Garage Door Weatherseal

Improve Energy Efficiency With Garage Door Weatherseal

Improved energy efficiency is the goal of today's home owner. One often overlooked way to further weather proof your home is to install garage door weatherseal. There is as lot of air leaking out and in around those big doors if they are not sealed. This is one project that is not hard for a homeowner to do that has big results for a small investment. There are many places to purchase garage door weather stripping kits with easy to follow instructions. Even if you have weatheseal around your door now, it may need replacing because it gets a lot of stress from the opening and closing doors and weather conditions.

This is a weekend project that will probably take less than a day. Garage door weatherseal can be purchased in a kit that includes directions and everything you need to install it. You furnish the hammer, tape measure and scissors. Always remove any old weather seal and clean and sand the area where the new stripping will go. Most stripping is vinyl or rubber and can be tubular in shape. There are different kits for the garage door bottoms, jams and headers. Get the right kits for you garage door and follow the directions carefully.

You can get inexpensive kits from your local Ace hardware store like Ace Garage Door Seal for $16.99 to $20.99 in black, brown or white vinyl in 23 to 30 foot rolls. It will conform to uneven door frames. They also have garage door bottom seal kits. Sears and Lowe's have Frost King rubber garage door bottom kits as well as garage door weather stripping. You can also find Pro Seal weather stripping and bottom seal kits at The Home Depot. National Hardware has many garage door weatherseal products including v7663 garage door weather stripping at 16 feet for $14.99. American Garage door Supply has a large variety of garage door hardware and weatherseal products for all garage door types and sizes. You can shop by phone or online with them.

Most garage door weatherseal products are under $20.00 per roll or kit, but measure your garage door to be sure you are getting the kit with enough product for your door. Follow directions carefully and place the weatherseal strips in the correct location to seal your door. Do not cut the weather strip until after you have installed it to prevent gaps. Properly installed garage door weatherseal will keep out hot or cold air, leaves, insects and small animals and moisture.



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