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10' Garage Door Threshold Seal 4.6 5 79 79
no more floods We purchased and installed this item several years ago because rain kept coming under the door and making puddles. This type of strip is not available anywhere else (my neighbor has been trying to buy it locally and has wasted a lot of time looking.) It was easy to install and has worked perfectly in keeping out water and drafts. Now years later it is still in good shape. I highly recommend this product for any garages which have rain or wind coming under the door! October 7, 2011
Kept out the sand during a Haboob About three weeks after installing the garage door threshold we received a terrible Haboob (violent sand storm). The threshold kept the dirt from blowing under the garage doors and into my garage and it appears to be keeping bugs out as well. It just forms a tighter seal. I recommend the threshold. October 24, 2011
designed for a purpose This product was an answer to to stopping water entereing our garage every time it rained..We are very happy with the find October 24, 2011
My garage strip I was very happy when this strip came. My son and grandson put it in for me and they were very impressed with how it performed. Now I don't have to listen to my garage door slam down and the seal is secure. Keeps debri from blowing in under the door. Thanks for a great product. October 24, 2011
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Will this seal work with a garage door opener? We are concerned that it will cause our door to go up once it comes down on it thinking something is in the way of the door. We have an uneven floor so are hoping that this seal will help with filling in the areas that are open and are allowing water and dirt to get into our garage. Just want to make sure it will work with our garage opener before purchasing.
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Yes, it does work with an automatic garage door opener. I didn't have any issues with my door. The instructions do state that you may have to adjust the level of your garage door opener.
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Yes it will work with a garage door opener. I had to adjust the limiter just a little, but works fine.
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Most automatic garage doors work with an electric eye that "sees" vertical obstructions. The threshold is horizontal, under the door itself, so it doesn't break the the electric eye beam and cause the door to go back up. We have a crack in our concrete floor and the floor is the original 1949 concrete so is not pristine. The two tubes of glue that are provided have a high viscosity (thickness). I squeezed some into the crack and then applied the rest as the diagram showed (around all four sides of the "pattern" you draw around the threshold prior to using the glue and then down the middle where the threshold will go. When I laid down the threshold and lowered the garage door, the glue was squeezed flat and made a total seal under the threshold. I don't believe your floor's uneveness will be a problem, given our experience.
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The threshold works on my mother-in-law's garage door and she has an opener. The threshold is only 1/2" thick so your door should close ok. As far as filling in the uneven areas, I'm not sure. You may have to get a new rubber seal for the bottom of your door to help with the uneven issue. Good luck!
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The Seal works perfectly fine with Garage Door Openers. We have experience with three different Models of Openers and each Threshold Seal worked the same. As for your uneven floor, you may have to do some leveling so that the straight run of the garage door bottom fits snuggly into the Threshold Seal.
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Thank you for your question. Electronic garage door openers have an electric eye that sees a potential block and will automatically stop if something is in the way. That electronic eye can be moved by the owner and set at a level where the threshold will not be perceived. This may not be necessary on your garage as the threshold potentially will rise 1/2" above an even floor. If your door does go back up on its own after the threshold is installed, you probably need to adjust the "down" setting on your garage door opener. Just turn the "Down" adjustment screw to the right or clockwise to decrease the downward travel if the door closes and then opens after making contact with the threshold. Adjust the control one complete turn at a time until the door will close and not open on its own.
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is this a cup like piece or flat?

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Thank you for your question. The Garage Door Threshold Seals are wedge-shaped. Please refer to the instruction tab for an illustration.
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