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    What is R-value, when it comes to garage doors?

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    jayzenony

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    What is R-value, when it comes to garage doors?

    Post  jayzenony on Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:17 am

    What is R-value, when it comes to garage doors?
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    What is R-value, when it comes to garage doors?

    Post  queensgarage on Mon Oct 23, 2017 6:43 am

    The R-value tells you how well your garage doors are insulated and how good a job they’ll do of keeping in air-conditioned or heated air. The higher the R-value, the better the insulation, with the best-insulating garage doors at around the 6.5 mark. The garage tends to be a multi-purpose area doubling as a workshop, man cave, or home office, all of which mean human beings will be using the space for long periods. To do so comfortably in most American climates, you’ll need efficient HVAC at least part of the year. Even when your particular garage is just a place to park the car, if it’s attached to your house, it will affect the temperature inside your home.

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    What is R-value, when it comes to garage doors?

    Post  longislandchoice Today at 7:02 am

    When doing research on different types of garage doors, you may have come across an “R-Value” measurement associated with garage door insulation. What is R-Value? R-Value is a measure of thermal resistance used in the building and construction industry. Specifically, R-Value is thermal resistance to heat flow.

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