|Manufacturer||Hale Pet Door|
|Your Maximum Pet Size||Cats, Large Cats, Small Dogs, Medium Dogs, Large Dogs, X-Large Dogs|
|Climate Suitability||Severe-4 Season|
|House Locking Method||Adds Lock Between Slider and Pet Door|
|Frame Material||Heavy Extruded Aluminum|
|Custom Heights Available||Yes|
|Can Fit Sideways Sliding Windows||Yes|
|Track Width Minimum||1″|
|Tools Required For Installation||Yes.|
|Possible to Add Additional Magnets for Greater Wind Resistance||Yes|
|Flap Design||Double, One Part , Flexible, Thin Flap|
|High Aspect Ratio||Yes|
|Locking Cover Material||Polycarbonate|
|Can Be Installed In||Sideways Sliding Windows, Single Pane Glass Sliding Glass Door, Dual Pane Glass Sliding Glass Door|
|Dual or Single Pane||Dual Pane|
|“Draft Stopper” Included to Seal Stationary & Sliding Panel Overlap||Yes|
|Warranty Period||5 years limited|
|Return Period||30 days|
|Manufacturer’s Restocking Fee||50% toward cost of other Hale product|
Hale Standard Patio Pet Door for Sliding Glass Doors
$635.00 – $1,050.00
Quality, energy efficiency, safety, and security are priorities with Hale Pet Door. Their dog doors are rated highest for insulation and sealing as well as protecting against wind, dust and insects. Hale makes custom sizes to meet all needs.
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INSTALLING the Hale “Standard” Patio Pet Door for Sliding Glass Doors
1. Clean the glass in your patio door.
Clean the glass overlap before you install. After installation, you’ll have to remove the patio panel to get at that glass for cleaning.
2. Decide if you want your insert panel on the sliding side or the stationary side of your sliding glass door.
It’s easier to install on the sliding glass door side, but you may have to move alarm sensors if present. Installing on the stationary side will also allow you to continue to use a keyed lock as you exit the house through your sliding glass door.
3. Only if you are installing on the stationary side
You’ll need to figure out how to unfasten the sliding glass door as they are not all held in place the same way. Look for securing screws or brackets. It’s also possible that silicone caulking has been used to improve the seal.
4. Measure the door frame height inside the track very top to very bottom.
5. Mark the side rails of your insert panel and cut them to length using a jig saw with a metal-cutting blade. A hacksaw will work. Be sure to leave clearance so the panel can clear the rail wall and get into the track.
6. Place the panel into the track and see if it fits.
If installing on the stationary side, close the stationary panel up against the pet door and check for air gaps. If installing on the slid ing glass door side, close the slider up tight against the pet door panel and again check for air gaps. Any air gaps between the edge of the sliding glass door and the pet panel will be covered when the lock strip is installed.
If you see any air gaps you can close them by leaning the insert panel one way or the other. Alternatively, your sliding glass door probably has an adjustment on the leading wheel and by adjusting that wheel you can tilt the sliding door to better fit against the pet panel.
If necessary, apply foam-type weather strip (available at a hardware store) to the side rail of your pet door panel.
7. The insert panel should be held tightly against the door jamb lip to allow you to drill holes and screw the pet panel in place
If there is not enough of a lip to drill through, the pet panel can be fastened in place with silicone caulk.
The side rails of your pet panel are notched at the bottom so it can straddle the wheel track in the door jamb, but it does not have to do so! You might need to set the pet panel on top of the wheel track in order to pull it tight enough to fasten it to the jamb lip.
8. Once you are satisfied with the placement of your insert panel, it is time to screw it into place.
Use #6 sheet metal screws. Do not place the screws close to the glass. If a screw hits the pet door glass or the sliding glass door glass it will break. glass
9. If you are installing on the stationary side skip this step
The lock strip will be screwed to the leading edge of your slider. Be very careful installing the screws. If a screw hits glass the glass will break. The latch bar which mates to the lock on the pet panel must face the inside of the house.
11. Apply the vinyl weather strip (included) to the back edge of the slider or the front edge of the stationary panel.
This will eliminate any gaps created by overlapping glass.