Taylor Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal

Taylor Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal

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Taylor Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal
Taylor Garage Door Bottom Weatherseal
Product Description
At North Shore Commercial Door, we know how conscious you are about keeping your home in great condition and your costs at a minimum. This is why we offer Taylor garage door bottom rubber seal.

Benefits of these rubber seals include the following:

Designed function in extreme weather conditions from minus-50 degrees Fahrenheit to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Is designed to fit Taylor Garage Door bottom retainers.

Made of a sturdy grey vinyl.

Used on one piece or sectional Taylor Garage Doors
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COMMENT: Recommended by your salesman. by Stephen J 9/8/2017
COMMENT: Purchased to replace an aging garage door sweep. Couldn't find one anywhere in Canada, or in the U.S. that would sell/ship to Ontario at a reasonable price, except here. by Derrick L 1/19/2017
QUESTION: how long is this product? 16' Feet? by bruce g 9/7/2017
ANSWER: I bought 16' for old Taylor door--I expect that longer pieces are available. by salvatore c a
ANSWER: It's sold by the foot. If your garage door is 16 ft, then you need to order 16. by Herbert J a
QUESTION: I have. Taylor model 2400 garage door that needs the rubber strip on bottom it's a 2 car garage do they still sell the rubber? by Antoinette C 9/6/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Please send a picture of your current seal to Support@northshorecommercialdoor.com by Taylor M a
QUESTION: How did you know if your garage door was a Taylor? This item looks quite a bit like my old weatherstrip. I would hate to buy it and find out it doesn't fit.... Bob by Bob S 9/24/2014
STAFF ANSWER: You can purchase a one foot sample. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Hi does this just slide in ? by None N 6/6/2014
ANSWER: Lubricate with spray canola or WD 40 and it slides pretty well. by Nancy C a
STAFF ANSWER: Yes, it slides in from the end. by Matthew O a