Keeping the temperature regulated inside your home is incredibly important for a number of different reasons. First, and on the most basic level, it makes you comfortable. As well as that, not being too hot or cold also means you and your family will stay healthier and spend less on expensive utility bills from unnecessarily heating or cooling the house.
Despite it being so important, few people consider it until things go wrong. We ignore the fundamentals of insulation and how it works and don’t even think about how to efficiently keep our home’s temperature stable. That’s why, unless you’re in the construction industry, chances are you’ve never heard of thermal breaks or bridges.
Did you know, for example, that even something as commonplace as your house’s wooden frame could be to blame for you being cold all the time? Or that your windows and doors are culprits, too, even when they’re closed? And that simple, smart design decisions could fix those problems?
Welcome to the world of thermal breaks. If you need a primer on this fundamental subject, have a look at this infographic. If you need a door that won’t ever let you down, always choose Universal Iron Doors.