Upgrade your draughty
windows for new double glazing and you'll not only improve the appearance of your house but get cheaper energy bills, too
Another big job is making your home's windows less draughty
and more energy efficient, especially if you live in a period property that has the original windows.
Madge Arwell and her two children, Lily and Cyril, are evacuated to a draughty
old house in Dorset where the caretaker is a mysterious young man in bow tie.
It seems ant i-capitalist protests don't include sleeping out on a cold, draughty
pavement outside St Paul's Cathedral.
The bus shelter is extremely draughty
, invariable wet and completely inhospitable.
Most residents of Billingham would have liked it all under cover, like Hartlepool, as it is a very cold and draughty
place even in the summer.
He might have a tummy upset or a chest infection, so make sure his cage is not in a draughty
place and check if he is actually eating his food and isn't piling it up in his den.
Retired accountant Margaret Boschi, 73, has been treading the boards since a child, performing in draughty
village halls to scant audiences.
Retired accountant Margaret Boschi, aged 73, has been treading the boards since the age of eight, performing in draughty
This week's crush Iam old enough to remember when these phones weren't retro or cool, they were just the only telephone in the house, and sat in a draughty
hallway, waiting to ring.
Puzzled and cold my son and I huddled together in a draughty
shelter waiting for a third bus to arrive while wondering why in this day and age we were having to do so.
The council's choice offers us yet another wide open, draughty
spot in an already draughty
end of town.