The garage is usually the largest uninsulated space in the home. As a result, it is a major area of heat loss, which has a knock-on effect on the house as a whole.
Buying an insulated garage door can help you save money on your heating bill and it can also help to reduce your family’s carbon footprint and can increase the value of your home.
Insulated garage doors have durable steel skins and weather seals to withstand even the harshest weather conditions. Thick, dense insulation, such as polyurethane, is typically used, which is extremely efficient at retaining heat. It also helps protect against moisture and mould.
Insulated Sectional Doors
Sectional doors, so called because they are made up of several different panels, can prove very efficient when insulated.
Thicker than insulated roller doors, sectional doors are an effective barrier to the elements and also are extremely secure, making it exceptionally difficult for anyone attempting to force entry through your garage.
Sectional doors can also be designed to suit your individual style. Adding safety glass windows not only enhances the overall look of your door, it also allows the light to enter your garage making it a brighter space without compromising the security aspect.
Insulated Roller Doors
Insulated Roller doors roll up vertically meaning you can drive straight up to the door, rather than parking a distance away before opening the door.
All of our insulated roller doors are automated. This makes it perfect for those who would struggle with manually operated doors as they are operated using a remote control. There are also no handles or keyholes to compromise, making them very secure.
As well as increasing your home’s resale value, an insulated garage would allow you to use your space more effectively.
Article kindly contributed by Garage Door Systems