ProSeal™ Garage Door Bottom
1. Remove existing garage door bottom seal, if applicable. Attach track to garage door bottom by
starting at far left edge of the garage door.
Position the track so it is flush with the outside edge of garage door
(edge closest to the street when the door is closed). Using a power drill/driver, install one screw
½” from the edge, through the center of the track and into the garage
door. Install the next screw
approximately 6” from the previous screw. Continue installing the screws with the last
screw ½” from the opposite edge, of the first track.
2. Next, line up the second track, flush with the first
track, so the channels lined up perfectly.
If this is the last track to be installed, before attaching to the
garage door, check to see if you will need to shorten the track. If so, use a
hack saw to cut the track to the desired length, so it is flush with the right
side of the garage door. Install the
first screw ½” from the end closet to the first track and continue installing
the screws, as described above. Repeat
this process until you have installed all of the sections of track.
Tip: Mix a bucket of water with some liquid dish
soap or liquid laundry detergent. Place the seal in the soapy water and pull it
out as you install it into the track.
at either end of the garage door, insert both of the ¼” T-ends, attached to seal,
into the track. Next, slide the seal
into the track, all the way to the opposite side, so that the seal is
protruding 2” beyond the end of the track.
Now, tuck the excess 2” piece of seal, back into the U-shaped
opening. This will lock the seal in
place. Finally, trim the opposite side
down, leaving 2” protruding and then tuck it back into the U-shaped opening.
Garage Door Adjustments
For wood garage doors, if the track hits the garage floor
or driveway when closing, adjust the garage door upward, so the track does not
roll up doors, if the extra thickness of the Garage Door Seal
causes the garage door opener to automatically reopen, adjust the opener at the