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  • PVC is resistant to harsh climatic conditions
  • Tight seal for the garage door as vinyl works at low temperatures
  • Flexible enough to mold into the shape of garage door
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ProSeal garage door weather seals are made of durable weather resistant PVC. The PVC contains UV inhibitors which will ensure they remains soft and flexible and will not deteriorate from exposure to the sun. The high quality vinyl 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 door. ProSeals can easily be painted to match your home. Helps save energy, by keeping your garage warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer.
  • Galvanized roofing nails included
  • Made of durable PVC
  • Paintable
  • Remains flexible at extreme low temperatures

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Product Height (in.)0.8 inProduct Length (ft.)36 ft
Product Width (in.)2.2 inSeal Length (ft.)36 ft


Garage Door Part/Accessory TypeGarage Door SealGarage Door Seal TypeGarage Door Top and Side Seal
Product Weight (lb.)3.8 lbReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty90 Days

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  • 4.2
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3 car garage install
I installed this product on two seperate garage doors. The total time of install only took me 1 hour 20 minutes with only a hammer and a razor blade. I opened the garage door during install and started with the top edge. I took the smaller edge of the stripping nailing to the inner edge of fascia board of garage opening allowing the bigger portion of the stripping to rest against the actual garage door once it was installed. I started on one end nailing every 6 inches pulling the stripping tight and aligning it with the inner edge as you can see in the picture. Once i got the end of the door i cut it using a razor blade which was pretty easy and effortless. One thing to note is after install, the garage door was having a tough time to close because of how tight the stripping sat against the gargae door when trying to be closed. I found that after manually closing the door and after a few hours the stripping molded to the door now allowing the garage door to be closed like normally before and had no problems closing the door with a remote or garage door button inside. Prior to install the inside garage would lose roughly 10 degrees of temp per 1 hour until it equaled outside temps. Now ive notice its losing 10 degrees roughly every 3 hours now. I just ordered insulated panels for the garage door to finsih this project off and im thinking the temp lost will double again and will be lost every 6hours once i finish the panel install on the doors themselves. I will leave a review on that product as well.
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    3 found this review helpful
    Went on easy and does a good job of insulating. I installed this as part of a "make over" of the...
    Went on easy and does a good job of insulating. I installed this as part of a "make over" of the garage door including insulation (R8 kit from Home Depot), a new bottom seal. the garage is noticeably cooler than before and very pleased. The only negative is that is took 2 coats of quality Sherwin-Williams paint to properly cover it.
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    • Recommended
    5 found this review helpful
    Pleased So Far
    I was looking for a weather seal fro my garage door which faces west. This is the only product I found that you can paint. I looked everywhere and it can only be had at Home Depot online. I read the reviews and installation suggestions. My recommendation is to follow the instructions and nail the seal with 4 inch spacing. I tried the suggestion of using staples and it did not look good, so I pulled the staples and used the nails. There were a couple of spots where I did use staples to supplement the nails to get the best seal. Doing the overhead is the hardest part of installation. Due to the configuration of my trim work, I had to cut my seal in order to get the best fit. It painted up nicely with two coats. The test of time will tell if this holds up to the hot Texas sun in the afternoons. For now I am pleased with the seal and the look.
    • DIY
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    • Recommended
    13 found this review helpful
    Ugly result
    The product is intended to provide a seal around the sides and top of a garage door. It is made of a rubber-like material. Any bend -- even the slightest -- in installing the material results in a pucker that will be very difficult to disguise. Instead, use available products where the soft lip is attached to a stiffer board-like mounting edge.
    • DIY
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    15 found this review helpful
    • Verified Purchase
    • Verified Purchase
    Heavy Duty & Paintable
    Great heavy duty product. Seals well and took a couple of coats of Rustolium spray primer/paint very well.
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    Works well
    It was hard to maneuver by myself to install. Works great though. Paint didn’t stay on wel after two coats.
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      Worked as it should. Good product!...
      Worked as it should. Good product!
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