It’s your cat always itching to go outside? If so, then you can reap great benefits by installing one of our amazing cat doors!
Benefits of a Cat Door for Windows
Installing a brand new cat flap window insert from Pet Door Products can make your cat the happiest feline in the world. Take a look at these key advantages of installing a Cat Door Insert for Sash Windows:
- Allows your cat to leave and come home when they want
- Saves the hassle of constantly opening the door for your cat
- Easy installation process
- It leads to a happier cat!
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Do I Really Need a Cat Door?
Many cat owners find it challenging when trying to decide if they want to invest in a cat door for windows. To help you make this decision, you’ll want to weigh the pros and cons. In addition, it really depends on what type of cat you own. With active cats who are always on the go, buying a cat door is the smart decision. Not only will your cat love you for it, but you’ll also never have to open the door for your cat again! Sounds pretty great, huh?
Our Cat Door Panel Window Inserts Can Also be Used as a Window Dog Door for Smaller Breeds
Window Pet Door Installation Instructions
Take a look at how our super-simple cat door installation process works:
Remove all four glass stops
By using a putty knife or another similar tool, you’ll want to remove the glass stops from your door. First, insert the tool into the seam between the stop and door frame. Gently tap, then you should be able to remove the stop. You’ll want to set these aside in a safe place as you’ll need them later on.
Separate glazing tape
You’ll then want to separate the glazing tape from between the glass and frame. Slide a putty knife in between the glass and frame on the backside of the door, then move all the way around the frame until the glass detaches.
Replace glazing tape in the door frame
After setting the old glass aside, you’ll then want to use a razor or putty knife to scrape away the old glazing tape that’s found near the inside edge of the door frame. Then, apply brand new tape in the same location around the frame.
Insert new pet door
The next step is to carefully insert the new door. Cat doors sliding glass doors can be heavy and very fragile, so make sure you take extra care. Be sure to insert the bottom first, then work your way upward.
Insert glass stops
Next, reinsert those four glass stops that you set aside earlier. Use a soft mallet to tap these back into place.
Replace door sash
The final step is to replace the door sash. Be sure to insert the top of the door first before lifting the panel over the bottom lip. And that’s it!
Pet Door Products makes life easier for pet owners by providing a cat door window insert that fits right into existing sash windows. This means that pet owners can begin enjoying the benefits of their dogs and cats being able to let themselves out at all times of the day and night.