How do you insulate cellar doors?

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To insulate cellar doors, enter the cellar during the day and turn off the lights inside having closed the door. Check for cracks using sunlight shines to tell the cold air coming in fill the gap using an adhesive foam insulation tape. Staple the ends and corners of the tape and then cover cellar door with 6-inch thick layer of straw to cater for winter conditions. Metal cellar doors are doors made of metals.
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