Draught Excluder for Windows

Windows are often significant weak spots in the insulation of houses and apartments. Especially in old houses, the smallest gap in the window frame can make them in-efficient in keeping the warmth in leading to unnecessary energy costs. With our self-adhesive tesamoll® draught excluders and window insulation film, you can quickly and easily save energy. Our rubber seals, foam seals and profiles make sure cold air stays outside and warm air inside and our window insulation films act as an additional pane of glass. That way, the radiators or heaters don’t have to work so hard to create a warm living space with pleasant temperatures

Many windows let cold draughts in

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If you’d like to save on energy and heating costs, you should take a closer look at your roof, walls, doors, radiators and windows. While there’s often some room for improvement in roofs and walls with regard to heat insulation, doors and windows also create high energy losses that can often be avoided with several insulation solutions. Sometimes draughts that get through gaps and cracks in windows and door frames are the reasons for wasted energy. Other times, the window panes are at fault for poor energy ratings. But we’ve also got a solution for that problem. Cold protection film enables you to quickly insulate your window panes. All products have a long lifespan and can be mounted comfortably. Insulating windows really is quick and simple with the tesamoll® draught excluder range.

tesamoll Sealing Tape Universal PUR Foam, 6mx9mmx5mm, blister card
tesaMoll® Rubber Profiles can be Used for Doors too
tesamoll Sealing Tape Universal PUR Foam, 6mx9mmx5mm, blister card
tesaMoll® Draught Excluders are Self Adhesive and Easy to Use
tesamoll Thermo Cover Foil, 1,7mx1,5m, hanging folding box
tesaMoll® Thermo Cover Acts as a Second Pane of Glass
tesamoll Sealing Tape P-Profile, 6mx9mmx5mm, blister cardboard
Blocking Gaps can Save Energy Bills