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When it comes to keeping your home warm, avoiding draughts and optimising and sealing your home’s openings is key to ensuring no warmth escapes and no cold air enters your home. We’ve pulled together some of our top ways to make your home energy efficient and keep your house warm in the coming winter months to help save you money on heating bills and extra indoor sweaters.
As one of the UK’s leading stockists of window and door seals, we know that one of the most important ways to keep your home insulated in the winter is to make sure your window seals are performing as they should be. Do a quick check of your window seals around your home to see if they are in need of replacing. You may notice a slight draught coming through the window between the frame and the brickwork. Aside from creating an annoying noise on windy days, this is allowing cold air to enter your home and can mean that your home’s energy efficiency isn’t performing as well as it should. To avoid draughty windows bumping up your heating bills this winter, take a look at our range of window gaskets to fill the gaps in your windows and help insulate your home. Our range of bubble gasket seals, window gasket seals and E gasket seals mean that we have an option to suit any window type.
Your doorways are one of the many key spots in your home to avoid heat loss. Front and back doors can allow draughts to enter your home and lead to a drop in temperature in your house. If you are looking for a way to insulate your doors to stop cold air getting in and to stop warm air leaving your home, a domestic draught excluder could be just the tool you need. Draught excluders can be fitted to your door to stop the passage of air in any gaps there may be around the door frame. Our domestic draught excluders come in a range of smaller sizes to allow the perfect fit for your door and optimise your home’s energy efficiency, keeping your home warmer this winter.
If you would rather your garage space didn’t turn into a freezer during the winter months and steal warmth from your home, invest now in high-performance garage door seals to stop cold air, leaves, damp and pests from entering your garage space through spaces in the door frame. Our garage brush strips, threshold seals and rubber blade garage door seals all help to keep your garage warm in winter and stop draughts from entering your garage. For more ways to stop draughts from entering your garage door, use our multi seal around the vertical sides of the garage door and frame to give an all-round seal that will help insulate your garage against the colder weather as well as rain and damp.