How do you seal the bottom of a garage door?

Are you tired of dealing with air, water, dirt, snow, leaves, critters and mice entering under the bottom of your garage door? Mice only need an opening the size of a pencil to get into an area.

The fact is that, over time, the original seals on a garage door can break down and your concrete floor may have shifted, cracked or settled – leaving openings that can cause infiltration problems and cost you money through increased utility costs. In some cases, a rubber lower seal loses elasticity very quickly, meaning a gap can form in minimal time.

There are numerous potential DIY solutions to the problem, but none works better than the unique design of the SnirtStopper system (snirt is the dreaded combination of snow and dirt entering under your door). The BottomSealer is self-adjusting, fits perfectly the first time and you don’t need to remove your current seal.

Additionally, there is the SideSealer to give you a completely sealed garage or shop area.

A sealed garage is a warm garage, which means a more comfortable home at a lower utility cost.

If you are tired of dealing with a dirty and wet garage floor and costly utility bills, check out our website, StopTheSnirt.com, to learn more about this great new product. Or give us a call at 800-250-5502.

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