An Energy Saving Pet Door will not Only Save Money but will make your home Safer!



When considering an energy efficient home you should determine if a pet door should be part of your plans. Depending on your lifestyle you may need a door for your pet to go in and out of as needed. Energy Efficient pet-doors are a wise investment to secure your home and keep you from wasting energy!

Dog doors that are designed for use in both cold and warm weather and are designed with you in mind. These type doors should contain at least 6" of Insulating Air Space.

Two Flap Version: Creates an air pocket between the flaps and doubles the protection against drafts, rain and wind from blowing the flap open.

Studies have shown that dog doors protect from weather better if installed properly. No matter what the weather conditions are, extremely low or high temperatures, properly installed doors will not puncture or tear. There is no need to worry about increasing utility bills either when you purchase a quality dog door. Tinted flaps provide a greater insulation and prevent sun damage to interior floors. A great pet-door is designed to allow your pet dog to have the freedom to come and go as it pleases, yet the research and development should keep the owner in mind as well.

Many poorly designed pet-doors tend to cause injury to pets or even small children if they are caught playing in the pet-door. So choosing the right door is very important.

Security Panel: The security panel should be made out of a high impact material such as a Polycarbonate, which is extremely resistant to the worst of punishment.

Self Framing: The pet-door should be completely self framing and come with all necessary components to frame and line the opening through your wall or door quickly and easily.

Frame: A Heavy Duty frame will make the design strong and stylish.

There are two sites we would recommend for the purchase of a high quality energy efficient pet-door.



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