Garage Door Clip on Reverse Jamb Angle Seal

Garage Door Clip on Reverse Jamb Angle Seal

Item# JS-02
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Product Description

In business for over 35 years, North Shore Commercial Door has all the items you need to repair and improve your garage. That tradition continues with the Garage Door Clip-on Reverse Jamb Angle Seal. Available in numerous colors including almond, gray, white, sandstone, black and brown, you can match the jamb seal to your garage door. You can control your heating and cooling costs with this efficient seal. Benefits and facts of this item include:

  • It is ready to install.
  • The seal clips to the angle iron on the door's perimeter, not the door.
  • It is for the inside of the door as opposed to stop molding, which is for the outside.
  • The seal clips to the frame of the garage door.
  • It is sold by the foot.
Contact North Shore Commercial Door online or by phone with your questions. If you need a Garage Door Clip-on Reverse Jamb Angle Seal, we're your go-to place.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Easy to install. Good price. by David P 12/1/2014
COMMENT: Cost and ease of the website and good customer service when you call them for help. Kudos to Mark!! by Kathy D 11/25/2014
QUESTION: Can imusemthis on the inside of my garage door to create a better seal. when you say it attaches to the angle iron what are you referring to? by Kevin Z 11/18/2014
ANSWER: This is not for the homeowner type of garage door. This is used on commercial applications that have a metal angle edge that it slides onto. by CURTIS S a
QUESTION: my garage door when closed has a gap between the door and the wall on top will this help seal the gap? by None N 10/13/2014
ANSWER: Yes it did on mine by James P a
ANSWER: I'm not sure, I use this seal on the side of my garage door. by Carl P a
ANSWER: We have about a dozen shop doors that we use this on. It is designed to fill the gap between the door and the wall. The garage door frame around the opening of our doors has a piece of steel that the seal slips onto. As the door closes, it comes into contact with the seal. I don't believe that it would be flexible enough to stay on the door instead of the frame. by Chris C a
ANSWER: I don't think so. This is designed to slip onto thin steel, which we have on the sides of our door, not the top.<br />on our door commercial type on a steel frame building the top has a metal and rubber piece that is screwed to the top by Loie B a
QUESTION: do you have a video for garage door clip on reverse jamb angle seal? by Joan T 9/24/2014
ANSWER: If this helps, we bought this because it matches what is on our commercial steel door on the outside of the jambs. the slot slips over sheet metal, so that the single flap part is on the outside and seals the jamb. That's how our door was built originally, so we're going with that. Good luck by Loie B a
ANSWER: No video but easy to install by Michael A a
STAFF ANSWER: No at this time, sorry. What questions do you have about it ? by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have a brand new home with a Double Car Garage - Single Door with Automatic opener and my problem is the Gap on the sides of the Door rollers and the edge of the Garage Door Frame - It is 1.5 inches and large enough for a variety of vermin to get through. According to the Builder this is required by code for ventilation, but it is unacceptable to me. What product if any should I use to seal this area? by None N 3/19/2014
ANSWER: I think this product will do exactly what you want. The part that sticks out to cover your void is exactly 1.5," so you might have gaps in some places if your void is wider than that. Also keep in mind it is flexible, so if vermin are persistent they could potentially push past it. by Taylor S a
ANSWER: First of all the builder is blowing smoke. There is no code in requards to that. I would suggest adding trim to close up the gap and then use a standard exterior door seal to finish off the job. You can get those at Home Depot, menards or lowes by John S a
ANSWER: Sounds like the door opening was framed to wide for your door. With that big of a gap you may have to trim the opening with wood and add a nail on jamb seal. North Shore carries these seals. They are vinyl and are easy to install. by Jim E a
ANSWER: This seal is for commercial metal door frames, not used in homes.<br />This explanation of needed ventilation sounds bogus. If ventilation was needed they would not sell insulated doors and door seals!<br />The molded frame with vinyl flap is what is used, but it only fills maybe a 1 inch gap.<br />Good luck by CURTIS S a
STAFF ANSWER: That builder is FOS. But this product could work, or you can use the Stop Molding. by Matthew O a