Myth #2: Replacing my door will cost more money than it will save.
Reality: Energy efficient garage doors and entry doors are available at a variety of price points.
The savings to your utility bill will add up over time. But there are other factors that make this project an investment worth considering.
Construction materials and insulation technologies have improved significantly over the last five to ten years. Today’s doors require less annual maintenance to maintain smooth operation and provide a tighter seal against the façade to keep out the elements.
Most energy efficient doors are constructed using low-maintenance steel, composite polymer, or fiberglass insulated with either high R-value polyurethane foam or polystyrene. Decorative low-emission and insulated glass also cuts down on heat transfer to maintain a thermal barrier between interior and exterior environments.
Clopay Gallery Collection polyurethane insulated garage door. Short panel with Square Grilles.
Myth #3: It's better to repair my door than to replace it.
Reality: Repairing your garage door or entry door may be a more economical choice if:
Clopay Rustic Collection fiberglass entry door with Hayden sidelights. ENERGY STAR qualified.
Visit our blog tomorrow as we wrap up our series on energy efficient doors and reveal the most common signs that it's time to replace your door.
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