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  1. #14
    Join Date
    May 2002
    Location
    Colorado
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    I insulated my unconditioned attached garage a few years ago with blown-in cellulose. It is now considerably cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. The only problem is that a hot car will raise the garage temperature more in the summer.

  2. #15
    My garage is insulated to the same degree as the rest of the house, and I also have an insulated steel garage door. Here in Kansas, winter temps can get down to zero or below. I've been in my house for 21 years, and even on the coldest day in the winter, I've never seen the garage temperature drop below 45 degrees. That makes for starting the car really easy even on bitter cold days. My garage shares two walls with the house, so the warmer the garage is in the winter, the less the heating load in the house.

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