If you’re planning on heating your garage, it’s time to start thinking about garage insulation as well as the insulation for your garage door. You have a few options to choose from, and our team at ARC Insulation is prepared to guide you through those options.
- Rigid Foam Insulation – Rigid foam insulation is made up of polystyrene and polyisocyanurate, typically sold in sheets of 4 x 8. Rigid foam has a high R-value per inch than most other insulation options, meaning that you can get away with using less product and still have proper insulation. This is a great option for thinner walls, as well as insulating garage doors.
- Cellulose Insulation – Cellulose insulation is classified as a loose-fill insulation that is made up of shredded newspaper and fire retardant. As for garage use, cellulose insulation is recommended for garage walls and ceilings only (not garage doors).
- Spray Foam Insulation – Spray foam insulation is a cellular polyurethane foam that is spray applied. Spray foam has a high R-value and is great for weatherizing. However, for a garage, spray foam might be an excess.
- Garage Door Insulation – Insulating your garage doesn’t mean much unless you also insulate your garage door. You can purchase garage door insulation kits or use pieces of rigid foam insulation (cut to size of each panel). You can also consult a professional on garage door insulation services.
Our team at ARC Insulation is prepared to guide you through all of your garage insulation needs. We hope this list gives you a good idea of what to expect from each product. Please contact us at ARC Insulation for all of your garage insulation needs.