Now is the time to start getting prepared, seal up your docks and doors before this winter of extreme weather hits. 

During this winter, a wide variety of extreme weather is expected across Canada. Western Canada can expect severe colds, especially during January and February. While from Ontario to the Maritimes will have more active storms that will bring above-average snow and even rain.

Here are three tips on how to seal up your docks and doors before this extreme weather hits.

1.

Stay Protected from the Winter Weather and Rodents

Rodent-proof Xcluder weather seals provide protection against pests, insects, winds, snow and rain.

Improve energy efficiency by using a weather seal to keep exterior air out from the interior.

Xcluder Rodent-Proof Weather Seal

2.

Reduce Your Energy Bills and Stop Snow

A proper dock seal can reduce your energy bill by keeping the cold winter air out from the interior. As a result, employees can stay happy and warm throughout the winter.

Upgrade to a Rain-Stop dock canopy to stop snow from rolling off the tops of trailers and onto your docks.

Dock Seals
Rain-Stop
Energy rebates available

Energy Rebates Available – Save Up to $1,650* on Dock Seals & Shelters

To discover your eligible energy rebates and annual energy savings
Book a Free Energy Audit
 

*Rebates based on local utility suppliers. Contact us for full details.

3.

Seal Up to 90% of Outside Air

Air curtains create a 90% seal on open doorways to create an environmental separation between warm inside air and cold outside air.

Save money on your heating costs this winter while keeping your employees warm.

Air Curtains
Energy rebates available

Energy Rebates Available – Save Up to $8,750* on Air Curtains

To discover your eligible energy rebates and annual energy savings
Book a Free Energy Audit
 

*Rebates based on local utility suppliers. Contact us for full details.

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