wooden windows draught excluder strips

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by DEREKALC, 12 Mar 2005.

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  1. DEREKALC

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    I am trying despararetly to locate some replacment strips as above for my wooden windows, these were purchased new about 20 years ago through I think Travis & Arnold as (Travis & Perkins) were then known.
    The strip has an L shaped body covered with a sponge type covering, the rigid part of the L shape is wedge shaped to be pressed into a groove in the frames and the remaining segment protrudes about 1/4 of an inch or 7cm, looked at end on it resembles a letter \\\"P\\\"

    If anybody out there can help me I would be most grateful.

    Derek Carroll

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    moved as posted in wrong forum
     
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    have a look at www.axminster.co.uk. I cant recall what they class it as, maybe weather strip, draught seal etc, but they definetly sale the stuff in roles
     
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    new id done a similar post before have a look at this

     

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