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icer 66 182 October 14, 2015 at 04:21 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 10-14-2015 by Discombobulated at 06:58 AM View Original Post
Home has select Garage Insulation/Radiant Barrier & More on sale with many up to 73% off listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks icer

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Offer valid only on October 14, 2015 or while supplies last - Discombobulated


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Edited October 14, 2015 at 06:20 AM by BostonGirl
Home Depot's Deal of the Day has several different insulation / radiant barrier products at heavily discounted prices.

Link here []

Of note:
Garage door insulation kit [] - $37.98 from $139.32. R8 insulation is higher than most garage kits.

Owens Corning 25-1/2 in. x 54 in. Attic Stair Insulator II [] $26.97 from $98.97. Not the best R Value at r10, but it's inexpensive compared to most other options.

There are also many radiant barrier options at the main link.
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Last Edited by HarryH3 October 14, 2015 at 06:16 AM
Go through to get to the Home Depot site and get 5% cash back. Smilie (Assuming that you have a Discover card, of course!) Wink


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the garage door kit only works if ur for has a recessed area on the back. if it is flat it won't attach
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In 4 one set of the garage door insulation. Missed it last time. Perfect timing as I am about to also put In attic insulation above the garage.
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Gonna give the attic stair insulator a shot.
Thanks OP.
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Is the radiant barrier any good. I have read good and bad things about this. Looking to do my garage attic and see if helps reduce the heat.
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I'm no expert, but I'm in the midst of doing a whole house energy retrofit and have read as much as possible on the subject. My understanding is that the radiant barrier stuff has a place - usually in a hot climate in an under-insulated house. In most other applications you're better served adding insulation. That said, it's relatively inexpensive and easy to install, so have at it it if you want.
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Thanks. Just insulated my garage walls and was waiting for a deal on the garage door kit.
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Thanks OP. I grabbed the garage door kit. I never trust the "was" price that stores show listed. But this is still half of what it sells for on Amazon.
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Is the radiant barrier any good. I have read good and bad things about this. Looking to do my garage attic and see if helps reduce the heat.
The radiant barrier is amazing! easily brought down the temperatures in my house by 5 degrees when its over 100 degrees. Buy it now!
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I too am in the process of re-insulating my attic (prepping for blow-in) but the attic stair insulator looks cheap to me - it's pretty flimsy. I currently have a "box" that someone fashioned out of rigid insulation that slides right into the opening. It's still prefer that over the "canned" solution - seems like it wouldn't seal well or reliably. If you have ZERO insulation right now it might be OK though just because there would be zero effort involved in installing it
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is there any point to buy the garage kit instead of going to HD/Lowes and buying 4x8 sheets of insulation and making your own "kit" for a lot less money?
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I installed the Owens Corning garage door kits at our last house. They were a Black Friday deal at Lowes a few years ago. Made a HUGE difference in the comfort level in the garage. They also made the garage much quieter and killed the sounds the doors would make while opening and closing. Highly recommend! Just be sure to follow the directions and CLEAN each spot for the attachment posts to stick in place.

Just ordered for the place we live in now! Smilie Already have the insulation for the walls, now the doors will be insulated also. Thanks OP!
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Be careful with the attic stair one - my door is 40x65" (twice as big as the one on sale here). What's tricky is that the opening in the pictures is much bigger than what the item can cover.
Never mind. The I measuring the bottom of the door, not the opening.
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