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When looking at garage door solutions, two main questions may arise. What are garage door seals and are they worth the money? Buying a garage seal can have a range of benefits and can solve a number of issues from water entry to draughts. Here is why you need a garage door seal with answers to some common questions on how you can seal your door.
Simply put, a garage door seal is a strip of varying material placed along the door threshold. The garage seal will close the gap when your door is shut, keeping out anything that might enter through that gap.
If your garage door leaks, installing a garage door weather seal can help to weatherproof your space. Installing this along the threshold can help keep out rainwater and any excess groundwater that may be entering your garage. Keeping this excess water out can also help to prevent mould and damp from damaging your belongings.
Garage door seals can also keep out any unwanted pests such as mice, with the garage door bottom seal blocking anything from passing through. Fitted draught excluders such as felt weatherstripping work to stop heat escaping from your home as well as preventing leaves from blowing into your garage through exposed gaps.
The type of door seal you will need depends on a range of factors including what you would like it to do. Every type of garage door seal will help prevent leaves and dust from entering underneath the door frame but it is important you choose the right size and style for your frame. The following are some of the most common types of door seals offered here at JA Seals.
Brush strip seals are the perfect way to close the gap between your garage door and floor. Brush strips are commonly used to stop rodents, leaves and dush from entering your garage.
Garage door multi seals are a great all-round tool to weatherproof your garage with a range of lengths for garages of all sizes. These can secure and seal any gap up to 25mm and come with extra-strong adhesive tape for ease of fitting. Their flexible rubber extrusions lend themselves to a wide variety of applications.
These garage door seals are used to close the gap at the bottom of your garage doorway. They are particularly effective for sealing your threshold against light, noise, dust, smoke, wind and rain.
Simple to fit, a rubber garage floor seal will create a watertight seal along the bottom of your garage door. These are particularly good for preventing draughts in your garage.
With a range of cost-effective door seals on the market, fitting a seal can be a quick and easy way to weatherproof your garage, as well as dealing with any other unwanted problems. If you are looking to use your garage for anything from storage to a workroom, it is well worth investing the small amount of money door seals cost to prevent problems down the line.