The history of draught excluders
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The history of draught excluders

The history of draught excluders can be traced back to ancient Rome, where doors were equipped with thick, heavy curtains to keep out the cold. In medieval Europe, draught excluders were made of materials such as wool, leather, and fur and were used to seal the gaps around doors and windows.

The Best Draught Excluder for Front Door – our top 5
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The Best Draught Excluder for Front Door – our top 5

Introduction Did you know that 25% of the heat lost from an average dwelling is lost through ventilation? In fact, this loss is second only…