Prepare Your Home for Winter By Sealing Drafty Central Air Conditioner Vents

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Battic Door Energy Conservation introduces the A-C Draftshield, a reusable cover that seals off central air conditioner vents preventing valuable heat from escaping through the vents. During the winter heating season, homeowners with uncovered central air conditioning vents can spend $200 or more in unnecessary heating costs that could be saved with A-C DraftShields central air conditioning vent covers.

Central Air Conditioning Vent and Grille Covers Save Energy

Central Air Conditioning Vent and Grille Covers Save Energy

During the winter heating season, homeowners with uncovered central air conditioning vents spend more than $200 in unnecessary heating costs that could be saved with A-C DraftShields central AC vent covers.

Prepare the home for winter by sealing the drafty central air conditioner vents.

Heat loss can be reduced considerably by sealing the central air conditioner vents, preventing valuable heat from escaping through the vents.

Battic Door Energy Conservation introduces the A-C Draftshield, a reusable cover that seals off central air conditioner vents preventing drafts and energy loss. The A-C Draftshield is a clear plastic cover with a rubber gasket installed around the edge. A bungee cord is included to secure it tightly over the central air conditioner vent.

To install the A-C Draftshield, hook the bungee cord to the central air conditioner vent grill and secure the cover in place. Pull the bungee cord tight and set the cord lock.

A-C Draftshields are transparent and barely noticeable when installed. They leave no mark or damage to your ceiling and are easily removed when desired. A-C Draftshields are available in several sizes to fit most central air conditioning vents and return grilles.

Use the A-C Draftshield to prepare a home for winter. Use it all year long to seal off the heating and air conditioning to unused rooms, reducing energy use.

During the winter heating season, homeowners with uncovered central air conditioning vents can spend $200 or more in unnecessary heating costs that could be saved by installing A-C DraftShield central air conditioning vent covers. Simply closing the louvers in your grilles will not stop airflow and associated heat loss because the louvers do not provide an air-tight seal.

A-C DraftShield covers are designed to prevent heat loss, conserve energy, and save money by covering central air-conditioning vents. A-C DraftShield covers prevent icy drafts from entering the room through open vents; block cold drafts; prevent moisture from entering your AC system; inhibit the growth of mold and mildew; and keep the home comfortably warm.

A-C DraftShield central air vent covers are available for all standard-sized central air conditioning vents, including round vents, and can be mounted on walls or ceilings in seconds without any tools.

Models include:

CA1212: Fits grilles up to 12"L x 12"W x 2" D. Inside dimensions: 12"x12"; outside dimensions: 13.5"x13.5"

CA1414: Fits grilles up to 14"L x 14"W x 2" D. Inside dimensions: 14"x14"; outside dimensions: 15.5"X15.5"

CA1508: Fits grilles up to 15"L x 8"W x 2" D. Inside dimensions: 15"x8"; outside dimensions: 17.5"x10.25"

CA1608: Fits grilles up to 16"L x 8"W x 2" D. Inside dimensions: 16"x8"; outside dimensions: 18.5"x10.25"

CA2424: Fits grilles up to 24"L x 24"W x 2" D. 24" covers are useful for air conditioner return grilles, and commercial ducts with large grilles.

Also now available are Electrical Outlet Covers. This is another excellent product to stop drafts from entering the home through electrical outlets. Outlet covers make the home energy efficient and more comfortable on those cold winter nights. Outlet covers will save money, stop drafts, improve the comfort of the home, and can pay for themselves within 3 months of use.

A-C DraftShield Covers are available right now. Visit the Online Store and place an order and enjoy a warm, cozy winter. Tell friends and family, and share the warmth of a winter without drafts. Order today!

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