Model # Garage Door Insulation Kit - 8 pcs

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Garage Door Insulation Kit (8-Pieces)

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  • Garage Door Insulation Kit (8-Pieces)
$5997 /package
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Product Overview

For great long-term performance, select the Garage Door Insulation Kit from Cellofoam North America Inc. It's made with modified expanded polystyrene, a rigid, foamed plastic with resilient closed cells. The benefits include permanent R-value, inherent water resistance, excellent physical strength and dimensional stability. The high R-value at a comparatively low cost makes it a perfect insulation choice for the roof, perimeter, cold storage, exterior and cavity wall insulation.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
80
Product Width (in.)
108

Details

Insulation Type
Accessory
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Warranty Information
15 Year warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

My door is 18 feet wide. 20 panels. Am I going to have issues with adding too much weight?

Asked by: Henny
I talked to the guy who installed my garage doors and he recommends you have your springs adjusted even though these are very light weight. Your motor will last longer.
Answered by: MikeN
Date published: 2017-08-11

What kind of glue is needed to hold the panels in place?

Asked by: atthebeach
If the thickness of the insulation (1 1/4 inch) is right for your door, then no glue is needed at all. The insulation fits into the slot at the bottom (or top) of each door panel so tightly that they won't fall out.
Answered by: Bill4112
Date published: 2016-11-29

Installation question? my door does'nt look to have those channels to slip these in?

I am attaching a picture of my garage door... will this work? everyone else seems to have what appears to be slots on each section of the door that these would slip in too.. mine doesn't appear to have that? would I have to take off the clamps that hold the garage door and then put the Styrofoam on and rebold it through the product?
Asked by: Richman105
Dear Richman105: I hope you did not install these styrofoam panels on your garage door. Foam board is very flammable and emits toxic gas when it burns. It MUST be covered by an approved 'thermal barrier' in any garage, home, basement, storage area etc. The standard is 1/2" drywall, which obviously will not work on a garage door. So installing these foam panels as-is would be a building code violation and a fire danger risk for your family. Fortunately, Home Depot sells another garage door insulation product that is twice as effective with R8 insulation performance, and fire resistant. See: Owens Corning Model # GD01, Home Depot Internet # 202257272 Store SKU # 744925 I hope this is helpful, Mark
Answered by: BvilleBound
Date published: 2017-07-05

Will this be effective if my door has windows and I don't want to cover those up?

The windows let in lots of light which is beneficial for using my garage during the day, so I don't want to cover them up.
Asked by: JonnyB
It will still make a difference but I opted to cover mine up. I live in San Diego and my west facing garage gets pretty hot. If I had to do over again, I would cover the windows still but I would put some butcher paper over them or something so you wouldn't look in and see styrofoam. The wife is going to make me change that I am sure. OR I would install and then cut out openings for the windows. Carving out space for the windows on the panels was a chore but worth it.
Answered by: SDREALTOR
Date published: 2017-05-12
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Customer Reviews

Garage Door Insulation Kit (8-Pieces) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 414.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good product idea, but could use some inprovement: 1) Styrofoam is the real crumbly type and ma... A good product idea, but could use some inprovement: 1) Styrofoam is the real crumbly type and makes a big mess when cutting the sheets. Another less messy foam would be an improvement. 2) If your garage door has 20 inch tall panels, you're in good shape and will have a fast installation. If your door is like mine however with the bottom panel row 20 inches high and the other 4 panel rows above it are about 17.5 inches high. As the panels only come in 20 inch heights, you have to cut them down to fit in the smaller panels. This leads to a lot of unusable wasted Styrofoam and the need to order another carton to finish the top panel row. It also doubles the installation time as you now have to make twice the number of cuts for the Styrofoam to fit in the smaller panel openings. When you're done, you have a bunch of leftover sheets that you can't return to HD because they're sold in packs of 8 and aren't sold individually or in the HD stores. The product is good overall but in my case it's wasteful and more expensive as a result of how they're sold.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I installed this last year and was amazed how much different the garage temperature changed, ther... I installed this last year and was amazed how much different the garage temperature changed, there was at least 25-30 degrees cooler on hot days and considerably warmer during the cold months. I highly recommend this for two reasons 1 - it is very easy to install ( I have a three car garage with two doors 1- 18 foot and 1 - 9 foot) took less than two hours. 2. It actually works and as an extra bonus it cuts down on noise when closed.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good insulation kit. I've purchased kits similar to this in the past that cost more but no d... Very good insulation kit. I've purchased kits similar to this in the past that cost more but no difference at all. Easy to work with and goes up in a hour or less for a 16x7 door.
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Let me start by saying that my garage is a woodworking shop and my comfort dictates my productivi... Let me start by saying that my garage is a woodworking shop and my comfort dictates my productivity. Before this purchase, the shop was only really comfortable in the fall or spring. All the rest of the time, it was either too cold or too hot. I already had a "insulated" garage door however, it was a very thin layer. I installed these panels and WOW, what a difference. It's July and 90 plus degrees on average. These panels reduced the temp by at least 20 degrees. I also installed a window ac unit that now keeps the shop a perfect 70 degrees. And I only run it for about an hour and the temp remains for hours. Installing was a breeze. I measured each section and made 2 cuts on the table saw. The panels have just enough bend in them to put right in place. The added bonus, it really brightens up the shop! You end up with a very clean look. My only advice, if you're using a table saw, use an old blade. The friction caused by the blade will leave a heavy deposit of foam on your blade. It cleans off easily though. Speaking of cleaning, you will have tiny foam balls all over the place however, it's totally worth it and cleans up with a vac. As you can see by the picture, I had more sections than 2 kits could accommodate. Not their fault, I just needed to learn how to count:) All in all, this was probably one of the most cost effective options to keep your garage comfortable. Don't hesitate, just do it. You wont be sorry.
Date published: 2017-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Go slow, measure twice cut once and take your time. A t-square is very helpful. Use a putty knif... Go slow, measure twice cut once and take your time. A t-square is very helpful. Use a putty knife to slide insulation behind screws and when your trying to insert insulation behind a section with a gap on both sides block out one side to about a 1/4 inch of the opening. This way you can stuff it in one side deep and not destroy the other side trying to get it in. This cost me a third of what a local garage door company would of charged me. Do consult a garage door company though to make sure that your springs and garage door opener can handle the extra weight though. This is a great product and looks very, very nice.
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Home Depot Garage Door Insulation Panels I placed the order on Monday and by Thursday two boxes arrived by UPS. You cut to size and fit in the garage door panels, simple. Be careful not to bend the panel too much as it might break in half. Some of the panels were damaged on the end, no padding or cushion on the inside of the boxes. I contacted Home Depot and the manufacture about the damaged panels on the end from shipping, okay they said, we will make note of it. Very messy while cutting panels, shop vacuum needed for clean up. Looks great when done right, the garage is much cooler now, about 70% cooler. Quiets the garage door when going up and down.
Date published: 2015-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish I would have done this 10 years ago! I did three garage doors that face west to the afternoon sun in Phoenix, AZ. That's a lot of heat. For under $200 for three doors and about 2 hours of labor, these were up. So clean and easy! The garage is MUCH cooler, the garage doors operate quieter and the garage looks brighter and cleaner. Styrofoam is messy to cut, so have a vacuum handy and don't do this on a windy day. Well worth the cost and time.
Date published: 2016-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is as good if not better than others that were much more expensive that I have resea... This product is as good if not better than others that were much more expensive that I have researched. Very easy to install and I did not need any glue or tape to hold the panels in place. I highly recommend this kit.
Date published: 2016-12-31
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