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worktops

06:51AM | 11/20/13
Member Since: 06/24/13
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My house sits on top of a garage. At the beck theres some steps up to a low doorway that leads into the front room. We get a cold draught blowing from underneath the door and despite piling draught excluders over the gap its still pretty cold.

Ive tried fitting a curtain to the back of the door but due to the narrow stairwell and slanting roof it makes using a tension rod near impossible.

Anyone got any tips?

Duane, Moderator

09:01PM | 11/21/13
Member Since: 11/14/13
87 lifetime posts
If you can see light between the bottom of the door and the threshold you will need to install a weather stripping or a door sweep, either one can be found in a hardware store. If you do not have a storm door I would suggest you invest in one as well.

Thanks,
Duane
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