I don’t mind the winter cold, really. Especially when it’s nice and warm inside. I’m not a big fan of drafty doors or windows, though. Or high heating bills. You, either?
If you’ve been looking for a way to seal out the cold and weather-proof your door, you’ll want to know about Cinch Door Seals. Cinch is peel-and-stick aluminum stripping – it uses 3M adhesive technology, so you know it’ll stay put. Cinch strips are available in white, brown or silver to blend in with any door frame.
All you need to do is measure your door frame, use a hack saw to cut the strips to size and secure into place. It’s a simple DIY project that costs around $30 and takes only 15 minutes – but it could save you far more in energy bills this winter!
Free Energy Savings Clinics
Learn how to save money on your heating bill with a free hands-on demo. Attend the weatherization clinic at the Home Depot, 660 W. 12 Mile Rd., in Madison Heights. Times are noon to 4 p.m. the weekends of November 10 and 17 and December 8. Everyone who attends receives a free weatherization guide and coupons, with a demo on Cinch Door Seal and other weatherization DIY projects that are easy to do.
Enter to Win a Cinch Door Seal Kit!
THREE randomly selected Bargains to Bounty readers will win:
- Cinch Door Seals in winner’s choice of white, brown or silver – includes top, sides and bottom strips to weatherstrip a full door ($30 retail value)
To enter, please leave one comment on this post, answering the following question:
What do you do to prepare your door or home for winter?
Entries will be accepted through November 14 at noon EST. The winners will be randomly selected and notified via email to claim their prizes.