Windsor P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal

Windsor P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal

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Product Description

North Shore Commercial Door is your home for the Windsor P-bulb garage door bottom weather seal. These seals are sold by the foot and are designed exclusively for Windsor garage doors. This P-bulb weather seal fits 240, 224, 575, 730, 735, 790, 775, 730CHD, 750CHD and 755 series garage doors. The P bulb seals are made from a black vinyl compound for strength and durability. The total height of the seal, including the P, is 1 ¾ inches.

Installing this seal is not too difficult. North Shore recommends the installation to be done by two people, one feeing the seal and one pulling it through the channel. In addition, you can be assured that you are using the proper seal if your old seal looks like the P-bulb seal. The age of your Windsor garage door does not matter because Windsor has only ever made one size P shaped bottom seal and this product, item number WINDSOR-PERFT, is it.

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

• Total height of seal including "P" is 1-3/4"

• "P" bulb width is 1-1/4" O.D. with a height of 1-3/8" O.D.

• Made for Windsor garage doors

• Fits 240, 224, 575, 730, 735, 790, 775, 730CHD, 750CHD, and 755 series garage doors and many more

• Made from a strong, black vinyl compound

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: This is the type I currently have. by Fred F 11/25/2015
COMMENT: It was what I needed and they had it by keith l 11/23/2015
QUESTION: I have a clopay door which needs to have the bottom weather seal replaced. It is a one piece design similar to the Windsor P Bulb seal, however, mine is flat. I will assume its flat because of the door being closed all the time. Is the windsor P Bulb seal a suitable seal for a Clopay door? by Shannon T 10/12/2015
ANSWER: The difference in the weather seals is how it is put on to the bottom of the door. If your door only has one channel to run the strip through to attach this is the correct one. When the door closes the large bottom piece collapses flat to the floor. Make sure when you install that it is the entire width of door or maybe a little extra so no gap when door is closed. by Barbra L a
ANSWER: I would assume so. The old ones tend to get flat over time, then they don't keep the air and water out as well. As long as it is the P-bulb slot you should be fine. by Kimberly B a
REPLY: Kimberly if I recall, I'm at work now, both sides of the slot are close to being even and the slot is on an angle, maybe 30* or so. Is there a downloadable set of instructions I can look at before I invest in this? by Shannon T r
REPLY: I would suggest contacting a garage door company and asking if they have any scrap P bulb pieces left over from jobs They probably will and you could probably get a little piece for free and see if it will slide in before you would order one by Kimberly B r
ANSWER: Can't answer your question. All i know is that it worked on my Windsor Door bottom by Richard J a
STAFF ANSWER: Now a days you could have any track on any door. The best way I can help you out and recommend a seal for you is if you could send me a picture of your current seal. Also if you could take the picture of the side of the seal so I can determine the bead of it and a picture of the end of your track where the seal slides into would help me greatly. Taylor@<a href="" target="_blank"></a> by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I have an 18 year old Windsor garage door model 575. I think the old seal is a bulb for the groove. do you think the P seal will work?<br />thank you<br />dale by None N 9/23/2015
ANSWER: Hello, my double garage door #575 is also about 18 years old and the P seal worked well for me. It installs best on a warm day so the seal is malleable enough to slide into the groove and along the bottom of the door. Good luck by Carol S a
STAFF ANSWER: Please send me an email with pictures of your current seal from the side and a picture of the track as well to Taylor@<a href="" target="_blank"></a> And I will be able to better assist you. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Will this seal fit a model 426 Windsor door ? by Field H 9/1/2015
ANSWER: My garage door is a Windsor model and the seal fit, but I could not find a model number anywhere on the door. However, I Googled "seal for model 426 Windsor garage door", and the results showed that what I bought will fit your garage door. Hope this helps. by paul e a
ANSWER: Yes. Word of caution, when cutting it to length leave a little extra on the ends as it tends to shrink after a while. I assume it stretches out when installing it then settles back to original length after the door is opened several times. Hope this helps. by Marlin S a
ANSWER: Yes, If the profile matches the profile of your existing door seal. The P-bulb shape has to fit the channel already in your door. by JOHN R a
QUESTION: How to install Windsor P-Bulb? by None N 8/30/2015
ANSWER: Raise your garage door and stop it at a height that's comfortable for you to work with. Slide the old seal off it may require a little muscle depending on how long the seal has been installed. Clean the seal channel, rub a very light oil on the part of the seal that fits into the channel at the bottom of the door so it can slide in easily without the oil it requires some effort, so the oil will help, begin at one end of the door and slide the seal until it reaches the other end, then trim off the excess. Hope this helps. by paul e a
ANSWER: It just slides in the channel on the bottom of the door. It is easier with two people. One to push it through and the other to gently pull it. by Laurie W a
ANSWER: Installation was fairly simple despite my garage doors beat up condition. My grip was not very good on such a small item so I used pliers to first pull out the old strip. Working from the outside of the door, I made the starting edge a little wider by slightly bending out one side of the channel with the pliers on the first inch or so. Then I slid the beginning of the new strip in and used my pliers/some muscle to pull it through the channel to the other side of the door. After it was through and trimmed to fit my door exactly then I used a hammer to tap the part of the channel I widened back into place. by Cassidy E a