How To Insulate A Garage Door
If your garage is too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer, you may think your only option for relief is to purchase a new energy-efficient insulated garage door. While this is certainly a workable solution, it can easily run you more than $1,000 if you have a two-car garage, making it an expense many households can’t shoulder.
Luckily, there is a more cost-effective method for insulating your garage door. Often, by doing the job yourself, you can end up spending only about $200 in materials. Plus, it should only take you an afternoon to get the job done. Here’s what you need to do to insulate a garage door yourself. To completely insulate your garage door against the elements, you’ll ultimately end up completing three smaller projects. This means you can divide up the work into chunks based on your available time or complete the entire project in just an afternoon. The first mini project in the series involves insulating the surface of your garage door.