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 rodentBLOCK Garage Door Bottom Seal Kits With Xcluder®. Now you do not have to worry if the seal will fit into the retainer on your door. We made these kits so the Xcluder seal can be installed on any garage door.
Benefits of this product include:
• Xcluder® Door Bottom Seals is compatible with any brand garage door.
• The aluminum retainer comes in different widths so you can match it to your doors bottom edge.
• The Kits are sold in a standard 9' Kit or 18' kit.
• Durable seals are almost impossible for the rodents to penetrate.
• 9' Kit Includes 2ea 4'6" sections of Retainer and one 9' roll of Xcluder® Seal & mounting screws
• 18' Kit Includes 4ea 4'6" Sections of Retainer and one 18' roll of Xcluder® Seal & mounting screws
• Seal is 4 inches in width laid flat
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 size you need. The retainer can be cut with a handsaw and the seal portion can be cut with house hold scissors if needed.
Xcluder® is a registered trademark of Global Material Technologies, Inc. Used by Permission.
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QUESTION: What is the minimum clearance required between the door and the floor? I do not have a threshold strip on the floor. The clearance between door and floor is approx. 1/2". Will this seal work? by Rob G 6/14/2017
ANSWER: I would say YES! by Brian H a
QUESTION: Can I use this kit to also seal the sides of my garage door, if not, what product would you recommend to seal the sides from rodents entering my garage? by Shawna J 1/24/2017
ANSWER: This is a bottom sealing kit, the original side seal has not had any rodent damage. What I have is a 2" pressure sealing rubber trim that is 40 years old and looks like new with paint on it. by Robert H a
ANSWER: Garage door that was supposed to be. by Tim I a
ANSWER: I don't believe that you will find this product to be the best for sealing the sides of a Raj door by Tim I a
ANSWER: We just used the regular door side sealant kit with the excluder rodent block on the bottom. So far so good. by Darci S a
ANSWER: It has worked perfectly and was an easy install on the bottom of my roll down garage door. I do not see how it could be applied to the sides on that my tupe of door. by edward y a
STAFF ANSWER: Shawna,<br /><br />I would recommend the stop molding kit for the sides of the door. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I have door that is only 7/8 thick and there is hardware near the bottom on the inside can I mount the verticle part of the "L" on the outside and have the 1/2 inch lip on the inside? by Dan H 1/2/2017
ANSWER: It sounds like you are planning to use the 1 3/8" kit, right? As long as you have adequate ie., 1/2" clearance inside, both on the floor and at the vertical tracks, then a 1/2" overhang should not be a problem. And if you do have a clearance issue at the tracks, you could trim the Xcluder Ell back enough to clear it. by Jim O a
QUESTION: do you install the retainer on the exterior or interior of the door? by None N 12/29/2016
ANSWER: Never actually ended up installing this, but I believe you attach it to the bottom of the door. by Paul C a
ANSWER: I installed mine on the inside. by ronald w a
ANSWER: The retainer I bought was a metal L shaped one. The long side was mounted on the interior of the garage door. It was not a one piece section so care must be taken to make sure the sections are butted up tight with each other. You will probably have to cut the last section to fit your door. When you install the bottom seal it helps to liberally apply silicone spray to the retainer channels before attempting to slide the gasket in place. Two people make this job much easier. by Steve G a
ANSWER: I put mine on the inside. Don't think it really matters by Lane L a