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How To Draught Proof External Doors

The average uninsulated house loses around 35% of its heat through the walls, 25% through the roof, 25% through draughty doors and windows, and 15% through the floor. Below will inform you how to reduce heat loss through draught proofing external doors.

You can buy different coloured draught excluders to fit to your door or on the floor on your threshold, as well as strips and seals for the door frame. This is ideal as you can draught proof these areas without your door being an eyesore. If you want extra insulation, why not fit a letterbox cover, and a keyhole cover that drops a metal disk over the hole?

Here are our two simple steps on how:

1) . Fit a brush across the bottom of the door on the inside, using the screws provided

2) . Screw a letterbox cover over the inside opening of your letterbox.

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