How to Install Boer Garage Guardian Nail On Bottom Seal
Having trouble installing the Boer Garage Guardian Nail On Bottom Seal or any similar bottom seal installation?
What is a Garage Nail on bottom weather seal?
Garage door bottom seals are essential components that help to keep your garage and the items stored inside it safe and secure. The Garage Door Land Nail On Bottom Seal is a high-quality option that is designed to offer superior protection against wind, rain, snow, and other elements that can seep into your garage.
This bottom seal is designed to be easy to install, even for those with limited DIY skills. The nail-on design means that you simply need to nail the seal onto the bottom of your garage door, making it a fast and hassle-free process.
The Garage Door Land Nail On Bottom Seal is made from a durable and flexible material that is designed to last for many years, even with regular use. This means that you can enjoy peace of mind, knowing that your garage is protected from the elements.
In addition to offering protection, this bottom seal also helps to improve the overall energy efficiency of your garage. By preventing the elements from entering, it reduces the amount of energy required to maintain a comfortable temperature inside your garage. This can help to lower your energy bills and reduce your environmental impact.
This bottom seal is available in a range of sizes to suit different garage door widths, so you can find the perfect fit for your door. It is also available in a range of colors, so you can choose one that matches your door or garage aesthetic.
In conclusion, the Garage Door Land Nail On Bottom Seal is a must-have accessory for any garage door. With its easy installation, superior protection, and energy-efficient design, it is the perfect choice for anyone looking to enhance the security and efficiency of their garage.
How to Install them:
1. Remove Existing Weather Seal
Using a hammer or a pry bar remove any existing weather stripping from
your garage door. Remove any nails or screws. Hammer in any stubborn nails
flush with the bottom of the door.
2. Clean Garage Door Bottom
Using a wire brush or similar clean off any debris or imperfections that may be under the garage door. A clean surface creates a better seal. For better protection sand the bottom of the garage and seal with wood sealer before installation.
3. Measure and Cut New Weather Seal
Measure your new weather seal to the length of the garage door. Once measured rim any excess pieces as necessary.
4. Install Weather Seal
With the lip of the weather seal facing inside the garage, start securing the weather seal to the garage with the nails provided or other fasteners you may use. Space the nails appropriately across the length of the garage to ensure the weather seal is secure.
5. Check Weather Seal
Once installation is complete. Check the area for any loose nails. Clean out any extra dust or debris that may be trapped during the installation. Once satisfied, close the garage door to check the seal. If there are any gaps adjust the garage door motor to complete the seal.
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