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woodman369
insulating recepticles in outside walls

I was watching an ATOH show over the past year or so and saw Tom or George use a solid piece of some material with slots for electical outlets that caused cold air to be blocked from coming into a room and thus lowering the temperature in the room. I have several leaky ones that I would like some help with "closing the gap." Has anyone seen that product and know where I might get some? Or do any of you have any other ideas for me? I would appreciate all the help I can get and will return the favor.

Woody

canuk
Re: insulating recepticles in outside walls

You can purchase inexpensive outlet and switch cover foam gaskets pretty much anywhere .

link for some information....
http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=pg&p=/Energy/conserv_leaks#plu

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