Weatherstripping doors is something that is necessary to increase efficiency with your heating and cooling systems. Without it, the weather outside will penetrate around the outside of the door. Felt is one of the most popular materials used in this application. Here are a few pros and cons associated with felt weatherstripping.
Felt weatherstripping is one of the least expensive materials that you can buy for the edge of your doors. It is readily available at a number of stores and it can save you some money compared to other forms of weatherstripping.
Felt also provides you with a very simple installation process. You can cut it with a utility knife and then put it in place. You can then nail it into the door frame very quickly.
Compared to other types of weatherstripping, it does not last as long as others. It is not durable and can be damaged easily. Therefore, you may have to replace it often.
It is also not as effective as other weatherstripping when it comes to preventing airflow from coming in from the outside. It is also not good at preventing moisture from coming in from the outside.