Regular residential doors, like those that are found in most home garages, can be an entry point for winter climates. In this blog, we’ll give a detailed rundown of how our insulated garage doors can keep unwanted cold drafts from entering your garage. And how our garage door installation service can ensure a tight and secure seal between the entranceway door frame.
We are ensuring your home and family are a lot safer in winter. For many of us, when it starts snowing our thoughts turn to Christmas decorations and holiday moods. But as beautiful as snowy scenes can be, they can also be very dangerous.
Why Insulated Garage Door Are Essential In Winter
An insulated roller garage doors will help keep your garage warm. This is important for two reasons. First, if you have a workshop area in garage, you’ll be able to continue using it during the winter months. Second, an uninsulated garage can make your home colder by allowing cold air into your home through the cracks.
Keep Heat And Cold Air Out
Keeping heat in during the winter and cold air out during the summer is key to maintaining comfortable indoor temperatures year-round. Our insulated garage doors have designed to do just that. With a variety of features that make them some of the most energy-efficient doors on the market. From our double-layer construction and foam-filled cores to our sealant strips and thermal break technology. We’ve get you covered when it comes to keeping your home temperature controlled.
Noise Reduction Through Insulated Doors
One of the best ways to minimize unwanted noise in your home is to install insulated garage doors. While some homes have an attached garage, many do not, and as a result, outside noise can easily enter the home through the garage. By installing insulated doors, you can greatly reduce the amount of noise that enters your home. Making it more comfortable for you and your family.
Insulated Garage Doors Won’t Wear Out Your Car Battery
In an attached garage, they are a great way to keep your car battery from dying in the cold weather. Steel doors are much more conductive than insulated doors. So if your garage has not well insulated, a steel door can cause your battery to lose power much faster. In addition, if you have a manual garage door opener, insulating your door will help keep it from freezing.
Some Of The Accessories We Offer Include:
Insulated panel inserts: These inserts fit into your existing garage door panels and help to further improve the thermal performance of your door.
Thermal seals: These seals have designed to seal around the perimeter of your garage door, creating an additional barrier against cold air and helping to keep your garage warmer.
Weatherstripping: Our weather stripping can be installed around the edges of your garage door, helping to create a tight seal and preventing drafts from coming through.
Heated floor mats: These mats can be placed in front of your garage door to help keep the area around the door warm. This is especially helpful if you have an attached garage where heat from your home can’t reach.
If you’re interested in any of these accessories, or if you have any questions about how insulated roller shutter doors can benefit you, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be happy to discuss everything with you and help you choose the right products for your needs.