Garage Door Threshold Weather Seal Kit Garage Shield

Garage Door Threshold Weather Seal Kit Garage Shield



Item# NSCD-THSB
$4.00$2.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
# of feet:
Garage Door Threshold Weather Seal Kit Garage Shield Instruction Manual
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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

North Shore Commercial Door has Garage Shield garage door threshold weather seal in stock and available for fast shipping. These kits give your garage door a tight seal that helps keep water, dust, leaves, and pollen out of the garage. These garage door thresholds have been driven-over tested and they will not crack or shatter. They will also remain flexible from 40 degrees below zero to 150 degrees fahrenheit, making this kit ideal for any climate. This threshold kit meets California Fire Marshall and CPAI-84 requirements for flame resistance and comes with a full two-year warranty.

These kits can be purchased in black only. North Shore Commercial Door sells these kits by the foot. If you order 16 feet for example, you will receive 16 feet. During installation, you may find that slight more length is needed, so it may be wise to order a slightly longer piece of sealant. If you have questions before purchasing any products, be sure to contact North Shore as their staff is always happy to assist you.



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

• 3 1/2" in width

• 1/2" in height at tallest point

• Available in black

• Installs easily with provided adhesive and instruction manual

• Will not crack or shatter

• Remains flexible from -40ºF to 150ºF

• Meets California Fire Marshal and CPAI-84 requirements for flame resistance

• Comes with a full 2-year residential warranty

• Manufactured by North Shore Commercial Door

• This product is the similar to MD Building Products Garage Door Threshold weather seal, Tsunami Seal, Clopay and Sensible Solutions Weather Strip Barrier, and StormShield Threshold Weather stripping.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: I had good experience with North Shore on my last order so I figured I would give them another shot. by Travis W 2/26/2015
COMMENT: Needed it by greg h 2/24/2015
QUESTION: Can this product be applied over indoor/outdoor carpet? by John H 3/1/2015
ANSWER: I don't think it will stick good to carpet but it's worth a shot by Jonathan S a
ANSWER: I would say yes if the carpet is anchored very good, but if not then the seal will not stay in place. Personally I would relieve the carpet edge back enough to install the seal per the dirdirections. GOOD LUCK by DANIEL H a
ANSWER: I installed mine on a cement floor in a pole barn. It works very well and we have had a minus 20 F temperature this winter. I think with the strong glue it would stick to indoor carpet but eventually the carpet might give way from underneath it. I think it would depend on how much moisture gets on it in your particular situation.I am very pleased with the product and it has kept the moisture out. by Christopher E a
ANSWER: The video and pictures show gluing it down to cement which is what i did. the bottom of the seal is flat. You should talk to the manufacturer/distributor of the product. by Linda b a
ANSWER: I think, technically, yes, if you can get the adhesive to stick to the carpeting. Without knowing why you would want to adhere it to the carpeting, I suggest you would get a better bond with the floor under the carpeting. by Katherine O a
ANSWER: Not if you want a watertight seal. Yes, if you just want a debris or pest barrier when door is down by Michael P a
QUESTION: what kind of sealant should be used? by Carlo R 2/28/2015
ANSWER: The sealant/adhesive I used for our garage door threshold is called E6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive. After marking the floor to position the seal properly I then applied the E6000 as per instructions which came with the door seal. I believe a there was adhesive which was included with the seal kit but I did need more. So be sure to purchase an extra tube of sealant before you start. E6000 can be found in almost any hardware store. Check online. by David S a
ANSWER: The seal comes with the sealant but I believe it is a type of liquid nails adhesive by keith s a
ANSWER: I bought a Silicone adhesive. It worked great, the water is no longer coming in. by Luis R a
ANSWER: The adhesive that came with the threshold worked fine. by Joe V a
ANSWER: A tube comes with the threshold. More than enough to complete the job. Not sure what type it is. It just says "Industrial sealant/adhesive" on the tube. White tube with no name brand. I assume it is made by or for the company that makes the threshold and is specifically for this purpose. If you buy from a vendor that does not supply the adhesive with the threshold, Liquid Nails for aggregate or Gorilla Glue will work just as well. Both will penetrate into the pores of the concrete and hold and seal really well and both are waterproof. Both can be bought at a reasonable price at your local hardware store or Home Depot. Just make sure you flatten it out and cut it to the exact length, then put it in place and lower the door on it and leave it for at least 24 hours. Mark around the edges, move it out of the way leaving it flat while you apply the adhesive in a continuous wavy line within the outline marks. Be sure you get enough for a continuous seal and then place the threshold back in the exact position. Lower the garage door on it again and leave in place for another 24 hours. Any adhesive that squeezes out can be immediately cleaned with wet rags. One person can do the job, but it is easier and more accurate if you have a 2nd or even a 3rd person to help. This things works really well as it keeps water from blowing under the door during storms. Well worth the money. by Randall L a
ANSWER: I believe the adhesive came with the product which I ordered.<br />At any rate it was a solvent based adhesive which has polystyrene dissolved in it. It bonded the rubber seal very well to the concrete, and is still pong strong even in this tough winter. by Louis A a
ANSWER: The sealant that comes with the strip but you need more. Don't scrimp on sealant, use a lot. I've had to do mine twice because I didn't get enough with the kit. by Donald L a
QUESTION: what is the standard length of a two car garage door? by None N 2/19/2015
ANSWER: I work in the building industry and since garage doors may be custom ordered you can never tell without measuring what size they may be. If you want to order without measuring than go larger than the "standard". If you think the door may be a 16' than order 17" If you think it may be a 18" door than order 19". The extra length allows for trimming and possibly a better fit to contour around the door frame sides. by David S a
ANSWER: I think around 16'. Mine is just a little over 17', but it was installed back in the 70's. Some vendors sell this by the linear ft. so you can measure the door and order what you need for a continuous run. I would order it 1' longer than what is actually needed as the ends aren't always cut square. Price by the ft. is generally $3.00 to $3.50 per ft. I by Randall L a
ANSWER: Usually 16' by David H a
STAFF ANSWER: Usually a 2 car garage is between 16' and 18'. I recommend measuring the garage to be sure. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: can i get 4 or 6 inch wide threshold weather seal? by None N 12/11/2014
ANSWER: I would contact North Shore with specific information pertaining to your application.<br />I can tell you that the kit I purchased and installed per mfg. instruction has worked very well. My door is a standard residential garage door.<br /><br />Good luck with your project. by Charles M a
ANSWER: I honestly don't know, if you absolutely need a wider seal you may have a bigger problem. The seal which I think is just a little under 4 inches should work. I think the better question to evaluate is how tall do you need the seal to be. The box came with very good directions and my issue of water running into the garage was fixed after the 5 minutes it took me to put down the seal. I live in an area with heavy thunderstorms and haven't had a problem since. by Curt M a
ANSWER: This product only comes in 3&1/8" width by Michael A a
ANSWER: I think mine is 4 inches & it works well. Don't remember it coming but in 1 size. by Michael R a