Insulated Vs. Uninsulated Garage Doors

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If you are getting a new garage door, you will need to decide if an insulated or uninsulated door is best for you. Each type of door has pros and cons. Below, we will explain the differences between these two garage door types so you can choose your new door wisely.

Insulated Garage Doors

Insulated garage doors have a layer of insulation between two separate panels of steel. This insulation will help to control the temperature inside of your garage and will also save electricity if you have an attached garage. These doors are sturdy and more weather-resistant than uninsulated garage doors. They are a great option for Houston-area homeowners because they can help keep your garage (and the items inside) safe during large storms like hurricanes and extreme heat. However, they are also more expensive than uninsulated doors.

Uninsulated Garage Doors

Uninsulated garage doors are made with just one layer of steel and are the more economical option. While they do not provide the same structure as insulated doors, many people feel uninsulated doors are just fine for their needs. They are a good option for people with detached garages.

Whether you choose an insulated or uninsulated door, Garage Door Doctor will install your door and make sure the rest of your garage door parts are in working order. Contact us today to learn more about our garage door options.