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A guide to keeping your house warm in winter

A guide to keeping your house warm in winter  With winter just around the corner, our heating and energy bills tend to go up as we compensate for the temperature drops and the days get shorter. With that in mind, you could save a substantial amount of money that would usually go on your energy bill, simply by ensuring that your home is well insulated. This will ensure that as much heat as possible is retained within your home’s walls. So what’s the best way to go about this? Let’s explore a few options. Doors and windows Doors and windows provide one of the easiest ways for heat to escape your home, so one of the easiest ways to prevent this is to ensure that the frames of your windows and doors are sufficiently insulated, leaving no gaps or cracks in and around the frame. This can be achieved through the use of threshold seals and weatherstrips. Weatherstrips are flexible silicone which, when combined with an adhesive, can be installed around the door or window frame, ensuring a tight