Draught Dodgers for Casement/Awning Windows
Block Draughts From Your Windows FOREVER.
Ventilation is good… not until it destroys the balance in your indoor temperature and becomes uncontrollable! Stop draughts from stealing your thermal comfort by draught proofing your casement/awning windows with ecoMaster’s Draught Dodgers!
Acting both as an acoustic and draught seal, this high-quality sealing solution lasts for the lifetime of your home. They work hard in blocking the air leaks around your windows to keep you comfortable in summer and winter without the need for extra air conditioning.
How it Works:
Draught Dodgers stop draughts entering your home from around the edge of awning or casement windows. The kit is fitted so that the compression seal presses lightly against the window as it is closed. This creates an airtight seal around the entire perimeter of your window.
Fix your draughty windows with the world’s award-winning solution!
- Three (3) Draught Dodger mouldings each 2.4m long
- Each moulding is 15mm wide x 10mm thick with self-adhesive strip
- With black mini compression seal fitted to each molding
They are a self adhesive, 15mm x 10mm timber carrier fitted with a high quality, black, mini compression seal. This product is easily cut to size during installation to fit your windows perfectly.
- Reduces draughts
- Works to reduce noise
- Works well on uneven gaps and up to 10mm gaps
- Does not interfere with window operation
- Can be painted or stained to match existing joinery
- Compression seal gently meets the face of the window frame, preventing strain on the winding mechanism
- Architectural quality
- Durable from sustainably harvested timber
- Award winning Australian invention
Tools You Will Need For Installation:
- Measuring tape
- Casement windows (some)
- Push out windows
- Wind-out windows
- Tilt out windows
- Barn door windows
Watch this video to learn how Draught Dodgers work on awning windows:
If you’re keen on doing DIY installations, here’s an installation instruction by ecoMaster’s Chief Technical Officer, Maurice Beinat.