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ProSeal 20 ft. Garage Door Bottom Seal Insert Forms a U-Shape with 1/4 in. T-Ends
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ProSeal

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

  • Seals garage door to keep out water, dirt and debris
  • Soft pliable PVC seal conforms to your garage floor
  • Fast and Easy Installation
$23.02 /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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20 ft. Garage Door Bottom Seal Insert Forms a U-Shape with 1/4 in. T-Ends
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Can you give me the dimensions of the T-end. I'd want to make sure that they slide into the garage door bottom channel.

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Canton, OH
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3/16"
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Upstate New York, USA
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July 13, 2016
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1/4 inch - be careful - check the old seal some are 5/16 and the 1/4 will probably fall out of the grove if the original seal was 5/16. Even if you get the right dimensions for the T it still may not work if you need a thicker area underneath the top of the T which keeps the seal from moving sideways and falling out.
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Palm Desert, CA
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April 19, 2016
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The T-End actual dimension is 3/16" despite the claim that it is 1/4". Consequently, the seal will not stay in place as you raise and lower the door. The quality is unacceptable.
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Palm Desert, CA
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The T-End is 3/16" and the channels in the bottom of the door are 1/4". The produce installs easily but falls out even more easily.
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Dublin CA
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August 25, 2015
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The T end is 1/4 inch and slid in very easily.
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Surprise, Arizona
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August 11, 2015
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They are 1/4".
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July 10, 2015
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The T-Ends are slightly less than 1/4", and are designed to fit into a track with a 1/4" opening.
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what is the width of the seal

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Coral Springs FL
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September 3, 2016
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The seal comes flat. It's very flexible rubber and will fit any door. You bend it when you install it. Also, place it in a bucket of soapy water prior to installing, it will slide a lot easier.
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Arizona, USA
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Was about 3 3/4 inches when laid flat. makes about a 1 1/4 loop when installed on a standard door.
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Dublin CA
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August 25, 2015
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The total width is 3 3/4. It settles at the width that the door stops. Mine is about 3/4 and is flexible enough to mold to the shift in my garage floor.
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August 16, 2015
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3.5"
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August 15, 2015
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The width of the seal is 240 inches or 20 feet.
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what do I measure to determine the width?

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August 23, 2015
I measured the track and it is about1.5" wide. Is it ok to buy a new seal that is between 1.5"-3" or do I need to stick within my measurements?
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Palm Desert, CA
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My door is 2" wide but I would not attempt to put the seal on a 3" door.
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Chandler,Az
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February 10, 2016
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Remember, that the seal hangs down from the track after being installed to make a seal on the bottom of the door. This seal will work for you. Be sure and lubricate the old seal before trying to remove it. It will slide out much easier.
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Dublin CA
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The seal is flexible, so the larger seal will just close and bend.
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August 25, 2015
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You will need a seal that is at least 3" wide to bend outward and create the U-shape.
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what gap between door and floor will it fill will it?

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The flange on my door is two inches wide
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The 'U' formed by the seal is approximately 1" at center. The material that forms this 'U' is meant to collapse as the garage door closes to the ground. Most all garage doors rest on the ground with some weight and that will most likely be enough to flatten the seal.
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September 8, 2016
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Approximately 1.5".
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About two inches. Depending on how old your garage door operator is, you should be able to adjust the travel distance to make it work for you. Check out your manual on your garage door operator for instructions, or get your make and model number off your unit and check online. When installing the new seal, put it in a bucket of soapy water first, it'll slide into the track a lot easier.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 109 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Tough install - How to make easier I found that the recommended way to install was impossible for me to do alone. I can see that it may also be difficult even for two - for a number of reasons. 1. I really don't think that 16' (in my case)of this stuff can be slid through the tracts (using soapy water too). It pops out of the tracts at the insert end and anywhere else as you try. Here's my method to help us guys trying to install this stuff: NON SLIDE METHOD: I installed when the garage was in the utmost open position, standing on a ladder facing the garage dr. bottom (horzontal in front of me). I then attached 5 bar clamps,at equal distances along door bottom (16' door) (have lower clamp screwed all the way back, then snug the bar closed and tighten clamp. You need enough clearance through the clamps to slide the seal through and be able to work the seal freely. I then pulled the seal through the open space of the clamps spaced along the entire length of the door. btw make sure your garage dr. opener is unpluged! Now starting with the lower track, place the lower foot of the T into the track. Note: by folding the seal up, the upper foot of the T will snap in to place. Proceed for all sections between and under the Bar clamps themselves (see photo attached). Check that the entire lower T is set before proceeding to the upper T. The upper T is set into the track in the same way that the lower T (insert the lower foot of the T first. I found that I could pop the upper T-leg into the track if I pressed the center of the U then pushed the seal upward. Remove bar clamps, trim ends, plug door back in - Done! This proved MUCH - MUCH easier than the recommended method. You do need the bar clamps however... Hope this helps. MikeL October 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to Install and does the job The old seal on this door was virtually non-existent. This was a perfect fit, easy to install and adjust to fit the door. October 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by t-ends will not stay in groove. fixing daily October 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not as think as the original seal but it got the job done. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The seal was installed in less than 5 minutes. So, easy to install, keeps out dust, keeps out mice. I hope it lasts a long time. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The door seal is excellent Pliable material easy to install. I have it on a 10 foot wide commercial overhead door and so far it holds its shape and has sealed the bottom of the door from draft and insects. October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product The seal was easy to install. I would have said this was an excellent product if it had been a little thicker. It was just too flimsy. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Garage Door Seal I first bought the seal carried in the store. Could not get it to slide into the garage door base. Ordered the 1/4" unit on line and completed the job in no time once the seal was received. September 6, 2016
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