Victoria, Australia-based company ecoMaster has launched an eco-friendly draft-proofing solution for sliding doors. The products are applied to sliding doors to seal off unwanted air leakage, which prevents the outdoor temperature from getting in.
More information can be found here: https://www.ecomaster.com.au
Draft-proofing windows and doors can lower energy bills by controlling energy consumption. The solution is inherently eco-friendly as it reduces energy expenditure and increases overall comfort.
The company’s newest draft-proofing solution is the Draft Dodgers for Cavity Sliding Doors Kit, a set of door seals designed to block drafts around cavity sliding doors or pocket doors.
Drafts are often associated with cool air, but in the hot Australian summers a draft of hot air can eliminate the point of air conditioning and make for an uncomfortably hot temperature indoors, resulting in increased energy consumption.
A draft happens when there is uncontrolled air movement in a building, and is often impossible to detect until the homeowner receives their energy bill. Draft-proofing solutions include quality perimeter seals for doors and windows, ceiling exhaust fans, fireplace treatments, walls and vents, architraves and skirting boards.
Other services offered by the company include double glazing windows, under floor insulation, ceiling insulation and wall insulation. ecoMaster is a leading provider of home retrofitting and has been in business since 2003. The company is owned and operated by Maurice and Lyn Beinat, a couple who is passionate about energy efficiency and sustainability.
ecoMaster has developed their own proprietary solutions based on architectural quality, aesthetics, longevity and functionality. The company has received many accolades and awards for their work including the Sustainability Award in 2016 and 2017.
In addition to receiving many awards, they have a proven track record for customer satisfaction. One online review reads, “Compared to this time last year, we are 38% down on gas use and 15% down on electricity use”. Interested parties can find more information and book a home assessment at the link above.
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