Over the past year I've been converting our integrated garage so that it's a usage space.
I've painted the walls, got lighting, power and water connected (To allow for a washing machine to be installed) plus floor is now carpeted using tiles. Also I've installed lots of shelving and storage.
It's become a really useful space in the house now, that we use for projects, storage and lots of other tasks.
However being early December the weather is quite cold, which means the garage gets pretty chilling. The garage door at one end of the garage takes up the entire end and is a large metal door. So basically one end of the garage is a giant heatsink!
In order to prevent so much heat loss I'm thinking of doing the following:
- Attaching loft insulation to the inside of the door
- Installing draft excluders at the bottom (and possibly) sides of the door
Thoughts, suggestions, feedback?