Weatherstrip

Weatherstrip seals the sides and top of your door. High quality, properly installed weatherstrip helps keep your house warm in the winter and cool in the summer, lowering your energy bill. It also serves as a first line of defense against pests. Our weatherstrip fits into standard wood door jambs with 1/8" kerf (slot).

FAQ

How do I seal the gap in the corners?

We recommend using a weatherstrip set in combination with corner seals to fully seal the sides and top edge of your entryway.

What door brands or types work with this weatherstripping?

Kits replace (or upgrade) the original weatherstip on residential steel, fiberglass, and wood doors. Fits many door brands including Pease, Stanley, Taylor, Mastercraft, Perma Door, Castlegate, Masonite, Therma Tru, Jeld-Wen, and many others. Just check to make sure your jambs are made of wood and that you have a 1/8" "kerf" or slot cut into your jambs.

How often should weatherstripping be replaced?

For best seal, weatherstrip should be replaced every 8-10 years, or when it becomes torn or deformed.

What is your weatherstripping made of?

Our magnetic and compression weatherstripping is made from high-quality thermoplastic rubber (TPE). TPE combines the best properties from plastic and rubber
for a tight, durable seal. Our foam weatherstripping is made of a high density, moisture resistant foam with UV and tear resistant jacket.

I have steel jambs/my kerf is larger than 1/8"

Some doors with steel jambs need 1/4" kerf weatherstripping, which is unfortunately not available. We recommend caulking or stapling our foam weatherstripping into place.

I don't have a kerf (or slot) to receive weatherstrip

You can cut a 1/8" kerf into your jambs (best option for the long term) or try and find an adhesive insulation solution at your local hardware store.