Garage Door Bottom T Bulb Vinyl Weatherseal Seals

Garage Door Bottom T Bulb Vinyl Weatherseal Seals



Item# TB-150
$3.05$1.60
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

North Shore Commercial Door Co. has a large selection of sealants for your garage doors, including this T bulb vinyl weather seal. This seal comes in the bead style and the "T" bulb is made from a strong, grey vinyl compound. This weatherseal is designed with a ¼ inch "T" to fit popular T-style retainers.

North Shore sells this weather sealant by the foot, so the prices shown are by the foot. You simply need to specify the number of feet that you need, enter that number in the box and click on the "add to cart" button. If you have a question about this weather sealant and if it will work on you garage door, do not hesitate to contact North Shore with your query. You can use the comments/questions feature on the product pages to post a question that will be answered by other customers who have experience using the products. North Shore staff will also post answers in this section, in some cases providing links to guide you to the appropriate product. North Shore will also allow you to submit a photo of your old seal so they can assist you in selecting the best product for your garage door.



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

• Bulb diameter is 1 1/2"

• T is 1/4" to fit most popular T-style retainers

• Made from grey vinyl compound

• Installs quickly and easily



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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Great seal that fits my garage. by Randy G 11/16/2014
COMMENT: correct type for my Amarr garage door by Charles S 11/14/2014
QUESTION: How do I take the old seal out and install the new? by None N 10/5/2014
ANSWER: Open the garage door part way. Slide out the old seal I found that mine moved easier when sprayed with WD 40. I then cleaned the gasket runner in the door because it was full of dirt and crud--used a brush to get most of it and then ran a rag through the metal opening in the door where the gasket goes. The slide the new gasket in place--a dab of vaseline petroleum jelly helps move it along--just don't overdo! Hope this helps! by Rita C a
ANSWER: The old seal should slide out of the track that it intalls into. if it is old it will probably take a significant effort to get out.may have to take pliers to get it to slide. by David B a
ANSWER: raise door up about 4ft. just pull old one out, spray new T with solicone to make it slide in easy, would help if you had some one to help you hold straight while you slide back in. be sure to leave a little long it will draw up a little. by jerry l a
QUESTION: Will this work on a Amarr garage door-single T slot door? by Edward K 8/28/2014
ANSWER: I'm not familiar with the Amarr garage door, but if you have a slot in the bottom, it should work. My door has two slots. I just used one of them and everything is fine and has been for a year or so. by Gardner H a
ANSWER: it will if it is 1/4 wide at the T. by gary l a
REPLY: Thanks. I measured the door T slot and it is definitely 3/16" wide. Is the 1/4" seal material soft enough to squeeze into a 3/16" width? by Edward K r
REPLY: Possibly, but not sure..As I recall I think it might. Lube it up with silicone first.spray by gary l r
ANSWER: measure your width of T if same, sould work. North Shore is a good company to work with. by jerry l a
REPLY: Thanks. I measured the door T slot and it is definitely 3/16" wide. Is the 1/4" seal material soft enough to squeeze into a 3/16" width? by Edward K r
QUESTION: I have a Genie manufactured garage door... not an electric opener. The channel on the bottom looks similar to this product, although it is bent with age and may be more like a triangle at the top. Also the bottom of the bulb has a flap. Do you know what kind of seal I need for a Genie door? by jefferis p 6/10/2014
ANSWER: My old seal was similar to what you described. This worked for me. I can't say with 100% accuracy if the same seal would work for you. by Ted F a
ANSWER: I'm not aware of any Genie Garage doors. They primarily make garage door openers as well as commercial lifting equipment. It is most likely an Overhead Door brand doorGenie is owned by OHD which some use the seal you are describing. Some of the older T-Bulbs came with a flap on it, but this seal should work for you. Some older bulb seals also had a circular strip instead of the T but that shouldn't be the case here.Take the old seal out, lubricate the retainer with wd-40 and slide the new one in, and cut the excess off, leaving about 1/4 inch hanging past the door section on both sides to allow for shrinkage during the cold months.Hope this helps! J.T. B<br /> A.C.G.D. by John B a
ANSWER: If it has a T-bulb opening on the top and it is the same as the new one in size then it will work as far as the bottom it really dont matter to much it will lay flat on the ground . by charles m a
QUESTION: I have had a Genie Screw Drive IS,ISL,ISM Series. Is this seal comparable to my garage door Please advice. Thanks. Joe V. by Joe V 5/26/2014
STAFF ANSWER: I am sorry but the model of your garage door operator will not assist us with matching a replacement weather seal. Take a picture of the progile of your current seal and email it to <a href="http://"Sales@northshorecommercialdoor.com" target="_blank">"Sales@northshorecommercialdoor.com</a>" The angle at which you take the picture should resemble how we took the picture of the one advertised here. by Matthew O a