Overhead Door P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal

Overhead Door P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal
Item# 409700-1001
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.
Overhead door P-bulb garage door bottom weather seal is in stock at North Shore Commercial Door. This seal is used on most two-inch pan doors and is a perfect weather seal replacement for Genie Garage Doors and Overhead Door Brand Series model numbers 381, 188, 189, 390, 391, 399, 281, 288. This seal also fits Genie brand garage doors with the popular p-style seal. This seal is made from a strong, grey vinyl compound and is sold by the foot.

North Shore Commercial Door is one of the largest suppliers of garage door weather seals and garage door parts. You will be able to find the perfect weather sealant for your garage doors at North Shore. If you cannot find the specific item that you are looking for, North Shore staff members will work until your desired part is found. If the product is still being manufactured, North Shore will find it for you. As a result of this diligence, when it comes to available stock, North Shore Commercial Door is unmatched.

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

• Made from strong, grey vinyl compound

• For Overhead Door Brand Series 381, 188, 189, 391, 399, 281, 288 and others

• Also fits Genie branded garage doors with the popular p-style seal

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Needed this seal for garage door. by Carolyn V 4/29/2016
COMMENT: The video on the website helped me confirm that this was the item I needed. Thanks. by Tom F 4/23/2016
QUESTION: Will this fit 359 series door from overhead door company? by None N 3/11/2016
STAFF ANSWER: You will have to check your specs with ours just because you can fit any seal on any door as long as you have the correct track by Taylor M a
QUESTION: Do I need keepers at each end to keep the new overhead P-bulb seal in the track ? by DAVE A 2/11/2016
ANSWER: No - should be long enough and tight enough that it really won't move once installed by Richard S a
ANSWER: Where the seal contacts the floor it does keep out water. However with my door a small amount of water gets around the end of the seal on both sides during a heavy or long lasting rain. by Dave M a
ANSWER: I wouldn't call it water-tight, as the down force is rather light and gaps likely exist at either end of your garage door. It's good at keeping rain out, but I would expect some leakage if water pools at the base of the garage door. by Charles W a
ANSWER: It has for me and I live in Florida where we have lots of rain. by Janet F a
ANSWER: It may, however, I bought a floor weather strip that seals against dust, bugs and water. by Jesus D a
ANSWER: Yes, as long as your concrete is levelor sloping out and the rubber/vinyl adequately seals against the floor. by Todd W a
ANSWER: Should as long as it squishes against the ground once it is installed. Kept water outside for us. by Eldonna r a
ANSWER: Absolutely-if door is properly adjusred. by Richard B a
ANSWER: My experience - effectively creates wind/water/rodent resistant seal; don't believe mine creates waterproof seal probably won't keep all water out in event of flood/extreme conditions, but my garage floor isn't perfectly level or without imperfections, so didn't expect that functionality/protection by Richard S a
QUESTION: I have an overhead garage door and need to replace the seal. The seal is attached to a galvanized strip that is then screwed on to the bottom of the door. To replace the seal do I just unscrew all these screws so I and remove the galvanized strip and thus run a new seal in the groove, and then reattaching the strip? TIA Steve by Steve H 11/9/2015
ANSWER: Yes , but the door I have from overhead door does not have the correct. galvanized strip to accept the new seal. It works but it seals on the inside of the door instead of the outside. HOPE this helped! Sorry I took so long to answer! by Steven C a
ANSWER: I left the strip on and lube the seal and slid it on. by Dan M a
ANSWER: I was able to slide my seal out with out removing the galvanized strip. They had crimped down the edges of the slot where the seal runs. Uses a screw driver to lift the crimped edge back up and was able to slide the seal out and slide the new one in. Initially my seal was flat from shipping, after a few weeks it went back to the rounded shape. by Mike L a