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Owens-Corning 500824 Garage Door Insulation Kit, Includes R-8 Fiberglass Panels with White Vinyl Facing, Insulates Single Garage Door Up To 9-Feet Wide

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  • Designed for use on insulated metal garage doors; Fits neatly into the exposed channel of the door
  • 5 times better thermal performance (As compared to an insulated door)
  • 20-Percent reduction in noise level (as measured in standard human listening studies)
  • Installs in less than 1 hour (up to 9 foot door); Only tools needed for installation are tape measure, utility knife, straight edge and marker
  • Cleanable vinyl surface with mild detergent; Flexible material resists denting; Big performance in a small package ? 12 x 16 x 24-Inch
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Technical Details
Part Number 500824
Item Weight14 pounds
Product Dimensions22 x 54 x 2.2 inches
Item model number500824
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002FR5QO6
Best Sellers Rank #10,266 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJuly 1, 2009
  
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Product Description

Improve your garage's comfort with Owens Corning’s Garage Door Insulation Kit. A complete kit comprised of (8) durable R-8 fiberglass insulation panels with a tough, washable white vinyl facing. The kit comes with a unique fastening system that provides a quick and secure method to hold the panels in place. Each kit provides enough material to insulate a single car garage door up to 9-Feet wide.

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Improve your garage's comfort with Owens Corning’s Garage Door Insulation Kit. A complete kit comprised of (8) durable R-8 fiberglass insulation panels with a tough, washable white vinyl facing. The kit comes with a unique fastening system that provides a quick and secure method to hold the panels in place. Each kit provides enough material to insulate a single car garage door up to 9-Feet wide.

Customer Reviews

Excellent product A+ and EASY to install !!
Subhunter1
Also, the insulation kind of sags after you put it in b/c nothing is actually sticking the insulation in place except the fasteners.
Kel
Save time and money and buy the ReflectiveShield.
GCP

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64 of 67 people found the following review helpful By G33kman on August 14, 2009
This product is basically standard-issue fiberglass insulation glued to a vinyl cover, and supported to the garage door surface with some plastic discs. True, you could probably make all of this yourself for much cheaper, but for me it was the convenience factor. I needed something to keep the heat and cold out depending on the season. The thin, generic metal garage door wasn't doing that. The door faces the west so it gets beaten up with heat in the afternoon.

Installation? Cut it all to size, stick it on the door, and I'm done. Very simple. Did both doors in a few hours. The Owens Corning website has a very good video tutorial by the way. It doesn't add much weight - there's not much to it, so no problems with the openers working afterward. They did seem to run a second or two slower, but barely noticeable.

The results? The garage door surface inside was around 112 degrees in the afternoon without insulation. Ambient temperatures inside quickly rose to the 100 range as a result, when outside it was in the 80s. After insulation, the vinyl surface and indoor ambient measured around 92. Sure it won't do miracles, but I'd say it lives up to it's R-8 rating. Besides it's hard to do much with only 1.5" thick of insulation, and also part of my temp problem are the windows in other parts of the garage too - which isn't the insulation's fault. Noise levels dropped quite a bit too - more than I expected. Whole lot less street noise. Even my wife commented it was quieter. When the door rolls up there used to be a bit of clanging around from the door itself - that's gone too.

My garage doors were designed with a L shape in the center support bar, instead of the more common T shape.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By John on October 5, 2010
I got these from Home Depot online. They are well worth the money...look great and very functional. Here are some installation tips:

1) Use the cardboard from the box to create a template for the door panel. Mark a hole in the middle of the template. This way you can easily go from panel to panel marking the center for the holder. When doing 2 doors, it makes marking 32 locations a lot quicker.
2) Use an alcohol wipe to clean the area before putting down the 2-sided tape.
3) Once the 2-side tape is applied to the door, and before you remove the remaining backing off the tape...use the flat part of the fastener to rub across the tape. This will make sure you have very good contact with the door.
4) Use a razor blade or knife to help remove the backing on the 2-side tape.
5) Once the insulation is up and you're ready to push the fasteners through...they should push right through the vinyl. (The YouTube Video shows using a knife to make an criss-cross...you really don't need to do that).

On my doors, I did not have to trim the insulation panels at all, they fit perfectly. I'm amazed at how much quieter it is in the garage...not to mention the heat/cool impact.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By KRASSEL on September 13, 2009
I found this product much cheaper at the local home improvement store, actually on their website. I needed two kits for my oversized two car door. Cut the local traffic noise at least in half and has really helped keep the garage cool. Won't know how much it helps hold the heat in till this winter, but so far am really satisfied. Real easy to install, spent more time reading the instructions and watching the video than I did installing. I manually open my door and haven't noticed any additional difficulty. The white plastic cover really brightened up the garage space. Good product, recommend this one.
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43 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 17, 2010
I got two kits from Home Depot for about $60 each.

I didn't know when I bought the kits that they are designed for a standard 4-section door (with each section about 23" high). Nothing in the literature or on-line really warns you about that.

I have the more typical 5-section door, with each section about 18" high, meaning each piece needs to be cut not only for the width of the panel but also the height of the section. It is taking me about 15 minutes per panel x 16 panels (I have a double car garage) so it is pretty much an all-afternoon project.

Further, the two kits are only good for 16 panels and of course a 5-section door has 20 panels, so I'll have to either buy another complete kit and throw half of it away or do something different with the top section, which has the window panes in it. I'm thinking of using foil-faced bubble insulation for that - a lot easier to work with.

Gotta get back and finish one more section....just had to take a break from the tedium of it to share my experience with everyone.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kel on January 26, 2012
This product was easy to install on my 16 panel double car garage door. I did have to buy 2 kits since each kit only comes with 8 sheets of insulation. It seems to be working as expected by keeping temp regulated in the summer/winter months so i have no problems there. Also, the insulation kind of sags after you put it in b/c nothing is actually sticking the insulation in place except the fasteners. You will see pink insulation showing from the edges so plan for that.
After having this product for about a year i do notice that the weight of the insulation puts a strain on the garage door opener. My door wheels have come off track once and my overhead garage door opener has jarred itself loose from its brackets twice. It has never done that before so i'm blaming it on the weight of the insulation. In the end i may try the Perma R sheathing as another reviewer suggested, but until then i'm taking 8 of the insulation panels off just to lighten the load on the door.
btw - i have a chamberlain liftmaster pro 3/4 hp chain driven garage door opener.
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