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  1. Despite being a great idea, most houses don't...

    Despite being a great idea, most houses don't have arctic entries. Mud room/entryway yes, but not a proper arctic entry. Even when people remodel and add an entryway, it is usually connected to the...
  2. The three main insulation options are EPS, XPS,...

    The three main insulation options are EPS, XPS, and polyiso.

    EPS (expanded polystyrene) is the lowest R-value of the three. The only thing it has going for it is it's cheap and it has high vapor...
  3. That's another reason the thick, high R-value...

    That's another reason the thick, high R-value doors have rabetted edges.
  4. Solid wood is a terrible insulator. You need lots...

    Solid wood is a terrible insulator. You need lots of insulation and good weatherstripping. The really high R-value doors don't have a single closing plane. They have a rabbet around the outside so...
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