How to Weatherstrip Your Doors

Take a look at the video below which walks you through how to properly weatherstrip your doors and help you cut down on those unwanted drafts while also making your house more energy efficient in both the summer and winter.

I have a door of the kitchen of my house that might as well not even be there. It leads to a mud room off the garage which is quite possibly the coldest place in our entire house and when you stand next to that door, it’s like being next to a wind tunnel. It has more drafts than the NFL.

I had tried to add weatherstrips to cut down on the draftiness, but turns out I was doing it all wrong. Take a look at the video below which walks you through how to properly weatherstrip your doors and help you cut down on those unwanted drafts while also making your house more energy efficient in both the summer and winter. I can honestly say I’ve put this into practice and it’s made a huge difference.

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David Marine is the Senior Vice President of Marketing for Coldwell Banker where he oversees the brand’s marketing efforts and content strategy including acting as managing editor for the Coldwell Banker blog and heading up video production efforts. While SVP by day, David runs a three ring circus at night as he is the father of 4 boys. He also happens to be married to Wonder Woman. True story.

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