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Overhead Door Insulation


You might not think that the insulation, or lack thereof, of your garage door can have a strong bearing on your home’s energy costs. Sure, it can directly affect the conditions inside the garage itself, but what data supports the fact that it can alter your home heating or air conditioning costs? Well, surely, you could contrast your own power costs, but this can’t give you completely isolated factors. But there is a measurement, called R-Value, that can remedy this situation. R-Value is the baseline measurement of thermal resistance, and is largely used in the building, construction, and other businesses where heat flow can translate into thousands of dollars of costs that are literally headed out of the garage door.

The chemical properties and thickness of your overhead door insulation McDonough can give you a higher, more coveted R-Value. If you have pondered getting or replacing the insulated garage doors for your business, or even your residence, then we would love you to consider consulting with the experts from First Choice Garage Doors. Our professional service professionals can help you navigate the potentially confusing process of selecting and installing insulated garage doors.

First Choice Garage Doors offers all types of Garage Insulation!

Your residential or commercial garage is probably prone to temperature changes, based largely on the number of times that your door will be raised and lowered throughout the day. An attached garage door will likely share one or more common walls with the rest of the house. So even if your garage door doesn’t really endure much raising and lowering throughout the course of a day, a poorly insulated garage door can wreak havoc on your home or businesses heating and cooling costs. Improving your overhead door insulation can save your home or business hundreds, even thousands of dollars in climate control expenses.

If you have an unattached garage, it may not seem as imperative to have a well-insulated door. However, if you plan to have ANY kind of functional activity in your free-standing garage, or if you desire to protect the precious cargo you have inside, you will definitely want to look into overhead door insulation McDonough. So should you go with Polystyrene or Polyurethane? What level of R-Value do you really need? What about the thickness of the material? What about the structure of the door? What about the integrity of the door itself? All these items will have bearing on your insulated garage door’s ability to actually insulate your garage, business, or home. The choices can be overwhelming! But you don’t have to face these decisions alone!

Regardless what kind of garage door you would like installed, or how big of a job, First Choice Garage Doors will be there to help! Honest, professional, friendly service with reasonable pricing, fully insured craftsmanship, and quick response time is what you get with First Choice Garage Doors!

Give us a call or email us, today!