Garage Door Bottom Bead End Vinyl Weather Seals

Garage Door Bottom Bead End Vinyl Weather Seals



Item# FRB-400
$3.00$1.50
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
# of feet:
Additional Details about: Sold by the foot. To place your order put how many feet you need it the quantity box and add your order to the shopping cart.

Product Description

Keeping the elements on the outside and your vehicle, tools and toys inside your garage safe and warm is very important and this task can be aided by using seals on your garage door such as bottom bead end vinyl weather seals. These seals are available at North Shore Commercial Door Co. at economical prices.

These garage door bottom bead end vinyl seals offer a high-quality seal that is available in four-inch widths. The bead end measures approximately 3/16 inch to 7/32 inch in diameter. Weatherstripping on garage doors will eventually need to be replaced. One tale-tell sign that your weatherstripping is faulty is if you notice water seeping in or mice moving into your garage. These vinyl seals are easy to install and this product is sold by the foot. When you place your order at North Shore, you simply need to enter the number of feet that you require.



• Sold by the foot – provide length desired (in feet) in box above

• 4" in width

• Bead end is approx. 3/16" to 7/32" in diameter

• Currently Black in color (your original may be Gray)

• Installs quickly and easily

• We have another bead end style seal available with a smaller bead (not interchangeable. Search for FINISHLINE to find it.

For other styles of garage door bottom seal, click here.



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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Price by js_fontenot P 4/13/2014
COMMENT: Specialized need for my garage door track by Patrick C 4/9/2014
QUESTION: What do you mean by bead end? by Michael D 2/5/2014
ANSWER: The 2 parts that slide into the channel at the bottom of the door are round. I looked high and low before I found what I needed for my doors here. This is not a common seal from what i gathered. Most of the ons you find at home improvement stores etc. are t-shaped. by Mark B a
ANSWER: The end is shaped like a bead, rounded all the way around, as opposed to a T or a D. by Sarah K a
ANSWER: As shown in the picture, the part that attaches to the bottom of the door is round. Bead may be misleading since it is more like a long cylinder. Other weather stripping may have a TEE shape instead. Look at the old weather stripping and match the size and shape. by W E a
QUESTION: Mine is 3" in width and has a round bead like this. But I don't know what size is the bead. Do you have one that is 3" in width? by eddie l 10/16/2013
ANSWER: Mine was exactly like this. You just have to make sure that the edges that go into the grooves for mounting are round like the one in the picture. It works great. may take 2 people to get it installed. by William B a
ANSWER: Mine was also about 3 inches wide . I was also concerned about the width but ordered anyway. It does protrude more than my old seal but I am using it on a 9 foot door and so far it is working well. It has a good seal and would probably really work well if you had eneven concrete. by David N a
STAFF ANSWER: Measure the bead to be sure. We have this bead end and then a smaller one made by Finishline for finishline doors. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: how is the stripping attached to the door? by None N 10/12/2013
ANSWER: It slides directly into the track on the bottom of the garage door. It helps if you first clean the track and when dry, lubricate with WD40 or just keep the soapy water on and slide. Ensure your track is for a beaded seal and not the T-track before you buy. Having an extra person to help feed the seal onto the track makes this process much easier. It is a 5 minute job once track is cleaned. by David S a
ANSWER: The weather seal has beads on both edges. These should fit into the metal retainer on the bottom of the garage door. You may need to unscrew both ends of the retainer to insert the rubber weather seal and pull it though on the other side. Then pull and pug both beads through. It helps to use a soap solution to lubricate the beads and slide it through. I used dish washing detergent and water. Also clean the slots of the retainer well. Finally, fold the extra retainer through. Cut off extra leaving a few inches to fold back and tuck into the center. Screw the retainer back into place. Good luck. by W E a
ANSWER: Once you remove the old seal, you will see how the new one slides onto the channel. Be sure to order the correct size bead. Look on your old one and measure its size. The guys at Northshore Com. Door will help your from there! by Marlene C a
QUESTION: do you carry this in 3"? by None N 10/5/2013
ANSWER: yes they do by Ken P a
STAFF ANSWER: Please call for that special order? by Matthew O a