Garage Door Stop Molding Weather Seal Weatherstripping Door Kit

Garage Door Stop Molding Weather Seal Weatherstripping  Door Kit

Item# SMK
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Product Description

Easy to install, the Garage Door Stop Molding Weather Seal Weatherstripping Door Kit from North Shore Commercial Door is a great purchase for the homeowner. This weatherstripping door kit is available in nine feet and 18 feet and has door stops with a flexible vinyl flap. They are durable and won't break, crack or rot. Available in the following colors: white, hunter green, almond, brown, gray and sandstone, they can be painted if you choose to do so. Reduce your energy costs by installing this garage door stop weather molding weather seal. When you receive your order, you will get:

  • Be sure to select the correct kit size above (either 9' or 18' kit).
  • The 9 Foot kit comes with two pieces, one @ 16 feet and the other @ 9 feet.
  • The 18 Foot kit comes with two pieces, one @ 18 feet and the other @ 16 feet.
  • 30 weatherstrip nails come with the 9 foot Stop molding kit and 40 weatherstrip nails with the 18 foot Stop molding kit.
North Shore Commercial Door has been in business for over 35 years and we know how to keep your garage in top shape. A garage door molding weather seal can improve the look of your garage and help you save money. Our staff is knowledgeable and will answer all your questions. Order your Garage Door Stop Molding Weather Seal Weatherstripping Door Kit today.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: I need to replace my current garage seals and this is exactly what I am looking for. by V L 8/16/2014
COMMENT: To replace current weather stripping after I paint garage doors by William P 8/14/2014
QUESTION: For the top of my door I need a 2 x 3/16 piece to go along with this. I don't see this in the catalog? by Roger B 8/22/2014
ANSWER: Nope. Just attache the material to the jamb plate. I would recommend drilling a small hole for the ring shank nail to start in. The material is very tough and just pounding a nail through it is impossible. I would also recommend only installing it during warm weather. My installation was during the winter and the material expanded during the summer. This caused extreme expansion and bowing. I had to remove and re apply it. I used 2 inch self drilling screws and it worked darn good. Very nice seal between my new siding and garage doors. by Brett F a
QUESTION: Does this material get nailed/attached to another piece of material, such as a 1"x4", which is attached to the jamb? by Jack S 7/30/2014
ANSWER: My solution was to attach it to the trim that goes around the garage door opening. I then added a piece about 3/4" x 1 1/2" on the flat part that I attached to the larger trim piece. by Michael G a
STAFF ANSWER: This gets nailed to the perimiter of the Garage Door Entry way. by Matthew O a
REPLY: Please let me try again...<br />removed existing wood stop mold from door opening. It was attached to the door jamb. The rubber strip of the stop mold is embedded in a slot in the wood. So does this product replace the wood stop mold and rubber gasket or is there a mold piece still required? by Jack S r
QUESTION: What is the best procedure for installing the stop moulding Top first Sides How far apart to put Is there a video? by Tom H 6/11/2014
STAFF ANSWER: One Foot spacing on the nails. It does not matter which side is installed first. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Hi,<br />I'm confused with the diagram,I have 3 9ft raynor garage doors.Nine ft. tall with 7ft across and two 6inch angles. The weather stripping is all rotten,but it is nailed on with a narrow strip of wood all around done by the installer 14yrs. ago. What do I need to buy TO REPLACE and install new weather stripping.? by Eileen Q 6/4/2014
ANSWER: I installed some of this several months ago. This material replaces the weather strip, and the molding. Remove both, and install with the stiff back against the jamb, and the flap bent onto the door. In my case the flap did not naturally go where it was supposed to as the door closed, so I heated it with a heat gun a hair dryer may work. Since you have angles, I do not have experience with that, but likely you can cut small pieces to go on the angles. This material forms a better seal than any I have worked with, and really stops the wind. All you need to buy is three pieces of this material for each door, @ 9' each. The door bottom is something different. Good Luck. by Rob R a
ANSWER: I would remove all the bad wood first.Northshore's strip comes with appx.2" to2.25" trim with the actual rubber barrier part of this by David S a