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A guide to residential garage door insulation

A guide to residential garage door insulation

Insulating your garage door is never a bad idea. Insulating your garage door will keep the outside from getting in to your home’s HVAC system. Insulation is a great feature to add to a garage door design. If you already have an uninsulated garage, you don’t have to have it replaced. There are kits that you can purchase to insulate your garage. You can also have us do it, it’s a specialty of ours.

The following are some options for residential garage door insulation:

  • The advantages of rigid foam are its lightweight, thinness, and affordability
  • The advantages of spray foam are that it is expensive, high-performance, and resistant to mold and pests
  • The most common type of residential garage door insulation is fiberglass, which is lightweight but heavy.
  • A radiant barrier is not technically insulation, but it is very affordable, and it serves to reflect the heat away from the door.
  • Fiberglass and cellulose are similar natural materials

A professional in garage and exterior door repair and maintenance is a great idea. They can give you the best advice based on cost, weight, R-value, and other factors.

Mike Garage Door Repair is the best place to call (970) 682-3353 for immediate service and repair. Our highly skilled experts are always available for you to get repaired your commercial garage doors immediately.

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