Inexpensive garage door weather seals from North Shore Commercial Door will reduce energy bills while protecting the contents of your garage from costly invasions of pests, dust, dirt, rain or flooding. These easy-to-install garage door bottom seals will block cold and hot drafts that can drive up your energy bills at your home or business. The tight seals block rodents and bugs. We negotiate lowest prices on all top brands for DIY garage door weather stripping for garage door bottoms, for top and side section seals, or to seal uneven thresholds. We let you order residential or commercial garage door weather stripping by the foot to avoid paying too much for what you don't need.
Garage doors are very large, and while all come with a bottom seal to keep out water, wind, dirt, and unwanted intruders, the seals themselves can break down over time. In more extreme cases, the concrete floor or driveway apron under the door can shift, crack, or settle, creating large gaps under the door that standard seals can't cover. The flexible material compresses when the door closes, sealing the gap along the floor to keep out water, dirt, cold breezes, and critters. You'll know it's time to replace the bottom seal when you can see daylight below the bottom of the door when it is closed. Wood garage doors typically use a simple strip-style seal with angled edges that seal against the front of the door and the floor.
Weatherstripping works together with your entry door to seal off the interior of your home from exterior elements. On a Larson screen door, the weatherstripping at the base of the door consists of a rubber strip, or sweep. These are replaceable. Replacing a worn or damaged sweep will help eliminate drafts, prevent moisture infiltration and keep unwanted pests outside where they belong. Open the door and prop it open while you work.