Unfortunately, a door's weather seals, if it has any at all, can rip, compress, bend, or wear out over time, leaving chilly winter air free to enter or expensive air-conditioned air to leave. Fortunately, attaching new weather seals is a straightforward exercise, far cheaper and faster than installing a new door. Any well-sealed door requires two components: weatherstripping, which covers the sides and top of the door, and a sweep, which fills the space between the threshold and the door bottom.
Welcome to the Weather Stripping Store, where you'll find great prices on a wide range of different weather stripping for DIY and professional use. Skip to main content. Weather Stripping Welcome to the Weather Stripping Store, where you'll find great prices on a wide range of different weather stripping for DIY and professional use.
Raven Products Pty Ltd is an Australian company that designs and produces world leading door seals, window seals, rubber weather strip, nylon brush strip, fridge seals, window cleaning squeegees, aluminium extension poles, DTAC tactile ground surface indicators, stair edge, floor edging, threshold ramps and much more! Established inRaven Products is an Australian family company that invents, designs and distributes its leading range around the world. Raven design and produce world leading door seals, window seals, rubber weather strip, nylon brush strip, fridge seals, window cleaning squeegees, aluminium extension poles, DTAC tactile ground surface indicators, stair edge, floor edging, threshold ramps and much more! Throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific, leading hardware groups, home centres, hardware independents and variety stores have relied on Raven for its consumer range of Do it yourself, Door seals and Window weather sealing products.
Part of your standard maintenance as a homeowner should be to check doors, windows, and garage doors for gaps in the weatherstripping. Old, damaged or completely absent weatherstripping means that your home could be leaking cool air in the summer and hot air in the winter. So, ready to start weatherstripping?
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Choose a type of weatherstripping that will withstand the friction, weather, temperature changes, and wear and tear associated with its location. For example, when applied to a door bottom or threshold, weatherstripping could drag on carpet or erode as a result of foot traffic. Weatherstripping in a window sash must accommodate the sliding of panes — up and down, sideways, or out.
Often found around doors, windows, and enclosures to prevent dust and water from entering or prevent heat from escaping. Form a seal in the joint where two surfaces meet. Includes weatherstripping for double doors, overhead doors, and dock doors as well as door drip guards and threshold ramps.
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