Your cat can access the outdoors with the help of a cat door insert. Installation of cat door window inserts can be done in a matter of hours. Pull out the old tempered glass and put in the new tempered glass with a cat door cutout. Even when you’re not at home, your cat will be able to come and go as he pleases. Cats who spend a lot of time outside can use cat door to let them in and out of the house. A Cat door provides an additional benefit besides letting your cat in and out. It reduces stress for your cat. It makes him less likely to get sick. He’ll be able to come and go as he pleases when you have a cat door window installed.
3 Easy Steps to Select the right size flap
Selecting a cat flap that will fit your pet’s needs can be tough. There are many things to consider when choosing the right one for you and your feline friend, such as whether they have long or short hair, how much room is available in their current home/apartment, etc., what type of weather is prevalent where you live (i.e cold vs warm) if there are any other animals around who might try using it too!
- Height: Measure your pet’s widest part, either the bust or hips. Add three inches to that length.
- Width: Measure your cat from the top of its shoulders to the bottom of its chest or belly, whichever is tallest. Add three inches and you will have a fine measurement for sizing up an enclosure!
- Select Type: Microchip Cat Door or 4-Way Locking Big Cat Door or Single panel Glass door with cat insert
How we install the Cat flap for Glass Door
The first step when installing the Cat flap for Glass Door is taking glass panel measurements! Our pet-friendly team will visit and take out measurements and you can select the type of cat flap you need as per your requirement. We will fabricate new glass and within 1 or 2 days new glass panel will be added with a cat door in it.
How we Install Cat door for Sliding door
Adding an additional door for your cat to enter and exit is the easiest way to install a pet door. We can add another sliding panel side by side with existing glass panels or you could even opt for adding swing doors that have built-in swing panels of glass on the end.
How we install cat door with additional panel
The easiest way to install a cat door in your sliding glass door is by adding an additional panel. This will let you keep the original look of your home while providing easy access for cats who want to come and go freely without ruining doors. If keeping the existing openable swing out isn’t possible, then consider installing another matching swinging door with built-in panels on it as well.