By Laverne Leigh Karina. Garage Door. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 14:48:58 PM.
Blown-in Insulation: If you already have drywall installed around your garage but don’t have it insulated, then blown-in insulation may be the answer. A contractor will come and open up a hole in the wall, pump in a cellulose insulating material, and then patch up the opening. Blown-in Insulation is quick and can be done within a few hours without any additional demo or reinstallation. However it may be a bit more expensive since contractors usually charge a minimum fee no matter the size of the space or the time it takes.
The primary concern in planning your garage door is the material used. Selecting the best garage door materials for your needs will depend on a few things like the style of your home, and how warm you want your garage to be. There are 3 main materials for garage door construction: Wood, Steel and Fiberglass (GRP).
The Types of Garage Doors - Gone are the old manual doors. Today you’ll find that remote controlled and motorized garage doors have produced a more usable garage. The most popular style is the overhead garage door.
Sectional Roll Up Garage Doors - While tilt up garage doors are the door of choice for older homes, sectional garage doors are now the standard door available to homeowners for several reasons. A sectional roll-up door is made of four or more horizontal sections, hinged together, and mounted with rollers on tracks so that the door can roll straight up and back. The sectional design allows for the door to take up much less space, both when it comes to head room in the garage when retracted, and when opened up by garage door openers in the driveway. Tilt up models require a significant amount of free space in front of the garage when they are retracted. A sectional door requires no such room, since it retracts straight up on the track.
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