Garage Door Bottom Rubber Seal

A common component in your garage door is the weatherstripping providing protection.
With the weather seal, it keeps out moisture and dirt.
But when that bottom rubber seal is damaged, don’t worry, as you can get a replacement here with us.
You can install it using a retainer channel or nail it to the door.
The best part is you find them in various designs to seal the bottom of your garage door.
We have a selection of aluminum and vinyl bottom seal retainers. 

Garage Door Bottom Rubber Seal Calgary

Bottom Rubber SealWith the proper weatherstripping in place, you can see a savings of up to 40 percent on your energy bills.

Get a Same-Day Service With Us

Is your garage door bottom rubber seal damaged from weather conditions? When the rubber fails, you can feel comfortable knowing that B&W Garage Doors Calgary provides a same-day repair service.
We will send our technicians to you with the necessary tools to replace it, getting it back in working condition again.
We even do same-day emergency garage door repair services for all in the Toronto area. 

Replacing The Garage Door Bottom Rubber Seal

DIY Garage Door MaintenanceWhile we do not recommend DIY solutions, there are ways to replace the rubber seal, but there is always the chance you can get it wrong.
So instead of going the DIY route, our experts will be there in no time to replace it for you.
But if you have the experience and tools, you can do the following:

  1. First, take the measurements of your garage door, measuring the thickness, width, and height. When buying a garage door stop with a built-in sealing lip, you will need them. Also, add some V-strip weather stripping with a tube of caulk and a small wood sealant if you have wooden doors. Finally, add a rubber threshold for an adequate seal. 
  2. Remove the old bottom seal retainer to install the new one by prying it out using a flat screwdriver and cutting as needed. Next, clean the bottom section and cut your new rubber sealant using a knife. It will take some time to slide the rubber in. For wooden doors, the seals are nailed and will need a wood sealer and preparations beforehand. 
  3. Next, install your threshold and the stop. Ensure to clean the concrete and let it dry, then install the threshold after you measure and mark where the door sits when down. Remove the old one and install a new stop if needed. 

Does this sound like too much work? Then contact us as we can get the job done for you fast. 

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