Questions about: weatherstripping

I planned very hard to have a double sliding barn door installed as part of a basement finishing project. In order to leave space for the baseboard and quarter round which will be exposed once the doors are closed, we put in a header and side trims e
Yeah, I had that type of bottom on one of my other garage doors. The big center slot was meant for a compression fit seal that I couldn't find a replacement for. I ended up filling that slot with this being modified
The quality, care and attention to detail are second to none. Every project I have given them has come below budget, and above expectation. The work is flawless, I have no complaints about Frameless Shower Doors, from the customer service, to the del
I would like your suggestions/experience/opinions on designing steel windows+patio doors, using hollow sections (RHS as they call them) and angle sections. The window style I have in mind (but can not afford to buy and transport to my country) are th
When you are surveying the windows in your house, you may think about the glass, locks and the trim, but not a moisture barrier. This can be a mistake as making sure to include some kind of moisture barrier ensures that water, moisture and vapor cann
Looks like your door may have two independent seals (white & black). The black possibly was retrofit but the white may have been original. If the old worn white seal can be removed, then you may have left a type of "rabbetted" jamb
Exterior doors should be airtight. That's very important for home energy efficiency. Pay attention to the gap at the bottom of your exterior doors (front, back and side doors)