heating up.  Turning the heating up means you’re going to be spending more money on your fuel bills.  The result?  You’re still going to feel cold and it’s going to cost you more money.

The simple way to reduce draughts is to install draught excluders.  These are so easy to fit.  You can fit them on the bottoms of doors, on the letterbox, around the door and window frames and all will help enormously to keep your home warm and your fuel bills down.

How do you fit draught excluders?  They are so easy and we’ve written a real handy guide that will help you to get this DIY job done in no time at all…

 

How to Install Draught Excluders

 

For more guides on insulating your home check out our DIY Insulation & Ventilation section.

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