No, first time garage woodworking workshop owner :) At our old house
the door was one solid piece that swung up so the only drips possible
were at the edges which isn't a big deal and only having a car in there
I couldn't care less. This door is in sections so the drips come
through those gaps and get much further into the garage and all over my
tools. Just wondering if there was a way to prevent it.
The only practical way I can think of would be to build some sort of
drip tray below the rails. I suppose one could be fabricated from
sheet metal. It would have to be low enoug to clear any operating
mechanism of course.
In my garage it wouldn't work. The cover would have to cover the
entire width of the door as it drips through each section
crack...whoops, does it? I'll have to pay more attention the next time
it is raining. I sure do get dripped on getting in and out of the car
replying to dpenney, Ron Holterman wrote:
I made a product that will help you, I have been a service tech in the garage
door industry and after years of seeing problem. Free to test for me very easy
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