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Garage Door Kits

"Combining the two best
insulation technologies"

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Garage Door Insulation Closes The Gap
Why Insulate Garage Doors
Using Plymouth Foam's DuraCore Garage Insulation Kit is an inexpensive way to lower utility costs and create a more comfortable environment. Insulating a garage can take an unconditioned space and turn it into a more effective temperature "Buffer Zone." A Buffer Zone is an area between two zones with very different temperatures. For example, a warmer garage can act as a buffer zone to reduce heating costs in cold weather as energy is not transferred as fast as it would be if the garage were much colder. Insulating a garage, including the doors, can save money.
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FACT: The colder it is outside, the more energy it takes to heat a home.
Advanced Technology in DuraCore Garage Insulation Kit
Combining Two Technologies
Combining two technologies make the DuraCore Garage Insulation Kit, the finest DIY product on the market.
Engineered Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) rigid insulation offers a product that is manufactured to provide very consistent R-value, compression strength and closed cell moisture resistance. DuraCore offer the best garage door insulation value. (Learn More)
Reflective Barriers work by reducing heat transfer, through radiation, by the combined use of an air gap and a reflectant surface. Reflective barriers are more effective in warm temperatures by helping to reduce solar heat gain. Keeping a garage cooler in summer when the air condition in the house is running, will reduce energy loss.
Advantages of DuraCore Garage Insulation Kit
  • Helps reduce utility costs
  • R-Value of 5.2+ at 40º F
  • Made with energy-efficient Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)
  • Reflective laminate on outside to provide selective benefits
  • Clear laminate on inside to provide durability
  • Lowers street or other outside noises
  • Easy to Install with simple tools
  • Flexible DIY kit for multiple sizes
  • No pins required
  • No fiberglass CFCs, or HCFCs
  • Washable for easy maintenance
  • R-Value increases in colder temperatures
  • Lifetime R-Value Warranty
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DuraCore Garage Door Insulation Kit
DuraCore Garage Door Insulation Kit is an easy to install do-it-yourself (DIY) product that provides the ability to insulated standard steel or fiberglass garage doors. Made with high energy efficient rigid EPS foam insulation, this kit provides durability due to the reflective (one side) and clear (other side) lamination. This product helps create a temperature buffer zone to create a better garage environment in one of the most uninsulated areas of the home. With over 70% of installed garage door not being insulated, stop wasting money and install a Plymouth Foam Garage Door Insulation Kit today.
Kit Specification
Kit dimensions: 20 1/2" wide x 54" long x 10 1/2" high

Approximate weight: 9.5 lbs. Kit contains 8 panels (1 1/4" x 20" x 54")

8,640 sq inches of coverage

Fits all standard 8’ and 9’ single-car, metal garage doors

Two kits required for 16’ and 18’ two-car garages

16 Kits per pallet
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Plymouth Foam manufactures rigid foam insulation for the United Sates including the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio. Plymouth Foam provides garage door insulation using Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in the form of flat laminated insulation laminated. This kit works similar to Owens Corning Garage Door Insulation Kit or Cellofoam Garage Door Insulation Kit but with superior features. Energy Stare Home Sealing and the EPA recommends sealing the "envelope that surrounds your living space - the ceiling, outer walls, windows and floors. Plymouth Foam recommends properly sealing garage door and entrance door in addition to other openings. EPS has been found to a superior insulation in that it has a stable R-value as it does not use blowing agents like other insulations. It is also been documented that EPS insulation increases in R-value as the temperature is lower than 75º F.
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PF Spec Sheet
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(15 year study)

Why EPS is Better
(Recent Research)

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