Garage Door Bottom T Vinyl Weather Seal 3-3/4"

Garage Door Bottom T Vinyl Weather Seal 3-3/4"

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.
Item# FR-375
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
# of feet:

Product Description

Garage door bottom seals are an important feature on garage doors and North Shore Commercial Door Co. has these T Vinyl weather seals in stock. These 3 3/4" seals fit garage doors manufactured by: Amarr, Arm-R-Lite, CHI, Clopay, DBCI, Deldon, Gadco, Martin, Raynor, Richard Wilcox, and Safeway garage doors. You must make sure the T portion of the old seal is the same dimension of the seal sold by North Shore which is 5/16".

The T rubber seal is constructed using durable, black EPDM synthetic Vinyl. The advantages of using these seals is that they stay soft and flexible to temperatures to 65 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, they conform to uneven floors with over one inch compression, contact ensures a tight seal, you will save money by reducing energy loss year round and these seals can be installed quickly and easily. North Shore Commercial Doors sells these seals by the foot so when ordering, you will need to specify the number of feet that you are purchasing.

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

• 3 3/4" in width

• T Height is 5/16", T width is 1/16"

• Stays soft and flexible to -65°F

• Conforms to uneven floors with over 1" compression

• Contact insures tight seal

• Saves money by reducing energy loss year round

• Installs quickly and easily in just minutes

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Wasn't easy to find the product I needed. Local hardware stores don't have the size of a seal I needed and this company had the best prices online. by Nikolai M 8/31/2015
COMMENT: best value, comes by the foot, so can cut to fit without wasting a lot of extra product, I have more than one door 3 to replace so this adds up. by Kim L 8/29/2015
QUESTION: Robber or vinyl? by None N 6/15/2014
STAFF ANSWER: Vinyl as stated in the item title.... but it is "rubber like" by Matthew O a
REPLY: The second paragraph of the description says "The T rubber seal is constructed using durable, black EPDM synthetic Vinyl.". Thus the question "rubber or vinyl?". I am no expert, but I think EDPM is synthetic rubber. Please advise. by Mark B r
QUESTION: is item# FR-375 SEAL available 3" width ? by None N 6/3/2014
ANSWER: I do not know if it comes in 3 inch. It has been a while since I purchased mine. I first bought one of those will fit ones from Home Depot and it would not go in the channels on the bottom of my door. After much trying and choice words I came in and got on the computer and found the product that you are inquiring about. I found a size that listed my brand of garage door and I ordered it. Well when it came I had it installed in about 15 minutes. It fit to a tee. Made of good material and very reasonably priced. by Charles S a
STAFF ANSWER: No , but we do have the EPDM T rubber in three inch. The size of the "T" is 1/16" different. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: my door has a 3/16 T & will not accept 1/4<br />does anyone make it with 3/16 T? by Ray S 5/15/2014
STAFF ANSWER: If your T is that size it will be best to buy the universal kit that we offer. by Matthew O a
ANSWER: Not to my knowledge anymore. Use the 3-3/4 seal then adjust the door closure to accomodate the the pressure. by Ralph N a
QUESTION: The title says vinyl. The description says EPDM Sythentic Rubber. I am looking for something thats good in the cold and doesnt get really hard. I have 5/16" t slot and I think the 1/4" would fall out. Your 1/4" slot seals say EPDM. So do you have a 5/16" t slot thats rubber and not vinyl? by Nick O 3/16/2014
ANSWER: I watched a few YouTube videos of installing a bottom garage door seal that helped ! by joe k a
ANSWER: I watched a few YouTube videos of installing a T end channel type of a bottom garage door seal that helped ! by joe k a
ANSWER: Nick - <br /><br />I live in AZ and I purchased the vinyl weather seal. It is very flexible and I don't believe that it will harden up in the cold weather. I know what cold weather is since I am from Upstate NY : by Robert S a
ANSWER: I don't know what polymer it's made from, but I bought the 5/16 a few years ago for my home near Boulder CO and did not have any cold weather issues. Winter temps there frequently go below 0 F. And yes, you definitely want the 5/16" NOT the 1/4". The 1/4" will tear out of the slot. by John O a
ANSWER: Hi Nick O !<br />You are correct regarding the 5/16" t slot. It must match<br />the t slot dimension of the metal support bar on your door or the rubber seal will fall out. The FR-375 seal I purchased from North Shore was a perfect fit.<br /> <br />EPDM rubber is rated for a temperature of -65*F and +300*F.<br />You should not have any problem with this seal in your environment. Take your time with the installation and all should go well. by Ernst H a
ANSWER: I've had this seal for almost 10 months, through a harsh winter. The seal has stayed pliable throughout and seals fine. It seemed a little loose on installing it in the grooves, but it has stayed put. It's tricky for one person. You have to pull a little, then straighten it out, push a little. It sometimes slips out of the groove and you have to work it back in. Once it's all in though, it stays put. by Norman G a
STAFF ANSWER: This is vinyl... sorry for the confusion. by Matthew O a