WAYNE DALTON Garage Door Weather Seal
Bottom Weather Seal for Steel WAYNE DALTON Garage Doors
Click the link below for an overview of garage door weather seal.
This is genuine Wayne Dalton Weather Seal.
This weather seal if for Wayne Dalton doors only.
See the photos, this weather seal has unique ends that slide into the
bottom retainer of the garage door.
This is not the standard T style seal nor is it a round bead seal.
This weather seal is exclusive to Wayne Dalton doors.
There are two things to look at in order to determine
if this is the correct weather seal for your door.
One, pull out and cut off a small lenght of the existing weather seal,
look closely at the ends of the seal that slide into the retainer on the door.
Next, Wayne Dalton usually stamps or puts stickers on the
edge of the door. It is a good idea to look at both of these, the existing
seal and the edge of the door.
To make matters more confusing, Wayne Dalton also uses the more common
T style weather seal on some doors so it is imperative that you check the existing weather seal.
3 – 1/8 “wide over all
Bead is approx .145″
Length is approximately 4” longer than the lenght listed.
MADE IN THE USA
If you have a situation that requires a wider seal, or if there is a gap issue that
will not be corrected with this standard weather seal, consider replacing the bottom retainer to a
more standard 1/4″ T style. That will allow you to use a wide variety of types and styles
of weather seal. We stock many different bottom retainers and a wide variety of weather seal in the common 1/4″ style.
Easy to install, remove old weather seal, clean and straighten the bottom retainer if needed.
Check the ends of the retainer, they may have been pinched at time of original install, open those ends up if needed.
Spray lubricant into the channels of the retainer. One person guides the seal into the tracks, one person pulls the
weather seal. Do not stretch the weather seal tight, move it along the bottom of the door until it is not
being stressed or stretched, cut off any access and lightly crimp the ends of the channel
to hold the garage door bottom weather stripping in place.