A little bit of research is all it takes to learn some simple do-it-yourself solutions to make your house more energy efficient and save on that monthly electric bill. Caulk, weather stripping, and window insulation film kits are a few ways you can deal with gaps along windows or door frames.
Many basement windows are steel framed, single panel, drafty, and surrounded by an outside window well. The window well is designed to divert water from heavy rain or melting snow and ice away from the foundation, but they don’t prevent frigid winter air from entering your home. Also, water can still seep through gaps in the window frame causing dampness, mold formation, and damage to your basement and anything that is stored there.
A quick fix to this problem would be to purchase a “generic” plastic window well cover from a home improvement store, but many times they don’t fit snugly and are only temporary…not strong enough to withstand more than one season of harsh weather before they crack or break.
Bill Dilworth and the folks at Dilworth Manufacturing Company offer a more permanent solution to protect your basement windows and outdoor window wells no matter what the season or where you live.
The super strong 3/16” Plexiglas Acrylic material is made to withstand all types of weather. Not only are they durable, but they are custom made to fit the specific measurements of your window wells!
Visit The Window Bubble website at www.windowbubble.com for more information and learn how you can get a free price quote just by taking a few simple measurements! Do you have a question? Call 1-888-624-8699.
Don’t delay! There is still time to winterize before that big storm comes knocking at your door…and windows!
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Dilworth Manufacturing Company
P.O. Box 158
Honey Brook, PA 19344-0158
The Window Bubble