Stay warm this winter with a Cinch Weatherization Door Seal for your windiest door at home. In the past my family and I have used blankets to keep our house warm. We drape these blankets over the railings on our staircases and near our large windows and doors. We also have thick curtains to help keep warm air inside our home. While it may not be the most attractive or convenient way to keep our house warm, it does seem to work. We are looking forward to trying our own Cinch Door Seal. What are some ways that you do-it-yourself to trap warm air in your home?
Local Indianapolis FREE Event:
Learn how to save money on your heating bill with a free hands-on demo and Q&A throughout the fall. Please bring photos of your doors and windows and an overall dimension of your attic space. There will be information on insulation (blown and roll and the differences), caulking (and caulk guns) and an aluminum door seal by Cinch Door Seal. The clinic will take place at Lowe’s 6002 North Rural Street on November 10 & 17 and December 8, 2012 from 11:00AM – 4:00PM.
Each person in attendance will receive a weatherization booklet in addition to the free advice.
Now three lucky BargainBriana readers will have a chance to win a Cinch Weatherization Door Seal of their own! Choose from colors: white, silver, or brown. I chose the brown and am very excited to see how this works out!
How to Win?
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Winner will be chosen by random. Be sure firstname.lastname@example.org is in your safe sender list as you don’t want to miss the email if you are the chosen winner. U.S. Entries only. Alternate entry: Mail a postcard with the giveaway you are entering along with your name, address, and email to PO Box 14, Tipton, IN 46072.
**Please note: The companies have 6-8 weeks to ship prizes.