CLOPAY GARAGE & ENTRY DOOR BLOG

  • The Myths and Realities of Energy Efficient Garage Doors and Entry Doors – The Final Installment

    Nov 18, 2011
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    Building technology has changed over the last ten years. For example, a three-layer foamed in place polyurethane insulated garage door with a 17.2 R-value wasn't an option in 2001, like it is today. Growing interest and awareness of energy efficiency and green building practices has changed the industry. Builders and manufacturers have responded by offering better products.
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  • The Myths and Realities of Energy Efficient Doors -- Part 2

    Nov 16, 2011
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    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.
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  • The benefits of an insulated garage door vs. an uninsulated garage door

    Nov 14, 2011
    Clopay Insulated Garage Doors in use during winter
    Garages are more susceptible to temperature fluctuations given how often the garage door is opened and closed every day. Since attached garages typically share one or two common walls with the house, any hot or cold that travels through the door will ultimately affect the adjacent living areas.
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