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When it comes to garage door seals, garage door brush strips are ideal for preventing dust ingress and pests from entering your garage. But what are brush strips? And how do they work for your garage? Our complete guide to brush strips for your garage answers these questions and more.
Brush strips are a method of sealing a garage door or other door against external elements. Garage door brush strips are commonly fitted to the underside of a garage door to seal the garage door edge against unwelcome intrusions such as dust and leaves. Brush strips can be used on entrance doors, garage doors, weighted factory entrances and more in both domestic and commercial settings. Brush strips are also sometimes used in cable management to provide a safe cable opening in server cabinets and seal the openings to prevent under-floor contamination.
In short, yes garage door brush seals are worth the money and effort of installing them. Garage door brush strips help to keep your garage space free from dust, leaves and pests such as birds and rodents who may be able to enter into your garage space through gaps in the garage door. Garage door strip brush seals can also help prevent excess water from entering into your garage and causing issues to anything housed inside of your garage.
As well as stopping things from entering your garage through the gaps in the garage door, garage door brush strips can also help with the energy efficiency of your home. By sealing up the additional space in your garage door you will be helping to stop heat from escaping through the open space. This in turn can help lower your heating costs caused by heat escaping through your garage as well as being more environmentally friendly.
Here at JA Seals, we offer a wide range of brush strips to suit any purpose. Whether you are looking for domestic brush strips for your home or industrial brush strips for your business, we have a range of options and sizes to help. Why not view our brush strip collection here to find out more about the types of brush strips we supply? Alternatively, if you have more questions about our range, or questions about brush strip seals in general, contact our team now.