by Sandy Jarvis
(Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)
There might be small crevices and cracks around your windows and your doors.
There are small spaces and holes where air can flow in and flow out.
Did you know that you could regulate airflow and the temperature inside your house by filling in those cracks, crevices and small holes in your doors and windows?
That is the exact function of weather stripping. Weather stripping closes gaps produced by spaces in windows and doors.
Thus, there won’t be much air and temperature leakage.
If you are planning to install weather stripping at your doors and windows, contact professionals who can do so more effectively and point out other ways to conserve energy.
If you prefer you can do it yourself.
Replacing and installing weather stripping is made easier nowadays with the ready made and easy to install weather stripping for doors and windows.
There are those that just have to be pasted or attached so it won’t be a big hassle for you.
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