Have you ever considered replacing your garage door? Winter is a great time to do so. Replacing the garage doors on your home is an easy an easy improvement to make and one of the most valuable renovations you can do. When homeowners sell their house, there is an 80% return on investment of the price of a new garage door.

One of the latest trends is the choice of a garage door with energy savings. Even if you don’t heat your garage in the winter, having insulated garage doors help seal the garage and keep the house warm. Insulated doors minimize heat loss. And modern technology means that these garage doors are available in different forms. If you are looking for a particular size, design, or material, it is likely to find an insulated door that fits.

But what can an insulated garage door do for your home? Read on to find out what an insulated garage door can do for your home.


Most energy saving tips places focus on the inside of the house. It makes sense! Insulation, energy-saving windows and improved heating systems can reduce your energy consumption. Therefore, it is not surprising that most energy saving tips overlook the garage. Garages are most times not considered part of the house. But garages sometimes have conditioned rooms above them. Many garages often have a door that is directly connected to the house.

By adding an insulated garage door, you'll save energy, by reducing the temperature in the garage, you will reduce the amount of energy needed to heat the rest of your home.


Insulated garage doors are designed differently from single layer garage doors, which make them very strong. Since your door needs to stand up to equipment, cars, and kids, this added durability makes sense.

Many of today's insulated doors are made with a steel panels. Between the panels is filled with sheets of polystyrene or filled with foam urethane insulation.


An insulated garage door is quieter than a non-insulated garage door. Although noise dampening isn’t usually the most crucial factor, it’s an added benefit of an insulated door.

Insulated doors also tend to make less noise because they are more solidly constructed than other doors. Each panel consists of insulation, and because they are often heavier than non-insulated doors, they are less likely to vibrate or jolt on the track.