Universal Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal Replacement Kit

Universal Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal Replacement Kit
Item# A2064
$34.98$34.98
Kit Size 1-3/8 inch Retainer:  Kit Size 1-3/4 inch Retainer:  Kit Size 2 inch Retainer: 
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Universal Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal Replacement Kit
Universal Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal Replacement Kit
Product Description

Bad weather and rodents are the bane of the condition of your garage. At North Shore Commercial Door, we have over 35 years of experience in assisting people keep their garages in perfect condition or repair them when they begin to show signs of wear and tear. With the Universal Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal Replacement Kit, you can ensure that your garage will be sealed from the elements and troublesome pests. This seal replacement kit has several advantages for the person who lives by the credo of "do it yourself." They include:

  • Ability to install on all types and makes of garage doors.
  • Flexible vinyl will conform to uneven floors.
  • Stays flexible to a temperature of minus 30-degrees Fahrenheit.
  • It is a universal aluminum and vinyl seal.
When you order, you will receive a nine foot kit of aluminum with two each at four feet six inches or an 18 foot kit with four each at four feet six inches. You will also receive the vinyl weather seal in a nine foot kit with one each or an 18 foot kit with one each and a four inch T vinyl weather seal. When looking for a Universal Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal Replacement Kit, your one and only destination is North Shore Commercial Door.

We know that garage doors are not all the same thickness. In an effort to help you order the best kit for your application we have designed our kits to be used on doors of various thicknesses and widths. We offer 3 different thickness of retainers 1-3/8", 1-3/4", and 2". Then we break it down even further by offering single door kits which consist of enough retainer and seal to do a door up to 9' in width or a double door kit that will cover a door up to 18' in width. If your door is not exactly the size of our kits they can easily be cut down to the side you need. The retainer can be cut with a handsaw and the seal portion can be cut with house hold scissors if needed.



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COMMENT: the old one was leaking by Patrick C 4/16/2017
COMMENT: appropriate replacement kit form size garage door by Wade P 4/15/2017
QUESTION: Would the vertical part bend a little to take up floor gap in the middle of garage floor? by Sandy V 3/27/2017
ANSWER: My garage floor is pretty flat. When the garage door is closed there is no gap between the floor and the rubber The weatherstripping appears to flatten a little in the closed position. by Cornelia M a
ANSWER: Not really, because it is made to be ridged. The vertical part is about 2 inches high, therefore this will not allow it to bend to conform to any differences you may have in your floor below where the door will close. The seal itself should take up any gaps, if minor, to seal. by Max M a
ANSWER: The rubber gives where flat stays round when to comressedEnter by Carol S a
ANSWER: It's extruded aluminum. It might bend a little, but I wouldn't try it. by Bill D a
ANSWER: The vertical parts can bend slightly but please note that would then cause an issue with the garage door seal to move smoothly across. I would suggest getting a seal used on the ground which might help. by Juan V a
ANSWER: Answer for Sandy V. : <br /><br />Not sure what you mean. But be advised, this part actually arrives in 3 foot sections. You attach them to the door, then slide on the rubber seal. <br /><br />Hope this helps, feel free to email with more specific questions. <br /><br /><br /><br />Steve Delaware by Steve U a
ANSWER: For the kit I used, the retainer/channel came in two pieces, about 5' each. When assembled, they meet in the middle with no affect on the seal coverage. But that might give you the opportunity to create some slight curvature to take up the gap created by the dip in the floor. It is aluminum, so it can probably take some reshaping, although it isn't going to give a lot. You may need to increase the number of mounting screws to help force it down to cover properly. Thinking about it some more, you could cut slots in the vertical if a more radical bend is needed. Again, with more mounting screws to hold the curvature, the gasket would conform if the pressure was consistent when the door was closed. by Don K a
ANSWER: yes it will bend or compress as long as the door compresses the outsides so the center meets by Michael S a
QUESTION: What part of the track do you measure for seal size? by Ron C 9/16/2016
ANSWER: Measure the thickness of the door. by Bill D a
ANSWER: I measured each portion, metal part and rubber part, separately. by Steve U a
ANSWER: FRom my experience you measure the bottom of the door from corner to corner. The track gasket would need to be approximately 1 to 2 inches longer than the wide of the door and you would tuck it back to fit. by Juan V a
ANSWER: The real size is measure the width bottom of the "L" channel and order how long you will need of the gasket depend on how wide is your garage door. by thanh n a
ANSWER: I am unclear what you are asking. As is shown in the ad on line, this is L shaped and fits on the bottom of the door. the door thickness will give you what size kit to order. My doors are on a commercial warehouse, so they are big. I got the 2" wide retainer. The door was pretty bent up. so I did the best I could in mounting the retainer. Once bolted in place, the seal slipped right in and it has held up well for a year now. by Don K a
QUESTION: my metal door panel is 1 1/2 thick should i buy 1 3/8 or 1 3/4 retainer kit? by Thom p 9/13/2016
ANSWER: I would by the slightly narrowed one. The angle is really just a means to secure it to the door and hold the seal in place. The bulb does the actual sealing and being 1/8" narrower won't effect the bulb sealing action by RICH B a
ANSWER: I would go with the 1 3/4. If it sticks out 1/4 inch on the inside you won't notice it. If you go 1 3/8 the bottom of your door won't be completely protected. This is what I did and I am very happy with the results. by John G a
QUESTION: Best way to install ultra rubber seal in L- Bracket ? by None N 9/7/2016
ANSWER: After removing the original rubber seal as much as possible I simply clamped the new seal in position, drilled holes thru both the bracket & existing door flanges and attached using stainless steel sheet metal screws. Easy to install and seals very well. Highly recommend this product. Bill by William M a
ANSWER: I wet the channel with water in a spray bottle rubbed dish soap on the seal and it slid right in. by Ernest C a
ANSWER: i had to drill holes thru it and into the garage door. my aluminum garage door wasn't flat , so there was some gap, it was best to move it around and find the most level area , then drill the holes. by brian m a
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