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doors for large breeds to wall cat doors, you can find it here at our Pet Door Store, and our knowledgeable staff can help you make the right choice if you are in doubt.
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The Pet Door Store, LLC is a family business founded in 2003 by Jon and Melissa Mortensen. We are high school sweethearts that have been together since ages 17 and 16 respectively. Jon operates the front end of the business and if you call or email, you will contact him. He is also in all of the product videos on the site. Melissa does some accounting for the business, but is first and foremost a Registered Dietitian working for Seattle Children's Hospital. Together we are committed to providing excellent customer service. Prior to selling pet doors Jon was a Porsche mechanic, so he is very technically adept and can help you work through most installation questions. Doggie Doors by Hale Weather Tight | Pet Door Store
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If the door is older or wood and truly has recessed panels, and those panels are recessed all the way across, a little extra attention is required. The easiest way to fill this gap is to get battens or shims from the local hardware store, and cut them to fit into the gap between the door and the recessed panel. When that gap is mostly filled in, caulk the remaining areas to seal the pet door to the door surface.We do all the work! Pet Door Store will provide you with all the links you need to be able to track the sales you originate. Simply copy and paste the code we supply into your website. With an easy to use interface, you will get notification immediately an order has been approved.For dual pane glass, you have a few options. The easiest is the replacement window, which is a window glass replacement that has the dog door already installed. To order we need the dimensions of the glass, and in order to get them you have to disassemble the door or window and take the glass out, then measure it and reinstall. Fill out the order form, we have the replacement built to fit. It takes about 3 weeks to ship out, then when it arrives, you just pull the frame back apart, take the original glass out and install the new Pet Door Guys glass unit (the original glass can be saved and stored in a garage or closet and swapped back in at a later date). We always ask glass shops what they charge for measuring and installing, and $250 seems like a pretty usual price for the entire procedure. It is possible to do this job yourself, I had a customer tell me that she looked up replacing sliding door glass on youtube and was able to figure out the whole thing herself. While I haven't done it myself, $250 for two trips out tells me that it probably isn't very difficult. The downside to the Pet Door Guys option is that the new window unit will have a T frame in the bottom, so you will have one larger window on top, with the T frame below and one window on one side, with the pet door in the other side.