Top Tips to Prevent Draughts!

Draught proofing is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to save energy and money in the home. Reducing draughts by blocking unwanted gaps that let in cold air means you will use less energy to heat the home.
- For GAPS AROUND INTERNAL DOORS use PVC Foam Draught Excluder

- For WINDOW GAPS use E or P foam draught excluder or flexible shrink double glazing film,

- For LETTERBOX OPENING & KEYHOLE DRAFT use a letterbox draught excluder and cover escutcheon

- For GAPS AROUND EXTERNAL DOORS use a brush threshold strip and/or P or E draught excluder.

The dark nights are creeping in, and with it bringing the cold weather. But with Warmseal keeping homes cosy, no one will need to worry too much about those pesky energy bills.

According to Which? - turning down a thermostat by just one degree in a typical home could save up to £90 a year.

Draught free homes are more comfortable at lower temperatures which means thermostats can be set lower, saving even more on energy bills.

Draughts happen where there are unwanted gaps in the home, particularly around doors and windows.

Draught-Proofing Windows

We have a range of draught-proofing strips to stick around window frames, as well as covering films that mimic the effect of double glazing.

Draught-Proofing Doors

Draught-proofing doors helps reduce heat loss and draughts and only costs a few pounds. The main things to consider are:

Keyholes - Purpose made key covers stop draughts.

Letterbox - Use a letterbox flap to reduce draughts.

Gaps - Both at the bottom of the door and around the edges. It’s also worth using draught-proofing on doors that lead to a room that’s not normally heated to help reduce heat loss.

We have a range of bestselling draught-proofing products, all carefully selected, retail packed and ready to ship.