We aimed to clarify the effects and issues of the partial insulation remodeling method from a lifestyle perspective by habitation-related experiment. The results are as follows: 1) Several residents frequently changed their pattern of opening and closing insulated sliding doors. Their lifestyles were affected by expanding the insulated area. 2) Another residents didn't change their pattern, because they felt comfortable even if the doors were open. It is necessary to consider the balance of the insulation in outer walls and doors. 3) It is necessary to develop insulated sliding doors which consider environmental items other than just the thermal environment.