Bulb-type bottom weather seal

Bulb-type bottom weather seal

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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# 408544-0001
$4.00$2.80
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
# of feet:
$4.00$2.80
Bulb-type bottom weather seal
Bulb-type bottom weather seal
Product Description

The Bulb-type bottom weather seal is an excellent addition to your garage and is available from North Shore Commercial Door. In business for over 35 years, we know garages and how to help customers to improve their business or home's efficiency while cutting costs. A garage weather seal can keep the cold air out in the winter and reduce heating expenses. This rubber seal is made for Series 194, Series 591, 593, and 595 as well as others. Advantages of this weather seal are that it:

  • Consists of a tough black EPDM synthetic rubber.
  • Is resistant to extreme temperatures.
  • Is sold by the foot.
For durability and effectiveness, you can't go wrong with the Bulb-type bottom weather seal. We at North Shore Commercial Door take pride in our products and superlative customer service. If you have any questions, we're available online or over the phone. We ship anywhere in the U.S. and will even ship internationally. For all your garage equipment needs, you'll come to us again and again.

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COMMENT: Fits my garage door by Sean O 10/6/2017
COMMENT: Replaces a discontinued style acc. to response to a customer question. by Bill A 10/5/2017
QUESTION: I have 15 ft overhead door that uses the thermacore bulb weather seal. Are there any problems I should anticipate when installing the new strip or does it just slide in easily? by john c 6/14/2016
ANSWER: it might take a little effort, but it should slide place once you start the install by Brad O a
ANSWER: Easy to do, just put some lubricant on it first. Some soap or silicone. I also put some dryer sheets in the ends to keep rodents from chewing it. by Richard S a
ANSWER: We had no problems installing the product. Make sure the area is clean and spray some liquid silicon to ease it sliding in grove. A door this size, it is easier having two people so that it does not snag. You may need a screwdriver to open the grove, and a form of mallet to lightly tap the grove closed. by O N a
ANSWER: Clean slot real good with small wire brush and oil slides in real nice. by KEN W a
ANSWER: No major difficulties, you'll figure it out and get it done. Two 9 foot doors here in Colorado. The old weather strips took some force to remove as I recall, which gave me concern about the reinstall. I sprayed the metal door slot with silicone lubricant and the new seals slid in easily. Leave a little extra length on each side to seal out rodents, I cut mine to door width and had to add some other rubber trim at the door jambs to close the gap. by Kevin M a
QUESTION: I have a 15 ft Overhead door that needs the bottom weather strip themacore bulb 1" replaced on the last 2 inches on either side due to rodent damage. Do i need to replace all 15 feet or can I just do 2 short 6" sections on either end? by john c 6/10/2016
STAFF ANSWER: We recommend replacing all 15ft by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I have an overhead door I have spoken with another on line retailer and they recommended Bottom weatherseal for the Overhead Door Thermacore 1 3/8" thick series garage doors. You have a much better price so I want to be sure that this is the same. Our door is 11/2 inches thick? by Kathleen B 8/3/2015
ANSWER: it will work by william p a
STAFF ANSWER: Yes this is the right Thermacore seal for you. Thank you for contacting North Shore Commercial Door by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have an Overhead door that is 18 years old and the seal is similar to this one but the rectangular shape at the top is more of a square and the bulb has a 'tail' near the bottom. Someone suggested it was an old TH1 seal. Will this product work as a replacement? by Mike S 5/6/2015
ANSWER: Looks like the right one. Our garage doors were older—circa 1978, and this worked fine. by Frank R a