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Custom Endura Flap Severe Weather Vinyl Sliding Glass Dog Door

Custom Endura Flap Severe Weather Vinyl Sliding Glass Dog Door

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  • Custom height double flap pet door for vinyl sliding glass doors 
  • Insulating flaps withstand 50 mph winds and -40°F temperatures
  • Dual-pane, Low-E glass reduces UV rays and infrared light
  • Quick and easy installation into tracks 1-1/2" to 1-3/4" thick  
  • Custom orders are made to your specifications and are non-returnable
  • Approximately three weeks to build your custom panel pet door
  • We'll need more information to complete your order. In your Order Confirmation email, there will be an Orange button with "Finish Your Order." Click on it to enter to answer questions to finish your order. Thank you!

Product Details


The Custom Endura Flap Severe Weather Vinyl Sliding Glass Dog Door is a high-quality cold weather dog door for sliding glass doors. The spring-loaded dog door panel is quick and easy to install in your channel-style vinyl sliding glass door track (will not work with monorail tracks). This extreme weather dog door for vinyl sliding glass doors is built with dual-pane, Low-E glass, and insulating double flaps to keep your home cozy in severe weather conditions. This Endura Flap vinyl sliding glass dog door panel is custom-made for sliding door tracks under 74.75" tall for the perfect fit. 

Not seeing the size you need? See the standard Endura Flap Severe Weather Vinyl Sliding Glass Dog Door for more sizing options. 

Features: 

  • Custom height vinyl pet door panel for tracks under 74.75" tall and at least 1.5" thick 
  • Spring-loaded top piece allows for simple installation, topper can be trimmed  5/16" shorter if needed
  • Severe weather double flaps keep your home insualted in extreme weather conditions 
  • Pet door panel comes with foam weatherstripping and center post draft stopper to reduce drafts 
  • Strong magnets line each flap to keep them shut in winds up to 50 mph
  • Panel features dual-pane, Low-E glass for maximum insulation value
  • Vinyl panel framing won't form condensation in extreme cold
  • Flexible flaps swing from rods to prevent cracking and flexing at the top 
  • Comes with a secure locking cover to block access to the flap as needed
  • Includes a c-clamp lock to keep your home secure  

 

Benefits:

  • Vinyl frame seamlessly matches vinyl-framed sliding glass doors
  • Simple installation in a matter of minutes, great for renters
  • Allows dogs the freedom to come and go as they please

Size Chart

Flap Dimensions:

6"w x 10"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

12 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

4”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.

Flap Dimensions:

8"w x 14"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

14 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

4”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.

Flap Dimensions:

10"w x 18"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

16 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

6”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.

Flap Dimensions:

12"w x 22"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

18 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

6”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.
Flap SizeFlap DimensionStep Over HeightOverall Panel WidthRecommended Pet Height
Small6" w x 10" h4" - 6"12 3/8"8" - 14"
Medium8" w x 14" h4" - 6"14 3/8"
 
8" - 21"
Large 10" w x 18" h4", 6", or 8"16 7/16"
 
8" - 27"
Extra Large 12" w x 22" h4", 6", or 8"18 1/2"8" - 34"

Find The Best Pet Door Size For My Pet

A

Pet Height: inches

B

Pet Width: inches

Please fill the above fields.

Installation Instructions

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 10
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 hours
Installation icon Sections 01
Installation icon Flags 01

Parts

  • 1 Vinyl Panel Pet Door
  • 1 Weatherstrip Seal Roll
  • 1 Center Post Weather Seal Draft Stopper

Tools

  • Flathead screwdriver
  • #2 Phillips head screwdriver
  • Non-metal hammer
  • Scissors

Please read instructions & notes thoroughly before installation. If you need to adjust the step-over, complete steps A-F prior to installing the panel in your track.

Step 1 Loosen Height Adjustment Locks

  • Loosen the height adjustment locks at the top of the panel. This allows the spring mechanism to move freely up and down.

Step 2 Insert Panel Into Track

  • Insert the panel into the upper track of your door frame, push the panel into the spring mechanism, then swing the bottom of the panel up and over the threshold into the lower track rail.
  • If you can’t clear the track, try swinging in from the outside, as the outside track wall may be shorter. If the panel still doesn’t fit, see the FAQ for guidance.

Step 3 Apply Weatherstrip

  • Once you are confident that the panel fits, remove the panel from the track and lay it on its side on the ground.
  • Apply the foam weatherstrip seal by peeling back the paper and exposing the adhesive. Unroll it along the edge of the panel, pressing to ensure it adheres. Install on both sides and trim to fit with scissors.

Step 4 Place Panel In Track

  • Place the panel back into the sliding glass door, then tighten the height adjustment locks to lock it in place.

Step 5 Install the Draft Stopper

  • The center post weather seal strip (draft stopper) should be installed on the inside of the home.
  • It can install on either the back edge of the sliding door panel or the leading edge of the stationary panel.
  • This strip prevents air from leaking between the sliding glass door and the stationary panel.
  • Trim with scissors as needed. Clean the edge of your patio door with rubbing alcohol before installing to assure a good seal.
  • Repeat step two to install the panel in your track.

The following steps are only applicable if you need to adjust the step-over height. Complete these steps prior to installing the panel in your track.

Step A Separate Flap Frames

  • Lay the entire panel on a flat surface. Use a #2 Philips head screwdriver to unscrew the four frame screws from the flap frames to separate them, then set them aside.

Step B Loosen Side-Screws

  • Loosen both the middle and bottom sets of side-screws by one turn.

Step C Adjust Stepover Height

  • Once the bottom and middle side-screws are loosened, slide the spacer(s) down to the bottom of the panel. Pull the adjustable seal extrusion(s) down and out to place it between the adjustable spacer and the adjacent crosspiece.
  • You can move the spacer(s) above or below the flap to raise or lower it until the desired flap height is achieved.

Step D Replace Side and Middle Screws

  • Once the desired flap height is achieved, replace and tighten the bottom side-screws and tighten the middle side-screws.

Step E Reattach Flap Frames

  • To reinstate the pet door assembly, sandwich the interior and exterior frames on either side of the pane how they came. Insert the four frame screws through the pet door frames.
  • Do not fully tighten the screws until all four are inserted and the pet door is leveled.
  • If the white connector pieces fall off of the Bottom Crosspiece, this step's diagram pictures how to orient the connector back onto both sides of the Bottom Crosspiece.

Step F Add Hole Plugs

  • Use the wooden of a hammer, a rubber mallet, or another non-metal tool to tap the hole plugs over the eight exposed frame screws.

How to Adjust Stepover Height

FAQ

What if my panel is slightly too tall?

You can trim up to 5/16" off the spring-loaded adjustment piece at the top. Remove the adjustment piece with a #2 Philips head screwdriver and use scissors to cut down the flanges. Be careful not to cut too low.

What if my panel is slightly too short?

We ofer height extensions that will add 1 1/2" to the top of the panel that you slide into the channel at the top. These are made from the same vinyl as the panel so the color will match exactly. If the extension makes the panel feel unstable, you can secure it with screws.

What if the panel is wobbling slightly back and forth?

If your track is wider than 1 1/2", you can use small wooden shims or extra weather-stripping to fill the gap inside the top and bottom tracks. By placing the material inside the tracks you won't be able to see it, but it will stabilize the panel.

Locking Your Door

Since you cannot lock your sliding glass door to the panel, we have provided you with a sliding door clamp lock to secure your home.

Installing the sliding door clamp:

This clamp as a screw that tightens by hand to prevent the sliding door from moving beyond the clamp's placement. For doors manufactured with the glass slider on the inside track, the lock can usually be installed on the door's raised track.

If you aren't able to use the lock that comes with the panel:

A great alternative to locking your sliding glass door is a Charley bar or dowel. Both block the slider from opening. When engaged, you cannot pull the sliding door away from the pet door panel.

FAQ

Will this fit all vinyl doors?

This will work in doors that have a recessed track at least 1 1/2" wide, with a rail in the bottom that is about the size of a pencil. The panel is made with a small channel that will case over that little rail. 

Does it lock?

We do include a c-clamp lock. It is not designed to mate with your existing sliding door lock. You can also use a Charley-Bar or dowel in the track.

Can I install it myself?

It is meant to easily be put in and removed. You just have to loosen the screws at the top, fit it into the track, and then tighten them. Then to remove it you simply loosen them again and pop it out.

If you can remove it what prevents intruders from taking it out?

The thumb screws are on the inside of the house so you can't loosen them from the outside.

Can you lock the pet door?

It comes with a closing cover, and you slide that in on the inside of the house. It is a very secure ABS plastic material that is as strong as a 1/16" sheet of steel.

Does this insulate well?

This door has superior insulating capabilities. The double flaps have magnets that seal all the way around, and will stay closed in wind gusts up to 50mph. The Low-e glass also compliments the insulating value of you new vinyl door. It is our #1 recommendation for extreme climates.

How to I measure for it?

You will want to measure from the deepest part (down past the little metal rail) in the bottom, then all the way up to the deepest part inside the top track.

Does it come in any color other than white?

No, but the you can paint the vinyl to match.

What if my track is wider than 1 1/2"?

It can still work if your track is wider, but if the channel in the bottom, top, or side measures less than that you will not be able to fit it into place properly.

Does your door have to be vinyl?

No, not as long as the track height and width meet the panel specs.

Does it come in a height for 96" sliding doors?

At this time it is not offered in the taller height ranges, but we're working on it!

What are some breeds of dogs these will fit?

Small would be Chihuahuas, Yorkies, and cats. Medium would be good for Corgis, Jack Russell Terriers, and French Bulldogs. Large would fit most Labs, Goldens, and Pit Bulls. Extra Large would be good for most Rottweilers, German Shepherds on the large side, and English Labs.

Is the flap flexible?

It is flexible, but since it is two pieces sandwiched together it is a little stiffer and heavier than the more economical vinyl flaps.

Is the flap clear?

It is a little foggy, but it is see through.

Will this form condensation like the aluminum panels?

Nope! That is one of the great things about the vinyl framing is you won't have the the condensation on the inside of the house.

How do you replace the flap?

Since this is really our door mount version of the Endura Flap installed onto our vinyl panel you would replace it much like you would one installed in a regular interior/exterior door. This means that you would drill out the hole plugs to remove the screws. Then pull off the flap assembly, switch out the flaps, and reinstall the door onto the panel. All of this can be done without removing the panel from the track.

Is there an electronic version of this panel?

We do hope to offer that option in the future, but right now we are offering only the Endura Flap options.

My sliding door track has a triangular guide rail. Will this pet door still work?

Some sliding glass door tracks have a triangle-shaped guide rail instead of a cylindrical pencil rail running along the middle. This pet door panel has an arch along the bottom that is designed to sit on top of a cylindrical pencil rail. Pencil rails are shorter in height than triangular guide rails, which means that the pet door panel would wobble on top of it rather than sitting flush with the rest of the track. To accommodate the pet door panel you will need to build up the sides of the triangular guide rail so that the tip is less than ¼” tall. Please reach out to customer service if you have any questions about this process.

Will this panel work if my sliding glass door has a buried track?

Some sliding glass doors have buried tracks. Since this panel has an arch along the bottom that is designed to sit on top of a pencil rail, it will not be secure in a slider with a buried track without modifications. We recommend securing the panel to the track wall with L brackets or toenailing it to the track wall. Toenailing is the process of fastening the panel to the track by driving a nail at roughly a 45-degree angle into the panel and through the track wall. Please note that these modifications result in a semi-permanent installation. If you needed to remove the panel in the future you would first have to remove the L brackets or nails. Additionally, please note that this process would leave holes in the pet door panel and it would no longer be returnable. Please reach out to customer service to further discuss your options for a buried track.

I have a hurricane patio door. Will this pet door work for me?

Hurricane door track styles vary widely, so they are case-by-case. Please reach out to customer service to discuss your pet door options for your sliding door.

Will this pet door work with Anderson and Pella sliding doors?

Anderson and Pella sliding glass doors have an inner track wall but no outer track wall. Additionally, the pencil rail is on the outer edge of the track rather than in the middle. Since this pet door panel is designed to sit between two track walls and on top of a centered pencil rail, it cannot be installed in Anderson or Pella doors without modifications. We recommend building out your track and using L brackets or toenailing to secure the bottom of the panel to the inner track wall. Building out the track means adding a piece of wood or vinyl that is the same height as the pencil rail to the space next to the pencil rail. This creates a flat surface for the pet door panel to sit on. Next, you will need to secure the panel to the track wall. To do this, you can use L brackets or you can toenail the panel into the track wall. Toenailing is the process of fastening the panel to the track by driving a nail at roughly a 45-degree angle into the panel and through the track wall. Please note that these modifications result in a semi-permanent installation. If you needed to remove the panel in the future you would first have to remove the L brackets or nails. Additionally, please note that this process would leave holes in the pet door panel and it would no longer be returnable. Please reach out to customer service to further discuss this process or different options for an Anderson or Pella sliding door.

How much does shipping cost?

Shipping is calculated at checkout.

Warranty

Endura Flap products have a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under standard regular use. Damage caused by not using the product as intended, improper installation, and chewing is not covered under this warranty.


Customer Reviews

Custom Endura Flap Severe Weather Vinyl Sliding Glass Dog Door

Small / Custom Height Under 74.75" Edit

endura flap custom severe weather panel

Size Chart

Flap Dimensions:

6"w x 10"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

12 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

4”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.

Flap Dimensions:

8"w x 14"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

14 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

4”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.

Flap Dimensions:

10"w x 18"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

16 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

6”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.

Flap Dimensions:

12"w x 22"h

The entry way your dog goes through.

Overall Panel Width

18 3/16"

How wide your panel is.
flap dimensions
epanel width
step over height

Step-Over Height

6”

The distance from the bottom of the panel to the bottom of your flap.
Flap SizeFlap DimensionStep Over HeightOverall Panel WidthRecommended Pet Height
Small6" w x 10" h4" - 6"12 3/8"8" - 14"
Medium8" w x 14" h4" - 6"14 3/8"
 
8" - 21"
Large 10" w x 18" h4", 6", or 8"16 7/16"
 
8" - 27"
Extra Large 12" w x 22" h4", 6", or 8"18 1/2"8" - 34"

Find The Best Pet Door Size For My Pet

A

Pet Height: inches

B

Pet Width: inches

Please fill the above fields.

Installation Instructions

Installation icon Difficulty Easy
Installation icon Steps 10
Installation icon Time Required 0.5 hours
Installation icon Sections 01
Installation icon Flags 01

Parts

  • 1 Vinyl Panel Pet Door
  • 1 Weatherstrip Seal Roll
  • 1 Center Post Weather Seal Draft Stopper

Tools

  • Flathead screwdriver
  • #2 Phillips head screwdriver
  • Non-metal hammer
  • Scissors

Please read instructions & notes thoroughly before installation. If you need to adjust the step-over, complete steps A-F prior to installing the panel in your track.

Step 1 Loosen Height Adjustment Locks

  • Loosen the height adjustment locks at the top of the panel. This allows the spring mechanism to move freely up and down.

Step 2 Insert Panel Into Track

  • Insert the panel into the upper track of your door frame, push the panel into the spring mechanism, then swing the bottom of the panel up and over the threshold into the lower track rail.
  • If you can’t clear the track, try swinging in from the outside, as the outside track wall may be shorter. If the panel still doesn’t fit, see the FAQ for guidance.

Step 3 Apply Weatherstrip

  • Once you are confident that the panel fits, remove the panel from the track and lay it on its side on the ground.
  • Apply the foam weatherstrip seal by peeling back the paper and exposing the adhesive. Unroll it along the edge of the panel, pressing to ensure it adheres. Install on both sides and trim to fit with scissors.

Step 4 Place Panel In Track

  • Place the panel back into the sliding glass door, then tighten the height adjustment locks to lock it in place.

Step 5 Install the Draft Stopper

  • The center post weather seal strip (draft stopper) should be installed on the inside of the home.
  • It can install on either the back edge of the sliding door panel or the leading edge of the stationary panel.
  • This strip prevents air from leaking between the sliding glass door and the stationary panel.
  • Trim with scissors as needed. Clean the edge of your patio door with rubbing alcohol before installing to assure a good seal.
  • Repeat step two to install the panel in your track.

The following steps are only applicable if you need to adjust the step-over height. Complete these steps prior to installing the panel in your track.

Step A Separate Flap Frames

  • Lay the entire panel on a flat surface. Use a #2 Philips head screwdriver to unscrew the four frame screws from the flap frames to separate them, then set them aside.

Step B Loosen Side-Screws

  • Loosen both the middle and bottom sets of side-screws by one turn.

Step C Adjust Stepover Height

  • Once the bottom and middle side-screws are loosened, slide the spacer(s) down to the bottom of the panel. Pull the adjustable seal extrusion(s) down and out to place it between the adjustable spacer and the adjacent crosspiece.
  • You can move the spacer(s) above or below the flap to raise or lower it until the desired flap height is achieved.

Step D Replace Side and Middle Screws

  • Once the desired flap height is achieved, replace and tighten the bottom side-screws and tighten the middle side-screws.

Step E Reattach Flap Frames

  • To reinstate the pet door assembly, sandwich the interior and exterior frames on either side of the pane how they came. Insert the four frame screws through the pet door frames.
  • Do not fully tighten the screws until all four are inserted and the pet door is leveled.
  • If the white connector pieces fall off of the Bottom Crosspiece, this step's diagram pictures how to orient the connector back onto both sides of the Bottom Crosspiece.

Step F Add Hole Plugs

  • Use the wooden of a hammer, a rubber mallet, or another non-metal tool to tap the hole plugs over the eight exposed frame screws.

How to Adjust Stepover Height

FAQ

What if my panel is slightly too tall?

You can trim up to 5/16" off the spring-loaded adjustment piece at the top. Remove the adjustment piece with a #2 Philips head screwdriver and use scissors to cut down the flanges. Be careful not to cut too low.

What if my panel is slightly too short?

We ofer height extensions that will add 1 1/2" to the top of the panel that you slide into the channel at the top. These are made from the same vinyl as the panel so the color will match exactly. If the extension makes the panel feel unstable, you can secure it with screws.

What if the panel is wobbling slightly back and forth?

If your track is wider than 1 1/2", you can use small wooden shims or extra weather-stripping to fill the gap inside the top and bottom tracks. By placing the material inside the tracks you won't be able to see it, but it will stabilize the panel.

Locking Your Door

Since you cannot lock your sliding glass door to the panel, we have provided you with a sliding door clamp lock to secure your home.

Installing the sliding door clamp:

This clamp as a screw that tightens by hand to prevent the sliding door from moving beyond the clamp's placement. For doors manufactured with the glass slider on the inside track, the lock can usually be installed on the door's raised track.

If you aren't able to use the lock that comes with the panel:

A great alternative to locking your sliding glass door is a Charley bar or dowel. Both block the slider from opening. When engaged, you cannot pull the sliding door away from the pet door panel.

FAQ

Will this fit all vinyl doors?

This will work in doors that have a recessed track at least 1 1/2" wide, with a rail in the bottom that is about the size of a pencil. The panel is made with a small channel that will case over that little rail. 

Does it lock?

We do include a c-clamp lock. It is not designed to mate with your existing sliding door lock. You can also use a Charley-Bar or dowel in the track.

Can I install it myself?

It is meant to easily be put in and removed. You just have to loosen the screws at the top, fit it into the track, and then tighten them. Then to remove it you simply loosen them again and pop it out.

If you can remove it what prevents intruders from taking it out?

The thumb screws are on the inside of the house so you can't loosen them from the outside.

Can you lock the pet door?

It comes with a closing cover, and you slide that in on the inside of the house. It is a very secure ABS plastic material that is as strong as a 1/16" sheet of steel.

Does this insulate well?

This door has superior insulating capabilities. The double flaps have magnets that seal all the way around, and will stay closed in wind gusts up to 50mph. The Low-e glass also compliments the insulating value of you new vinyl door. It is our #1 recommendation for extreme climates.

How to I measure for it?

You will want to measure from the deepest part (down past the little metal rail) in the bottom, then all the way up to the deepest part inside the top track.

Does it come in any color other than white?

No, but the you can paint the vinyl to match.

What if my track is wider than 1 1/2"?

It can still work if your track is wider, but if the channel in the bottom, top, or side measures less than that you will not be able to fit it into place properly.

Does your door have to be vinyl?

No, not as long as the track height and width meet the panel specs.

Does it come in a height for 96" sliding doors?

At this time it is not offered in the taller height ranges, but we're working on it!

What are some breeds of dogs these will fit?

Small would be Chihuahuas, Yorkies, and cats. Medium would be good for Corgis, Jack Russell Terriers, and French Bulldogs. Large would fit most Labs, Goldens, and Pit Bulls. Extra Large would be good for most Rottweilers, German Shepherds on the large side, and English Labs.

Is the flap flexible?

It is flexible, but since it is two pieces sandwiched together it is a little stiffer and heavier than the more economical vinyl flaps.

Is the flap clear?

It is a little foggy, but it is see through.

Will this form condensation like the aluminum panels?

Nope! That is one of the great things about the vinyl framing is you won't have the the condensation on the inside of the house.

How do you replace the flap?

Since this is really our door mount version of the Endura Flap installed onto our vinyl panel you would replace it much like you would one installed in a regular interior/exterior door. This means that you would drill out the hole plugs to remove the screws. Then pull off the flap assembly, switch out the flaps, and reinstall the door onto the panel. All of this can be done without removing the panel from the track.

Is there an electronic version of this panel?

We do hope to offer that option in the future, but right now we are offering only the Endura Flap options.

My sliding door track has a triangular guide rail. Will this pet door still work?

Some sliding glass door tracks have a triangle-shaped guide rail instead of a cylindrical pencil rail running along the middle. This pet door panel has an arch along the bottom that is designed to sit on top of a cylindrical pencil rail. Pencil rails are shorter in height than triangular guide rails, which means that the pet door panel would wobble on top of it rather than sitting flush with the rest of the track. To accommodate the pet door panel you will need to build up the sides of the triangular guide rail so that the tip is less than ¼” tall. Please reach out to customer service if you have any questions about this process.

Will this panel work if my sliding glass door has a buried track?

Some sliding glass doors have buried tracks. Since this panel has an arch along the bottom that is designed to sit on top of a pencil rail, it will not be secure in a slider with a buried track without modifications. We recommend securing the panel to the track wall with L brackets or toenailing it to the track wall. Toenailing is the process of fastening the panel to the track by driving a nail at roughly a 45-degree angle into the panel and through the track wall. Please note that these modifications result in a semi-permanent installation. If you needed to remove the panel in the future you would first have to remove the L brackets or nails. Additionally, please note that this process would leave holes in the pet door panel and it would no longer be returnable. Please reach out to customer service to further discuss your options for a buried track.

I have a hurricane patio door. Will this pet door work for me?

Hurricane door track styles vary widely, so they are case-by-case. Please reach out to customer service to discuss your pet door options for your sliding door.

Will this pet door work with Anderson and Pella sliding doors?

Anderson and Pella sliding glass doors have an inner track wall but no outer track wall. Additionally, the pencil rail is on the outer edge of the track rather than in the middle. Since this pet door panel is designed to sit between two track walls and on top of a centered pencil rail, it cannot be installed in Anderson or Pella doors without modifications. We recommend building out your track and using L brackets or toenailing to secure the bottom of the panel to the inner track wall. Building out the track means adding a piece of wood or vinyl that is the same height as the pencil rail to the space next to the pencil rail. This creates a flat surface for the pet door panel to sit on. Next, you will need to secure the panel to the track wall. To do this, you can use L brackets or you can toenail the panel into the track wall. Toenailing is the process of fastening the panel to the track by driving a nail at roughly a 45-degree angle into the panel and through the track wall. Please note that these modifications result in a semi-permanent installation. If you needed to remove the panel in the future you would first have to remove the L brackets or nails. Additionally, please note that this process would leave holes in the pet door panel and it would no longer be returnable. Please reach out to customer service to further discuss this process or different options for an Anderson or Pella sliding door.

How much does shipping cost?

Shipping is calculated at checkout.

Warranty

Endura Flap products have a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under standard regular use. Damage caused by not using the product as intended, improper installation, and chewing is not covered under this warranty.