EXPOL Garage Door Insulation
The EXPOL Garage Door Insulation DIY Kit is for sectional garage doors designed to keep the garage warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
As energy costs continue to rise, the last thing you want is warm air leaking out of your home from the garage. Our DIY Garage Door Insulation kit is a simple and cost effective way to improve the insulation value of your garage.
Once installed, you will benefit from a warmer, dryer and quieter garage space all while improving the appearance of your garage door. This product is so easy to install and you will be amazed at the results.
IT’S AS EASY AS 1,2,3
- Contains recycled content and can be easily recycled
- A warmer, drier garage in winter and a cooler garage in summer
- Enhances the appearance of your sectional garage door
- Reduces noise
- Easy to clean smooth surfaces
- Easy to install DIY product
IMPORTANT NOTE: You must have a sectional garage door to install this product.
WARNING: The added weight of the insulation may effect the spring tension in your door. This may require adjustment by a qualified service technician, contact the company which installed your garage door or your local garage door company.
What is R-Value?
An R-Value is a rating which measures how well insulation can resist heat flow. ‘R’ stands for thermal resistance.
- R-Value level depends on a number of things such as the type
of material, its density and thickness.
- Higher R-Value = Better insulation.
Are EXPOL Garage Door Insulation Kits available for any other sort of garage door?
No they can only be used in sectional garage doors.
Options & Sizes
Measure vertically the first door section to be installed as shown in figure 2.
Measure horizontally the first door section to be installed as shown in figure 3.
Mark out and cut polystyrene panels as shown in figure 4.
USE the offcuts to make inserts for the hidden vertical cavities as shown in figure 5.
Note: skip this step if there are no hidden cavities in your door.
Install cut to size polystyrene panel as show in figure 6.
Repeat steps 1 – 3 to complete the remaining door sections
Use glue here if necessary
You are now ready to install the plastic door liners.
Measure vertically the door section to be installed as shown in figure 7.
Measure horizontally the door section to be installed as shown in figure 8.
Mark out and cut plastic door liners.
Caution: A neat cut is required to achieve a professional finish.
Insert plastic door liners as shown in figure 9.
Repeat steps 5 – 6 for all remaining door sections.
Use glue here if necessary
Congratulations, you now have a fully insulated garage door.
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EXPOL 0800 86 33 73