The cool nip of winter is setting in and it’s time to “winter-proof” the house. For many, this includes checking the furnace, putting plastic on the windows, and making sure everything in the yard is put away until spring.
What many people don’t realize is just how much cold air comes into your home from underneath your door. Whether its cold drafts coming in from outside, or heat escaping a poorly insulated room, we’ll show you here the benefits of using Everlasting Comfort’s Door Draft Stopper.
What It Does
The Everlasting Comfort Door Draft Stopper is an effective and easy way to keep unwanted cold air out of your home.
When slid underneath your door, the thick premium memory foam insulation on the inside of the door stopper acts as a heavy barrier to the cold air, allowing nothing through.
Once installed the Everlasting Comfort Door Draft Stopper blocks cold drafts, unwanted light, noise, and more from entering your home or room.
How Does It Work?
The Everlasting Comfort Door Draft Stopper is extremely easy to use. It comes in a single length that can be trimmed and cut to length to fit any space or door size that you might encounter from 30-inch doors all the way up to 36-inch-wide doors.
In addition to fitting the stopper to width, the memory foam tube can also be customized to any height your gap might be up to 1.5 inches high.
Once cut to size, it simply slides underneath the door with the foam insulation on each side of the door it is installed under. Once installed this insulation keeps cold air and unwanted light and noise out so you can be comfortable wherever you are.
The nice thing about the Door Draft Stopper is the fact that it’s completely safe for any floor covering you might have in your house. It will not damage the floor in any fashion whether is wood, vinyl, or carpet, you can rest easy knowing that it will not scratch or rip up your floor covering.
How Does It Hold Up?
Now that we’ve talked about what the Everlast Comfort Door Draft Stopper does, how to install it, and how it works, let’s take a look at how it holds up.
The door stopper is comprised of heavy-duty, wear and tear-resistant material that will give you years of use without coming apart. Sturdy Velcro seals keep everything together nicely. There’s no need to worry about wearing it out, even on the most frequently used doors.
The door stopper cover is machine washable so you can keep your living space nice and clean, without a lot of hassle. Just take it off, remove the foam tubes, throw it in the wash every so often, and reinstall and you’re good to go.
What Are Some Other Uses?
While the primary use of the Everlasting Comfort Door Draft Stopper is to keep cool air from penetrating your living space, it also has a myriad of other uses that you might find handy.
This door stopper is really designed to be used all year long. In the summer months when the mercury rises and you have the air conditioner cranked up, the door stopper will prevent the cold air from leaking out from under your doors. This will allow your AC to run less, and be more energy-efficient, not only keeping you cool but also saving you money on your energy bill.
In the wintertime, the same can be said for keeping the heat in and the cold air out. This has the same effect on your comfort and pocketbook by keeping your furnace from running day and night.
Some other ways the door draft stopper can come in handy is keeping light out, unwanted odors, smoke, dust, and even pesky insects that penetrate your home from underneath the door.
The benefits of the Everlasting Comfort Door Draft Stopper are nearly endless, all in a price package that won’t make you cringe.
Even though you might think you have your bases covered this winter, you still might be overlooking the fact that one of the main sources of cold drafts coming into your home is from underneath the door.
With the Everlasting Comfort Door Draft Stopper, you’ll put an end to the chilling drafts and inflated energy costs that come with them. Try one today, you’ll breeze through winter easily and save a little cash in the meantime.