Draught proofing your timber doors is a really effective way of making your home feel warmer and quieter. It’s also one of the simplest, most cost-effective and energy efficient changes you can make to your home, and is perfectly suited to buildings with Grade I and II listing, as draught proofing systems are discreetly housed within the door frame.
A typical external door allows warm air to leak out from your room in a similar way to water leaking from a hose. This means you’re paying to heat air that’s constant escaping from your home – something that’s both expensive and inefficient.
Draught proofing your doors will result in:
- Less rattling of doors during those blustery autumn and winter winds.
- Warmer rooms and reduced heating bills.
- Increased energy efficiency and a reduction in your carbon footprint.
- A significant reduction in outside noise levels.