High-temperature areas can pose a challenge without garage insulation. Without proper insulation, heat can build up in the garage and seep into your home. This situation can lead to uncomfortable rooms surrounding the garage and higher cooling costs during the summer. You can minimize this problem in several ways.
Insulating Concrete Forms
If you are building your home, you can utilize concrete forms for garage insulation. You must install these as part of the structure. Concrete forms create an instant thermal barrier, keeping heat from entering the garage. While this is an expensive method, it's the most effective.
Insulation techniques such as foil-backed paper can also help in hot climates. You must install reflective garage insulation before the walls are finished. It fits between the studs and joists of the wall. The reflective material will help to radiate the heat back outside and prevent it from creating a hot environment inside the garage. You may use this type of insulation in conjunction with batting to create a better heat barrier.
Fiberglass insulation can withstand high heat and can help to direct the heat away from the garage. Use fiberglass with another form of garage insulation for the best effect.