Easy to install, the Garage Door Stop Molding Weather Seal Weatherstripping Door Kit from North Shore Commercial Door (Item# SMK) 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. Available in the Following Colors
QUESTION: what is the best product to seal the sides and top of the garage door? Maximum sealing! by Anthony V 11/30/2016
STAFF ANSWER: This would be the product. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: What is the best way to cut this material? by Carl C 6/25/2016
ANSWER: we used a standard box cutter and/or pocketknife by Lindel M a
ANSWER: tin snips works great, that is what I used and the weather stripping works great. I put in on all 3 of my garage doors and worked great. Be sure and lay it all out in a strait line and warm temp..I pre drilled the holes and used screws and not the nails that came with it and i had all done in about a hour .Measure carefully not to make a mastake by allan j a
ANSWER: Use a small square, score with a sharp utility knife and then bend at the score. You may have to make a couple swipes with the knife before bending. by Hipshooter H a
ANSWER: Utility knife by Jan R a
QUESTION: Which side faces out? Grooved side or smooth side? by Carl C 6/25/2016
ANSWER: Smooth side faces out. Grooved side is up against garage door. by Ron I a
QUESTION: should you leave a gap at each end of each piece and should the nail head protrude above the surface? by Leroy D 6/4/2016
ANSWER: No gap is necessary. The weather stripping doesn't seem to expand and contract much at all. As for the nail heads, this is very tough plastic. You can tap the nail head down. by Thomas F a
ANSWER: I did not leave any gaps between pieces and set the nail heads firmly to the surface. by Jack S a