Feeling the wind blow through your windows and doors is a pain. You rely on them to keep out any drafts, so when you notice that there’s one coming in from all sides it can be disheartening! If this has been happening for too long or if they’re letting cold air into the house even after closing up then chances are they need repairing/replacing immediately – but don’t worry because we’ve got some ideas about how to draught-proof windows and doors without spending more money (or doing too much work).
Self adhesive strips
Self-adhesive foam strips are a great option for those who want an affordable, quick installation. Simply peel off the backing tape and stick it in place where you see gaps or cracks on your window frame! Just make sure to get the right size as if the strip is too thick, the window will not close properly. But if it is too small, it will not be effective at preventing the draught.
If you are looking for a quick and easy way to keep the cold air out of your home, draught excluders may be just what you need. Draught excluders can help prevent drafts by creating an effective barrier between the inside of your house and the colder outside environment. They are affordable, durable, and work wonders at keeping those pesky draughty breezes from ruining your day.
New double glazing
The most effective way to fight draughts is by installing new windows with double glazing from a qualified window supplier. Double glazed windows are an affordable and easy way to insulate your home and reduce heating costs all year long, not just during the cold season. So if you want to start saving on your energy bills, consider installing new windows!