draught-proof

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draught-proof

draft-proof (US) [ˈdrɑːftpruːf] ADJa prueba de corrientes de aire
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The statement said: "The porch has decayed badly and despite ongoing repairs, which have included covering the timber work with brown paint, looks unsightly, is not draught-proof, is cold and damp, has a generally dismal appearance and is unwelcoming.
Professionals can draught-proof your home at a cost of around PS200, but it's often easy and much cheaper to do it yourself.
Bear in mind though, original sash windows are notoriously draughty, and you may prefer to get a pro to draught-proof and refurbish them more thoroughly.
To draught-proof your home you should block up unwanted gaps that let cold air in and warm air out.
WASH greenhouse glass inside and out, then insulate with bubble polythene to create a draught-proof, cosy atmosphere for growing summer bedding and vegetables from seed.
Draught-proof windows and doors to reduce heating costs.
HOW-TO TIP To learn how to draught-proof windows and make your home warmer, watch B&Q's video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMMcvFqa4Cs PRODUCT OF THE WEEK Warm (ish), sunny days are few and far between at the moment and if you have exterior wood to colour and protect against the elements, you need Ronseal Quick Drying Woodstain (from PS7.34 for 250ml, B&Q).
One of the best ways to save on energy and improve your own comfort is to draught-proof your home.
A cheap and easy way to save money and heat is to draught-proof your windows and doors.
3WITH the colder nights, ensure the greenhouse is draught-proof and that heaters and autovents work correctly.
* AKING YOUR home more draught-proof is as straightforward as these simple steps, so there is no reason why you can't start cutting down on your energy bills and staying cosy this winter: ?
Draught-proof gaps in windows and doors and repair broken panes.