Draught Proofing Essentials Kit | Draught Dodgers | ecoMaster - FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is this kit?
A: This kit contains high quality draught proofing components to treat 2 standard external doors, two standard internal doors and 3 tubes of Ultra clear to seal gaps and cracks.
Q: Will I still be able to open and close my doors?
A: These products should not prevent your door from its natural function, if you have difficulty in closing your door after installation, then can we humbly suggest that you watch the installation videos in the “How to” tab.
Q: What do I do if the product is faulty?
A: The ecoMaster return policy can be found on the website.
Q: Is there a warranty on this product?
A: ecoMaster products carry a 2 year warranty as long as the product is installed according to our instructions.
Q: Is there a warranty on the installation of the product?
A: As it is a DIY product, we cannot provide an installation warranty as the installation process is out of our control.
Q: Are Draught Dodgers for Doors easy to install?
A: Yes, Draught Dodgers for Doors are so easy to install even a child can do it. We asked 12 year old Daniel to see if he would install them to see if they were “so easy even a child could do it.” Click here.
Q: When might Draught Dodgers not be appropriate?
A: When installing on a single external door here are some things to watch out for:
- 1. If your door is fitted with a doorknob that is very close to the door jamb, the Draught Dodgers may cause difficulty in operating the doorknob. The Draught Dodgers add 11mm to the side of the jamb and this may impinge on the space normally used by your fingers operating the doorknob. If you have a door lever handle this is not a concern.
- 2. In some period homes, there can be an ornate skirting fitted around the bottom of the front door jamb. Draught Dodgers can only butt up to the skirting and cannot be fitted over it.
- 3. Similarly, in such ornate period front door jambs, the top of the door jamb can be a very thin ornate moulding. In this case, the top section of Draught Dodger cannot be fitted to the jamb in the regular way. It can however be fitted to the top face of the door such that the seal presses onto the ornate moulding when the door is closed. This is an effective method however aesthetic considerations may preclude this application.
- 4. If your external door jamb has a screen door stopbead fitted onto it then it's best to check that there is enough space for the Draught Dodgers to fit between the door side of the stopbead and the face of the front door. You will need a minimum of 22mm in order to fit the Draught Dodgers correctly.
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