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US Energy Products 2 Car Two Car Garage Door Insulation Kit (16'x7' or 16'x8') (Foil Finish) Includes: Reflective Foam Core Insulation (120 sq ft), Razor Knife, Squeegee, Double Adhesive Tape.

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US Energy Products 2 Car Two Car Garage Door(16'x7' or 16'x8') Insulation Kit (Foil Interior Finish):Includes Reflective Foam Core Insulation (120 sq ft), Razor Knife, Squeegee, Double Adhesive Tape.

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  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 24 x 12 x 12 inches; 2 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ SSR-2GDKFF
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ August 20, 2014
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ US Energy Products
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00MMOK2C8
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.6 out of 5 stars 37 ratings

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Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars No more hot garage gym!
By Ccmrn on July 18, 2019
Significant temperature drop since I installed these. I did not use the tape. I just placed them inside the panels and called it a day..
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Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2021
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3.0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware!
By Beach Bum on April 3, 2021
I gave it a three star rating mainly due to most people being impressed with the product overall so figure it can’t be all bad. My concerns are mainly centered on there should have been some disclaimers on the suppliers website for certain situations involving features of the door. I even directly contacted the actual company US Energy Products and sent them photos of my door, you think they’d mention a couple of things I’d need to think about, such as having windows in the door. No where in their instructions do they mention how to handle them. In the one email response I did get back when I contacted them about some questions I had, they stated: “For the windows to cover it complete with the insulation” I’ll ignore that’s it’s not even an English sentence, but sounds like their solution is to basically eliminate the functionality of the windows and just insulate right over them. If that’s their answer you’d think it would at least state that somewhere in their instructions, but maybe also have an alternative if you don’t wish to do that. I ended up cutting the insulation into narrow strips and installed directly to the backside of the door as didn’t want to lose the windows and the daylight they provide. This did require more cutting and more tape needed so by the time I was done, I ran out of tape and had to find another similar roll to buy online.

But that’s not even my biggest concern as my photos show. Each panel of my door is constructed basically in the shape of a giant “C” channel as many doors likely are. The surface that you’re instructed to attach the 1.0” wide tape to is only about ½” wide at the top and ¾” at the bottom. Basically half the tape at the top and a quarter at the bottom is attached to nothing but air. How much that part of the tape is actually providing any retention is unknown as have no idea if it’s even sticking to the insulation panel since can’t see the back side to know, at best likely not sticking very well. Again, you think they’d mention that this may be encountered during the install or supply with narrower tape. The instructions imply these surfaces are wider than the tape.

The next issue I ran into is that as the door goes up, the top lip of each panel kind of folds or dips underneath or inside the bottom of the panel above, (3rd photo) so as the door opens the top edge of the insulation panel is “clipped” by the door panel above and after only three days of use, the panel was de-laminating as the photo shows (1st two photos). If that’s as bad as it would ever get, I guess I’d be OK with that, but my fear is if it got this damaged after three days, what will it look like after a few months or years of use, likely completely tearing apart. The simple solution would be to cut each panel slightly narrower, and leave a bigger gap at the top (I had actually left about ¼” gap) likely would have needed to cut about 3/8” lower to clear the upper panel. But when the lip on my door used for attachment is only ½” wide to start with, locating the panel 3/8“ lower, plus the ¼” gap I already had, won’t work very well at all as there’d be nothing left to attach to.

As the photo shows (4th and 5th photos) I ended up kind of scalloping the top edge of the panel and removed the inner side foil layer and the core insulation so all that was left the thin foil layer that was still attached directly to the tape and in turn the door. This certainly reduces the insulation capability of the panel for the top ½” or so, but figured this is the best way to prevent damaging the panel every time the door opens and closes.

I gave it three stars for warmth and adhesion as at this point, no idea how good or bad those properties will be

So overall wanted to make it known, that depending on your door construction, the installation may not be anywhere as straight forward as described. I also live near the coast so my door has hurricane bracing, so had to remove all of them to install, but again no mention or warning that people installing may into this also. I’m a pretty handy person, was able to work around everything, but should be some warning of some situations you may run into and acceptable work arounds that can be implemented. Will see this summer when temps get high how well the insulation properties are with the modifications I had to make, hopefully won’t effect it too much. Guess my overall message is: Buyer beware!!
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Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to install and works great with added benifit of making the outside noises and the door quiter.
By Rover 1 on November 3, 2019
This was very easy to put in and the results are great. The insulation not only keeps the garage warmer but is also making it quitter than it was. When you open the door the door squeaks and rattles are dampened by this insulation and works great. Wich I had put it on years ago.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2020
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Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2018
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