Top and side garage door weatherstripping seals come in a variety of styles.
PVC Stop Molding nails to the outside frame of the garage door. When the door closes, the flap on the stop molding presses against the door to provide a tight seal around the sides and top of the garage door. The PVC Stop Molding comes in two widths: 2" and 2-5/8". The 2" stop molding comes as both hollow and solid. The only difference in the design is that the hollow stop molding has some space between the garage frame and the outside of the stop molding. Both styles of 2" PVC Stop Molding come in six colors: almond, brown, gray, green, sandstone, and white. The 2-5/8" wide PVC Stop Molding is hollow and comes in brown and white.
Another type of garage door weatherstripping seal is the Rigid Vinyl Reverse Angle Jamb Seal. This secures to a piece of angle iron just outside of the garage door. The flap on this weatherstripping seal points back to the garage door. When the door is closed, the flap on the Ridgid Vinyl Reverse Angle Jamb Seal presses against the garage door to make a tight seal. This weatherstripping comes in four different colors: brown, grey, white, and black.
We also sell a flap seal that secures to the top of the garage door. This type of weatherstripping comes specifically for Step Rabbit and Tongue & Groove garage door sections, but there is also a universal weatherstripping seal that we sell. Most of the top flaps that we sell are single flaps, but we do sell the Dual Flap Top Seal for Tongue and Groove sections. All of the top flaps come in black.
On steel rolling garage doors, you can install a clip-on seal. One side secures to the vertical angle iron or c-channel guides. The other side has a flap that seals the door.