Does your inspector use a thermal image camera at the time of inspection?
Winter maintenance reminders: today’s tip is on weatherstripping.
Check the condition of current weatherstripping for signs of wear, tears, or damage. Replace any worn-out weatherstripping to ensure adequate insulation.
Assess for visible daylight/ gaps around windows and doors where air might infiltrate.
For complex installations or if you need help with the suitable material to use, consider hiring a trained professional.
Weatherstripping may degrade over time. Important to complete regular checks and maintenance to address any wear or tear, especially before the winter season.
Weatherstripping is crucial for winter preparation as it helps seal gaps around the doors and windows, preventing cold air drafts and heat loss. Properly prepared windows and doors enhance energy efficiency, reduce heating costs and create a more comfortable indoor environment during the colder months.