I was wondering if anyone can help me with my questions?
I have a garage door that is letting in tons of cold, and since I want to use it as a small workshop (personal) I need to fix this issue.
I have put drywall up on the walls and ceiling, and fully insulated. All that's left is the door issue - it seems to be a good few years old. In the darkened garage I can see a lot of daylight flooding in.
I stripped off the side and top weather strips, and put up some new stuff, seems to have helped quite a lot. But, it looks like the channel running the door rollers could do with being taken a little closer to the driveway side - any reason why I should not make this adjustment?
My main questions are regarding the bottom seal. Mine seems to be a channel of aluminum that clips into the door bottom, with the rubber attached. I was thinking about buying the Tsunami
product that sticks to the concrete, but my concerns are:
1. If my floor is not perfectly level will this cause issues?
2. Sealing the water out is great, but what of the snow dropping from the bottom of my car in a snowy Michigan winter - how will it now drain out?
3. This aside, any reason why I should not fill in the deep channels between my concrete sections? The just fill up with dirt and sawdust.
Guys, thanks in advance for any help.