Make your garage more comfortable and gain other benefits by upgrading to insulated garage doors.
Since there are very few homes in the Summerville, South Carolina area that have basements, most people find that their garage becomes the main place for storage. It is not uncommon for families these days to have a chest or upright freezer in the garage and perhaps even a secondary refrigerator. The problem with this is that these appliances do not do well in extreme temperatures, and since your garage is likely not ducted to your HVAC system, you could find yourself replacing them far sooner than normal. One solution to protect the items in your garage from summer heat and winter cold is insulated garage doors.
At 31-W Insulation, we install a variety of garage doors and always want to help our customers select the right style for their needs. We offer insulated garage doors for this situation and also for those with the laundry area in the garage or who like to spend time in the garage doing hobbies and even entertaining. In addition, insulated garage doors provide an added barrier for heat transfer into the living area itself, as you likely have one, two, or even three shared interior walls, not to mention each time you open the door to go from your living space to the garage or vice versa.
Another benefit of insulated garage doors is that they act as a sound barrier. If you live on a highway or have noisy neighbors, you could notice a marked improvement inside your home after having us install your new insulated garage doors. It is also harder for someone to break into your home via the garage when you have the added strength of steel garage doors. Reach out today to learn more and to see the various beautiful styles that can make your home look great while giving you all the benefits that insulated garage doors have to offer.
Right here in South Carolina, we also offer insulated garage doors in Greenville, Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Charleston & North Charleston. 31w is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Tennessee & Texas.