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Having draught strips installed 

You are looking for a way to protect your doors and windows from drafts. Installing draught strips is a good solution. Draft Strips are thin strips that you place on the inside of your doors and windows. They prevent air from flowing through the cracks, thus insulating your home better.

The advantage of installing draught strips is that they help you insulate your home better. This allows you to save energy and make your home more comfortable. In addition, it is a relatively inexpensive way to insulate your home.

Installing draft strips is a job you can do yourself. All you need for this is some draft strips and a pair of scissors. You can buy the strips at a hardware store or online. The cost depends on how many strips you need.

The disadvantage of installing draft strips is that it is a time-consuming job. You have to place the strips in exactly the right places to get the best results. If you have no experience with this, it is better to hire a professional. The cost of this depends on the size of your house.

How do you choose the right draught strips?

There are a number of things to consider when choosing draft excluders:

  1. Type of door or window: The type of door or window you want to put the draught strip on will determine which draught strip you need. There are draught strips available for wooden, metal and PVC doors and windows, for example. Choose a draft strip suitable for the material of your door or window.
  2. Dimensions: Measure the dimensions of the door or window you want to place the draft strip on so you can choose the right size. Also check that the draught strip is long enough to seal the entire door or window.
  3. Type of draft strip: There are different types of draft strips available, such as compression strips, self-adhesive strips and magnetic strips. Compression strips are placed in a special U-shaped groove in the door or window and provide a tight seal. Self-adhesive strips are easy to install and remove, but may not seal as firmly. Magnetic strips are suitable for metal doors and windows and work through magnetic force.
  4. Quality: Draft strips can be made of different materials, such as rubber, cork, nylon and polyethylene. Choose a good quality draught strip that will last a long time and seal well.
  5. Price: Draft strips are available in different price ranges. Consider how much you are willing to pay for a draft strip and find one that fits within your budget without compromising too much on quality and sealing.

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