- Use weatherstripping. Easy to purchase at any home supply store, and easy to install.
- Install new sweeps. These are the metal or plastic pieces at the bottom of your door. You can find replacements at any home supply store. A wood sweep can be painted or stained to match your door.
- Use foam tape. If your door doesn’t have a snug fit, foam tape is a great insulator.
- Apply rigid foam insulation. This is a higher-level job and may require a contractor’s help, but will make a long-term difference in your home’s warmth.
- Apply window film. This plastic-wrap type film seals your windows and helps keep out any stray drafts!
- Hang insulated curtains. If you’re looking for a quick fix that can also be decorative, insulated curtains are the way to go. These heavier-weight curtains help retain heat in your home, but keep in mind that they are most effective when they are closed.
- Use a door snake. These weighted fabric tubes help control drafts coming from the bottom of your doors. Even a rolled up heavy weight towel can serve as a door snake if necessary!
- Re-caulk your doors and windows. This tip requires a bit of advance planning and skill, but easy-to-use caulking is available at most home supply stores.
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http://sweaty-yeti.ca/gear-review-petzl-tikka/ (Article based on information from local contractor Jeff Morton and simplemost.com)