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Your Complete Guide to Draught Proofing

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Draughts are never a good sign. They allow in cold air to your home and let the warm air, from the heating you’re spending a ton of money on, escape. Preventing draughts and therefore saving money is one of the simplest tasks you can do to stay warm this winter.

Checking for draughts is easy and doesn’t have to cost you a penny. Walk around your house or building, focusing on external windows and doors, carrying a candle, when the flame is flickering, you’ve found your draught. Be careful though, not all airflow is bad. Constant ventilation is needed to ensure fresh air is flowing throughout the building.

Older double and singled glazed windows are the main sources where draught-proofing is needed. The accumulated draft from every window in your house can account for huge amounts of energy loss. After locating the area that requires draught-proofing, there are a few methods to consider. However, if you’re not looking for a DIY method, here’s why IWP Dansk are the best option you’re your draught-proofing needs.

With over 30 years of experience in repairing, restoring, draught-proofing and upgrading sash windows, we can do everything from 1960s clasp windows to 400 year old listed buildings. Working in a variety of public and private commercial sectors, there’s no draught issue we can’t resolve.

Our specialist team are able to quickly identify where your draughts are, and find the most effective way to seal them. With our bespoke joinery shop we are able to craft bespoke windows and frames to ensure draughts are no longer an issue.

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