Windsor P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal

Windsor P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal
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Windsor P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal
Windsor P-Bulb Garage Door Bottom Weather Seal
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 Model 240, 224, 424, 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 Windsor model 240, 224, 424, 450, 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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COMMENT: Exact model that I needed by Dave A 8/22/2016
COMMENT: availability by donald t 8/20/2016
QUESTION: how can i figure out if my garage door is a windsor garage door or not? It is sectional and has 4 panels. by Preet S 8/3/2016
ANSWER: Look for a label on the backside of the door. If its missing just look at your existing door seal to see if the bead that goes into the slot is shaped like a P, if so this is the seal you need. If its shapped like a T chances are its not a Winsor door. Sometimes its necessary to actually pull the seal out of the track from the side of the door to view the shape. Hope this info was helpfull... by Paul L a
ANSWER: Look at the strip on your garage that your replacing and see if it matches the one you're buying grooves and all. If the strip matches your strip, it will fit. This method worked for us. by Autumn F a
STAFF ANSWER: You should have a tag on the door that would say Windsor. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: My door has the Windsor Black P bulb seal and I would like to know how close the slot in my door should measure compared to the .297" P shape of a new seal? by Jesse W 7/4/2016
STAFF ANSWER: The windsor P bulb has never changed still same size as the original. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: We have mini storages. Have used t-moulding before, will p-moulding work? by None N 5/30/2016
ANSWER: Depends on the slot at the bottom of the door. I think it should fit but I would try one with a T., instead of the P-molding one. by Clinton F a
ANSWER: We used P Molding since it was an exact replacement on my doors.. It is best to match the recommendation of the door manufacturer and model number to make sure it will fit properly. We are very satisfied with the P Molding and will always use it. by George H a
ANSWER: No by david d a
QUESTION: Mine came flattened and shooting forward, toward the front of the door. It drags on the sides and doesn't seem to make a good deal. I taped it back to be inline with the door but that didn't make a bit of difference after a week of being taped. How can I reshape it??? Heat? by Cody M 5/2/2016
ANSWER: we left ours laying out in the sun to warm up prior to installing. That may be too late now unless you can take it out of the track and reinstall on a hot day after it has reshaped itself in the sun. by Alberta M a
ANSWER: I'm not sure, but sometimes this helps on deformed rubbery products. If you have a large metal washpan, take the seal off the door and put it in the washpan with Very Hot water for about an hour. It may go back to it's manufactured state. by Andy F a
ANSWER: Yes. I live where the temperature reaches the mid 90s. It fixed it self. by Thomas W a
ANSWER: I bought the P-bulb seal in 2014 and it was also flat because it came rolled up. As I remember, it took a little time for it to resume it's natural shape on its own. You say it drags on the sides, Did you cut it to be even with the edge of the door? It isn't supposed to protrude past the edge. If you are having colder temperatures, it may take a little longer for it to assume the proper shape. Be patient and it should be fine in a while.<br />Good luck<br />Mark by Mark Z a
REPLY: Thanks Mark. I installed those lips that keep debris from coming in the sides where the frame meets door and it drags on those. I'm going to be patient, thanks for the reply by Cody M r