Cutting out draughts from older homes

Enjoy a warmer and more comfortable home by following my guide to simple fixes for draughts.

At its most basic, draught-proofing is filling the gaps in a building, where heat escapes and cold air enters. Some people turn up the heating to counteract cold draughts; this warms your home but escaped heating costs you and emits CO2 emission unnecessarily.

A properly draught-proofed and insulated house helps reduce your energy demands and CO2 emissions as well as saving on bills.

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