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Freedom Pet Pass Energy Efficient Dog Door, Wall Mount, Large
Freedom Pet Pass Energy Efficient Dog Door, Wall Mount, Largeby Freedom Pet Pass(3)
$377
The Freedom Pet Pass wall-mounted dog door gives your dogs the ability to come and go as they please while keeping your home comfortable and draft-free. New Construction Ready Freedom Pet Pass wall-mounted dog door was engineered to meet code and building best practice requirements. They're the only pet doors that meet California's stringent Title 24 building code requirements. Designed to install like a window, the Freedom Pet Pass wall-mounted dog door allows for proper sill panning and can be tied into the weather barrier system using the included nail fin. Energy Efficient The Freedom Pet Pass dog door was designed from the ground up with energy efficiency in mind. The unique 2-in-1 DoubleMag flap system gives a complete face-to-face magnet seal around the entire perimeter for the pet door. These aren't a couple of flimsy magnets struggling to hold a flap in place like most other dog doors, this is a truly airtight seal - independently lab-tested and verified to be seal 15X better than the requirements for an Energy Star human door. The frame is made from rugged and insulating cellular PVC, which has 3000X more R-factor than the aluminum used in the frames of other so-called "rough weather" dog doors. MADE TO LAST Freedom Pet Pass dog doors are built with pride in Michigan, USA from high-end materials and are meant to last for the long haul. The combination of the elements and constant use by dogs (especially big ones) puts a dog door's construction to the test. The Freedom Pet Pass line of pet doors has been meticulously engineered for long-term function and performance, using premium materials like marine-grade canvas, cellular PVC, industrial TPO, and commercial-grade SBR. SIZING GUIDELINES XL Door - Great Danes, St. Bernards, Newfoundlands - Pet Opening 16'' wide x 23'' tall - Rough Opening - 21-1/8'' wide x 29'' tall Large Door - Labs, Golden Retreivers, Boxers - Pet Opening 11'' wide x 17'' tall - Rough Opening - 14-1/2'' tall x 21-1/2'' tall Medium Door - Beagles, Jack Russells, Cocker Spaniels - Pet Opening - 9'' wide x 13'' tall - Rough Opening - 12-3/4'' wide x 17-3/4'' tall Small Door - Shih Tzus, Yorkies, Havanese - Pet Opening - 6'' wide x 10'' tall - Rough Opening - 9-3/4'' wide x 14-3/4'' tallRead More
Pet Doors, Air Tight and Energy Efficient, Large, Wall Mount
Pet Doors, Air Tight and Energy Efficient, Large, Wall Mountby Battic Door Energy
$379
Energy Efficient Pet Door Installs Easily in Your Exterior Wall. Wall mount includes pet door, complete instructions, and a locking security door. The first and only energy efficient pet door that does not leak air into or out of your home. We offer the most energy efficient pet door. Dogs love that it is easy to use and you will enjoy saving money. Available in 4 sizes for any size dog or cat! Easy to train your pet to use! Installs easily into any wall! Large, Pet Opening 11 x 17. Rough Opening 14 x 21_. Installs easily into your exterior wall. Detailed Installation Instructions Provided. If you are going to cut a hole into your door or wall shouldn't the pet door look great and provide an energy efficient seal Our Pet Doors are the most energy efficient pet doors on the market and are easy to install. Door can be locked from the interior for security. Door Mount vs. Wall Mount Door-mounted doggie doors are what most people imagine when they think of a dog door. The main advantage of this traditional style of dog door is that it is fairly easy to install. If you look at our installation videos, you can see that anyone with some modest home improvement skills can install a Freedom Pet Pass door-mounted dog door. The main drawback of a door-mounted door is that it lacks the flexibility offered by a wall-mounted unit. Door-mounted units are limited in their location to exterior doors. They also cannot accommodate many of the pet-friendly situations that wall mounts can. The final slight drawback is that a door-mounted dog door is slightly more expensive than a comparable wall mount though installation costs for a wall mount can easily overwhelm that difference. Advantages of door mounting include: Easiest type of installation Dogs typically accustomed to location Disadvantages of door mounting include: Limited choice of location in house (exterior doors only) Limited options for where pet is let outside Slightly more expensive than wall mount Our door mount installs into standard exterior doors measuring 1 3/4" thick. Trim and locking security panel included. Includes: 1" thick rigid vinyl security door mount frame with flap system completely assembled 1 3/4" self framing rigid vinyl door mount trim Durable acrylic security door with knob and locking pin Trim Mount Screws Installation tips, training tips, and warranty Wall Mount Many people don't realize that wall-mounted dog doors are even an option. However, wall-mounted doggie doors can open up a world of possibilities because you are not limited to human doorways for where your pets come and go. Wall mount doors give your dogs their own entrance and exit that can be customized to meet their and your needs. They easily accommodate ramps and steps. They also allow for limiting your dog's access on one side or the other of the door, a crate on the inside, a fenced-in area on the outside, you are only limited by your imagination! The main disadvantage of wall mounting versus door mounting is the skill level required to safely cut and finish an opening in your home's wall. Some fairly serious home improvement skills are needed to install and trim out a wall mount door. We don't provide detailed instructions for wall mounted doors because every wall and house are unique. If you can't immediately visualize how you would install a wall-mounted doggie door, you should probably budget for having a professional do the installation. Advantages of wall mounting include: Flexibility where the pet door is located Option to put ramp and/or steps for pet Ability to limit access to specific areas of house and/or outdoors Disadvantages of wall mounting include: Professional installation recommended. Wall Mount is the same as Door Mount without the trim. Benefits: Here are some benefits of having a pet door according to industry experts: Health! Pet can go outdoors to "use the facilities". It is very uncomfortable for your pet to hold it for extended periods of time. Helps keep your pet active enabling him to stay fit and trim exercising outside throughout the day. The outdoors provides your pet with mental stimulation which helps keep your pet alert. Reduces problem behavior resulting from boredom. Boredom results in problem behaviors such as compulsive chewing of objects in your home. Freedom can improve pet confidence and attitude. Safety! Provides for an emergency escape for your pet from danger inside such as a fire or dangerous intruder, and from danger outside such as unpredictable weather. Protection! Allows your pet to check on unusual noises. Allows your pet to scare off intruders. Convenience! No more scratches on your doors or walls. Fewer accidents indoors. Less barking. Fewer walks are necessary because your pet will exercise outdoors when your gone. No more opening doors for your pet. Less likely to need expensive kennel services. Many experts agree that pet doors are actually good for your pet. Pet doors give your pet self- esteem by giving him freedom to move about the house and outdoors as he pleases. It also assists in overcoming common behavioral issues such as housebreaking, destructive chewing, excessive barking, and clawing and scratching furniture. Rough Opening vs. Pet Opening When ordering and installing, you need to be aware of the difference between the pet opening and the rough opening. The rough opening is the hole in the wall or human door that needs to be cut to allow for installation of the pet door. The rough opening has to be larger than the pet opening in order to accommodate the entire pet door assembly. The pet opening is the area in the pet door that is available for your dog to pass through. This area should be large enough for your dog to comfortably enter and exit without crouching or jumping. Details on the best process for determining the appropriate pet door size are below. Correctly Sizing Your Pet Door Getting a pet door of the correct size is important for the comfort and health of your pet. The more comfortably your dog can pass through a door, the easier it will be for them to use it now and in the future. You want your dog to be able to pass through the door without jumping, crouching, or bumping its back. Unfortunately, you cannot correctly size a door just by using your dogs breed or weight. Variations in heights and stepping ability make it impossible to ensure a correct fit. The best way to size your pet door is with the cardboard cutout test outlined below. This will make sure that you have a perfectly-sized door for your dog. Remember, dogs tend to get bigger and less nimble as they age, so you want them to be able to get through the door comfortably without squeezing. Cardboard Cutout Test 1.This sizing method requires a big piece of corrugated cardboard. Start with the pet opening size you think is most appropriate for the pet in mind. 2.Cutout either the 6x10, 9x13 or 11x17 pet opening rectangle out of the cardboard up high and fold it at the bottom so that when the piece of cardboard is placed in a doorway, the top of the hole of the rectangle is approximately one inch to an inch and a half higher than your pet, at the withers or shoulders. 3.Step on the folded end of the cardboard, and invite your pet through the opening. Watch for clearance high and low. 4.If the size of the cutout you try is inappropriate, change to the next size up or down as required. Remember, it is always better to err on the side of being too large.Read More
Freedom Pet Pass Energy Efficient Dog Door, Door Mount, Medium
Freedom Pet Pass Energy Efficient Dog Door, Door Mount, Mediumby Freedom Pet Pass
$366
The Freedom Pet Pass door-mounted dog door gives your dogs the ability to come and go as they please while keeping your home comfortable and draft-free. Energy Efficient The Freedom Pet Pass dog door was designed from the ground up with energy efficiency in mind. The unique 2-in-1 DoubleMag flap system gives a complete face-to-face magnet seal around the entire perimeter for the pet door. These aren't a couple of flimsy magnets struggling to hold a flap in place like most other dog doors, this is a truly airtight seal - independently tested and verified to be seal 15X better than the requirements for an Energy Star human door. The frame is made from rugged and insulating cellular PVC, which has 3000X more R-factor than the aluminum used in the frames of other so-called "rough weather" dog doors. Made to last Freedom Pet Pass dog doors are built with pride in Michigan, USA from high-end materials and are meant to last for the long haul. The combination of the elements and constant use by dogs (especially big ones) puts a dog door's construction to the test. The Freedom Pet Pass line of pet doors has been meticulously engineered for long-term function and performance, using premium materials like marine-grade canvas, cellular PVC, industrial TPO, and commercial-grade SBR. SIZING GUIDELINES XL Door - Great Danes, St. Bernards, Newfoundlands - Pet Opening 16'' wide x 23'' tall - Rough Opening - 20-3/4'' wide x 29'' tall Large Door - Labs, Golden Retreivers, Boxers - Pet Opening 11'' wide x 17'' tall - Rough Opening - 15'' tall x 21-1/2'' tall Medium Door - Beagles, Jack Russells, Cocker Spaniels - Pet Opening - 9'' wide x 13'' tall - Rough Opening - 13'' wide x 17-1/2'' tall Small Door - Shih Tzus, Yorkies, Havanese - Pet Opening - 6'' wide x 10'' tall - Rough Opening - 10'' wide x 14-1/2'' tallRead More
For pet owners whose four-legged friends enjoy a stroll outside from time to time, cat or dog doors can be a blessing. No longer do you have to hope you’ll get to the door before your pup has an accident, and you won’t risk an upset glare from your cat while he waits oh so patiently by the backdoor. To make sure your new cat or dog door is the best fit for your pet, check out the tips we’ve put together below.

What size should my dog or cat door be?


Your first step to finding a doggie door that lets your pup or kitty slip through comfortably is to measure your pet. You’ll want to measure your four-legged friend 3 times:
• First, measure at their widest point, then add an inch or two
• Next, have your pet stand upright and measure how tall they are from their shoulders to the ground
• Last, measure from the lowest point on your pet to the ground to estimate the rise of your dog door (if your pet is short-legged or older, you may be better off choosing a door with no rise)

To get an even better idea of how a specific pet door might fit, mark down the measurements of the door in question onto a piece of cardboard, then cut out the hole. If your pet can easily pass through, the size is right.

What types of dog doors are available?


Pet doors are designed to fit on a number of door or wall materials. You can find pet doors that can be installed in your sliding glass door, into steel and much more. Some styles even lock, and others open only for your pet by detecting their microchip. You’ll definitely want a sturdy pet door that seals tightly to prevent insects and other pests, plus cold drafts and dust, from getting into your home.

Get inspired with our curated ideas for Pet Doors and find the perfect item for every room in your home. With such a wide selection of Pet Doors for sale, from brands like Endura Flap Pet Doors, Freedom Pet Pass, and Welland Industries LLC, you’re sure to find something that you’ll love. Shop from Pet Doors, like the the Endura Flap Pet Door or the Endura Flap Pet Door, while discovering new home products and designs. Whether you’re looking to buy Pet Doors online or get inspiration for your home, you’ll find just what you’re looking for on Houzz.