Rodents are a common problem for people with garages at home or their place of business. North Shore Commercial Door understands the concerns that pests like rats and mice cause. In order to prevent these problems from escalating, we offer Xcluder Door Bottom Seals.
Benefits of this product include:
- Xcluder Door Bottom Seals are compatible with both our aluminum and plastic bottom seal retainers.
- The seal is soft and can be placed on roll-up and overhead garage doors to keep these troublesome pests out of your garage.
- Sold by the foot
- 4" (four inches) Wide with a one-quarter inch T, they suit the commonly used T bottom retainers
- Durable seals are almost impossible for the rodents to penetrate.
- Able to withstand the coldest and hottest weather conditions, these seals are great for homes, restaurants, schools, hotels and anywhere that food is stored.
- They can cut the loss of heat and air conditioning to reduce energy costs.
- It slides into the track at the bottom of the garage door.
Our friendly and knowledgeable customer service staff is here to answer your questions. Don't leave your garage unprotected from rodents. Buy your Xcluder Door Bottom Seals from North Shore Commercial Door today.
- This is for the SEAL only. (T-Seal style holder track sold separately (retainer))
QUESTION: I have a 2" gap at eitherr end of my garage door as the floor is somewhat bowed. Could I use this with a rubber threshold to cover that gap? by drew b 2/6/2017
ANSWER: Sorry but I did not have good luck with this product on an uneven cement floor. It is much stiffer than regular rubber ones and does not conform to the uneven floor. Mice are winning here, still. by D.Mae C a
ANSWER: Simply put..:I can't see why not! The reason being is because you have to "thread" the material into the bottom of the door into a "channel." Therefore allowing the installer to control the length. by Rick G a
ANSWER: Not 100% sure but the rubber peace does hang down about two inches . Hope this helps . by darrell l a
STAFF ANSWER: This will hang down 2 inches and should cover the gap. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: Currently have a HAAS garage door and the mice are beginning to eat the seal at the bottom – The door is 1 year old New Construction and has the black vinyl molding not aluminum with the seal slid into it I believe – Would you recommend I just purchase the Xcluder Rodent Block Garage Door Seal 7.00/foot Material or purchase the Xcluder Rodent Block Garage Door Replacement Kit ?? Have not tried to slide out the existing weather strip however assume it does slide out – Thanks for any feedback at you leisure – Jeff Monti by None N 9/26/2016
ANSWER: We just installed the door seal. Took 2 men and patience/time. It's supposed to be the best out there for the rodent seals. Can't get it in Canada had to get it through the USA. time will tell, but do whatever you have to to keep the rodents outs - the damage they do to property and nerves is worth the money spent. by Darci S a
ANSWER: You need to determine if your bracket is the same dimensions as the Xcluder bracket first, then the choice is clear. by tom g a
ANSWER: I have not unpacked my purchase yet however it will probably be very tough to slide a piece of this over this distance especially with the door installed. by Robert H a
QUESTION: What kind of lubricant can be used to help install? by None N 7/31/2016
ANSWER: soap and water by Robert L a
ANSWER: Use some hand dishwashing soap. by Jon L a
QUESTION: The vertical part of the retainer won't lie flush against the inside of my garage door, because the brackets for the lowest wheels are in the way. I could either cut a few inches off the vertical wall of the retainer, or I could install the retainer with the vertical wall on the outside. Advice on which to do? by l a 7/30/2016