Published at Thursday, March 08th, 2018 - 16:12:25 PM. Garage Door. By Dorene Husson.
Proper Sealing - Once the garage insulation is installed, it’s important to take a quick inspection of the area. Since there is a lot of dangerous chemicals around this space, and since cars give off a lot of exhaust (and dangerous carbon monoxide), you’ll want to be sure everything is sealed off. Caulk around the bottom of the drywall and seal it to the floor. Weatherstrip the door leading into the house. Possibly buy a metal door for extra fire safety and always make sure it self-closes. And examine around any windows, electrical outlets, and the garage door for air leaks that may need to be addressed to ensure energy efficiency.
Create an efficient work area - If you use your garage as a work area, be sure to make the best use of this space. Install a work bench or table. A pegboard and a sturdy tool chest are a great way to store your tools, yet keep them easily accessible. Relocate trash and recycling bins to nearby the garage entrance - Section off an area near the entrance of your home for trash or recycling to make it easier to dispose of these items.
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