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Should I draught-proof my sash windows?

Asked by Bruce Hamm 1 year ago windows


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The answer to this ultimately comes down to personal choice. If you feel that draught-proofing is worth the time and money, then you should. But to help you make that decision, here are some benefits of draught-proofing your sash windows.

- FinancialDraught-proofing is a way to stop as much heat from escaping from your home. This means that you’ll have to use your central heating system less, which, in turn, will save you money on your gas/electric payments. A lot of people think that draught-proofing offers a return on investment as the amount you can save on heating costs over the years can potentially outweigh the initial cost.
- EnvironmentalReducing your reliance on heating also reduces the amount of energy you use, which is better for the environment.

- ComfortHaving draught-proof sash windows will allow you to feel warmer and more comfortable at home.

If you live somewhere cold, it’s probably worth it - not having draught-proof sash windows in London seems like a bad idea considering how chilly it can get in the winter months!

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