According to the National Association of Home Builders, there are more than 7 million cabins, cottages and camps in the United States. If you own one of them, you know when it’s time to prepare for keeping the winter wind out.
Did you know that a good seal on windows and doors helps fight hot and cold climate changes? By weather proofing gaps in your window and door moldings, you help stop hot and cold air flow from coming inside your home at the wrong times of the year.
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