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Frost King E/O 3 in. x 108 in. Top and Sides Vinyl Garage-Door Weather-Strip
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Frost King

E/O 3 in. x 108 in. Top and Sides Vinyl Garage-Door Weather-Strip

  • Use on most garage doors to help seal out drafts,dust,water
  • Compatible with saddle thresholds/9 ft. Length
  • Rigid, vinyl-base section with a flexible, vinyl sweep
$847 /piece

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The Thermwell Products 3 in. x 108 in. Dual-Vinyl Garage-Door Weather-Strip Seal features a rigid, vinyl-base section with a flexible, vinyl sweep. The seal is designed to seal out drafts, dust, dirt and water around the sides and tops of garage doors. Proper insulation around the garage door helps turn that space into a work area in the winter.

  • Use on the tops and sides of garage doors to help seal out drafts, dust, dirt and water
  • 9 ft. Length
  • Compatible with saddle thresholds
  • Rigid, vinyl-base section with a flexible, vinyl sweep

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can it be attached using a brad nailer?

since i will be attaching the weather strip to the 2x6 inner wood frame of the garage, can 2 inch brad nails be used or will it go right through the vinyl?
Asked by: 71hotrod
No ,too thin ,will blow thru it.
Answered by: NL
Date published: 2017-02-28

can this b used on wood door not vinyl door

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, either will be OK.
Answered by: Skutr
Date published: 2016-07-06

Frost King E/O Dual-vinyl Garage door weather strip. What is the best way to install? Masonry screws or adhesive?

Asked by: Anonymous
If you are going into brick or concrete you could use small Tapcon screws. I'd countersink the vinyl and use a flat head Tapcon and cover the blue head with a dab of white silicone caulk so they don't stand out. Adhesive like silicone caulk meant for PVC or exterior liquid nails would also work, but you'd need to have a way to hold in place until it cures. Doing it that way is more work to remove if you ever need to replace a damaged section of weatherseal. I prefer screws for that reason.
Answered by: 60yearDIYer
Date published: 2016-12-08

Can this be painted to match the garage door?

Asked by: Shel
Yes.
Answered by: Tom3
Date published: 2015-10-17
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