Door Martz

Door Bottom Sealing Strip

Weatherstripping doors, operable windows, and other movable building components can save homeowners money by reducing utility bills.

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Door Seal
SAVE HEATING AND COOLING BILLS MORE THEN 20%

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About the Door Martz Product

Applying Weather stripping

Here are a few basic guidelines:

  • Weatherstripping should be applied to clean, dry surfaces in temperatures above 20°F (-7° C).
  • Measure the area to be weatherstripped twice before making a cut.
  • Apply weatherstripping snugly against both surfaces. The material should compress when the window or door is shut.

When weatherstripping doors:

  • Choose the appropriate door sweeps and thresholds for the bottom of the doors.
  • Weatherstrip the entire door jamb.
  • Apply one continuous strip along each side.
  • Make sure the weatherstripping meets tightly at the corners.
  • Use a thickness that causes the weatherstripping to press tightly between the door and the door jamb when the door closes without making it difficult to shut.

For air sealing windows, apply weatherstripping between the sash and the frame. The weatherstripping shouldn’t interfere with the operation of the window.

Door Seal

$3 + shipping

Door Gap

$3+shipping

Air Draft

$3+shipping

Sealing Strif

$3.00 - no shipping

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For air sealing windows, apply weatherstripping between the sash and the frame. The weatherstripping shouldn’t interfere with the operation of the window.

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Door Sealing Strip

size-37"

Door Seal

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Door Gap

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