Does draught proofing reduce the amount of noise from outside?

Does draught proofing reduce the amount of noise from outside?

Yes. Sealing your windows and doors using weather strips will reduce sounds coming in from outside.
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      This depends on the type of draught proofing; some types of draught proofing may need replacing every few years, for example the stick-on strips.