It is important to install a weather strip in your garage in order to keep the weather out. Also, it is effective to prevent insects and rodents from sneaking through the crack between the bottom of the door and your driveway. Especially if you have an attached garage, garage door weather stripping will keep the cool air in your home in the summer and the warm air from leaking out during the winter.
Installing weather stripping to your garage is not difficult; you can do it simply using some easy steps. First, you can remove any old garage door weather stripping including the staples that were used to hold it on. After that, you can lift the garage door to measure its width. Lay your weather strip on a clean and dry garage floor and make sure to keep it as straight as possible. Mark the measurement you have taken form your garage door on the weather strip and cut it to the length. If cutting is finished, you can staple one end of the weather strip to the bottom of the garage door and move it across the bottom of the door. Place the staple every 3 inches while keeping the weather strip on a straight line. If there is any overlapping weather stripping from the end of the door, you can trim it.
Those are some easy steps you can do to install garage door weather stripping your own. Now you can keep your garage from the weather anytime. Whenever you find the weather stripping doesn’t work, you can replace it with a new weather stripping to keep out the weather. Make sure the installation is finished properly to make the weather stripping works effectively protecting your garage in any weather. So, whether it is cold or hot, your garage will always get a better temperature.