Doors and windows in your home can allow air leaks even when they are closed. Weatherstripping is easy and it can keep energy costs down.
Replacing worn or damaged weather stripping around exterior doors will save money on your energy bills.
May 27, 2010 Eric George of Building Performance Group goes though a step by step process of How To Weatherstrip Your Door
A steady push to the bottom of the jamb with the motor revving finishes the slot on that side. Repeat the process on the opposite side jamb and the head jamb. If the shop vacuum leaves any wood chips in the slot, Tom gently cleans them out with a small screwdriver before he continues to weatherstrip the door.
Expert advice on how to stop exterior door leaks by installing door jamb weatherstripping, and a door shoe or sweep. The products used to seal between a door
View this quick video tip demonstrating how to install weatherstripping on an entry door to keep the cold air out.
V strip, also known as Along the sides of a doublehung or sliding window; on the top and sides of a door. The Essential Guide to Weatherstripping