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ProSeal 10 ft. Garage Door Bottom Seal Insert Forms a U-Shape with 1/4 in. T-Ends
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ProSeal

10 ft. Garage Door Bottom Seal Insert Forms a U-Shape with 1/4 in. T-Ends

$13.34 /each

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ProSeal garage door bottom seals are made of durable weather resistant vinyl. The high quality PVC remains flexible at extreme low temperatures, providing a tight seal for your garage door. ProSeal locks out the elements by conforming to the shape of your garage floor. Helps save energy, by keeping your garage warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer. Replaces your existing Garage Door Seal. Fits into your dual track garage door channels with 1/4 in. channels.

  • Replaces existing seal
  • Measures 3.5 in. wide when layed flat
  • Designed for roll up garage doors
  • Made of durable PVC
  • Uses existing dual channel track with 1/4 in. channels

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10 ft. Garage Door Bottom Seal Insert Forms a U-Shape with 1/4 in. T-Ends
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How are these seals installed onto the botton of the door

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Yes, just remove old seals and slide into place. Cut to length as needed.
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The seal is simply slid into the channels in the bottom of your door, assuming you have a similar seal on your door that you are replacing, otherwise you will need to purchase the aluminum channels. In some doors the channel may be crimped in order to lock the seal in place, you may have to use a flat screwdriver or other similar tool to "open" the channel at the ends. Just slide the old one out and Read More
The seal is simply slid into the channels in the bottom of your door, assuming you have a similar seal on your door that you are replacing, otherwise you will need to purchase the aluminum channels. In some doors the channel may be crimped in order to lock the seal in place, you may have to use a flat screwdriver or other similar tool to "open" the channel at the ends. Just slide the old one out and slide the new one in. You can crimp the new one in place if desired, I left min loose - it stays just fine. Read Less
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July 26, 2016
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Just slip them in from one end after slipping out the old seal.
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April 27, 2016
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They slide into the existing track.
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April 26, 2016
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You will need to slide them in at the bottom of the door.
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What measurements are required to fit the U-shaped door-bottom seal?

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Raleigh, NC
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Make sure you check to see what size channels you have for the T-shaped ends. Look at what is in your door now and measure that seal. I guessed and went with a 1/4" seal and it is a bit small - it works OK however. Also, measure the length of your door to make sure you get the proper seal length. My doors are standard 10' and the seal was almost an extra foot long, so plenty of length.
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Allentown, NJ
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Measure the existing seal, or the T track itself from the end - so you are measuring the INSIDE of the T track itself. Also the width of the entire track, from outside edge of each T to get the width. Anything you install will be significantly bigger to create the 'loop' and fill the gaps below the door
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garage door bottom seal 10' long with 1.5" U shaped bottom
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December 16, 2015
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The overall length and the width of the seal that slides into the rail on bottom of door
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December 15, 2015
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Length of door and inside width of the tracks. Inside width of tracks should be 1/4".
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Please let me know what the width,height and depth means in proseal garage door seal

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I ordered 10' by 1.5" U shaped bottom seal, had it shipped to Loveland, Co. store and installed in four days.
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I purchased garage door bottom seal from Home Depot, had it shipped to Loveland, Co. store and installed a few days latter.
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July 1, 2015
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The width, height and depth depends on the width of your existing track.
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would like to purchase the aluminum channel too...need three

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February 12, 2016
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We do not manufacture an aluminum channel, only a PVC channel. It is sold as a kit. The item numbers for the kits are 54008, 54009, 54016, 54018 and 54020. To find these items, just search HomeDepot.com and enter the item number followed by "door seal", in the search bar.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Fit This was easy to install and adjust to fit my garage door. October 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Garage door seal - post installation results I needed to replace the garage door seal at the bottom of my aluminum doors. I have two 10' doors so I ordered two of these seals. The price was very reasonable compared to a local garage door company. It was easy to remove the old seal and install the new one, however the 1/4" "T" end should have been a bit wider (3/8") for my door. The seal works OK, however the material is quite thin (thinner than the original material) so it does not hold its shape well. I tend to get "folds" instead of a nice rounded shape. This causes the seal to "not seal" so well. Making adjustments to the height of the door when closed has helped some. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product This product was easy to install and no problems with it. Glad I went online to check for it. This is something that has to be replaced after so much time. October 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by If T is too wide take it back ASAP! The T was too wide for the channel in my door. I should have taken it back however I spent over an hour forcing it through the track. If the T does night slide easily through your track take it back ASAP! I returned the second one and went to local garage door distributor and purchased correct one for $8. It slid right in and took me less than 10 minutes to install. September 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked as advertised Worked well for me. Slipped the old worn seal out and easily slipped this new one in. Probably took 5 minutes. Looks like good quality but only time will tell. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Garage door bottom seal Very easy to install - provides great seal from elements (and critters). would definitely recommend to any DIY'er July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst purchase I ever made First of all the seal has 3/16" T-Ends, not 1/4" as advertised. Consequently the seal literally fell out of the rails in the door bottom. This happened 5 or 6 times until I finally glued it in place. I should have returned it because it is cheap, flimsy and poorly manufactured. April 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Seals the door I found the rubber to be too soft. Installation was a breeze, no soap needed to fit it into my channels. I have a Cloplay, pretty standard door. After a few days, it started working its way out of the channel, even after the ends were crimped. In order to keep it in, i had to crimp all along both channels. Don't know what will happen when i replace it again... probably need a new channel. I'll let you know in 5 years:) September 19, 2013
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