When it comes to selecting a seal for the sides and top of your garage door opening, there are generally three types of seals for the job, flexible PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) flap seals, EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) rubber flap seals, and brush seals, typically made with polypropylene or nylon bristles. Most of these seals … Continued
Hit the reverse angle portion of the track with a shot of spray adhesive prior to slipping the reverse angle jamb seal on – this will help keep the jamb seal in place not only during installation, but for the long haul.
Astragal, it’s a funny word. When it comes to garage doors, astragal is the technical term for a bottom seal on a garage door. Bottom seals come in many different materials, sizes, shapes and colors based on the requirements of the application. Starting with materials, flexible PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is the most common material used … Continued