What Is The Best Way To Draught Proof My Door?
To stop heat escaping your home try draught-proofing your front door or any internal doors. Stop any cold air coming in from the outside. But to be sure, you will want to consider draught-proofing other internal doors, separating cold rooms from warm rooms. Ideally, this will help to prevent cold air circulating between rooms. Draught-proofing is particularly useful for rooms that you don’t heat during the winter months, it could help to reduce energy bills. Furthermore, there are many areas you should consider draught-proofing on your door, including the keyhole, the letterbox and around the door frame.