Like any other part of the home, doors can be insulated and draught-proofed to prevent heat from escaping which ultimately will help reduce your energy bills.

Tips when insulating your doors

  • Choose the appropriate door sweeps and thresholds for the bottom of the doors.
  • Insulate the entire door
  • Always try to use one continuous strip along each side.
  • Make sure the insulation meets tightly at the corners.
  • Use a thickness that causes the insulation to press tightly between the door and the door frame when the door closes.

Don’t forget to insulate your garage door too, this is especially important if your garage is attached to the rest of your house, whereby it can quickly drop the temperature within the rest of the home on a cold winters day.

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