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SB Standard Replacement Flaps

SB Standard Flap Strike Plate Characteristics Security Boss Manufacturing LLC The SB Standard Doors have a unique strike plate design that sets them apart from other Security Boss Manufacturing LLC pet doors, (See image right).

The Small and Medium sizes feature one riveted strike to each side of the flap, while the Large & Extra Large will have two riveted strikes to each sides of their flaps.

The SB Standard flaps are used in the following products:
-SB Standard Patio Pet Door
-SB Standard Sash Window Pet Door
-SB Standard Side Sliding Window Pet Door
-SB Standard Door Model
-SB Standard Wall Model


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SB Standard replacement flap - Small 7 x 11 SB Standard replacement flap - Small 7 x 11

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Small
7 "w x 11"h

Our Price: $22.00
SB Standard replacement flap - Medium 10.5 x 15 SB Standard replacement flap - Medium 10.5 x 15

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Medium
10 1/2"w x 15"h

Our Price: $35.00
SB Standard replacement flap - Large 13 x 20 SB Standard replacement flap - Large 13 x 20

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Large
13"w x 20"h

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SB Standard replacement flap -Extra Large 15 x 23 SB Standard replacement flap -Extra Large 15 x 23

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Extra Large
15"w x 23"h

Our Price: $58.00
Giant Breed Patio Pet Door Replacement Flap 15x28 Giant Breed Patio Pet Door Replacement Flap - 15 x 28

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Giant Breed
15"w x 28"h

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How to Maintain Pet Door Flaps

Almost no pet door flap is going to last forever. Flaps are usually made of flexible vinyl, hard plastic or hard lexan. In some special cases you might have metal flaps as well. The follow information goes over on how to maintain your flaps so you get optimal use out of them.

Sizing & Placement of Pet Door

Possibly the biggest preventive measure is available to you as you are deciding to purchase the pet door initially. An incorrect size will cause undue wear of the flaps and cause them to need replacement much more often than flaps on a properly sized pet door.


Golden Rule When Sizing a Pet Door

Select a pet door that when installed will clear the shoulders of the tallest dog by 1.5 to 2". The bottom of the pet opening should be low enough to the ground to allow easy step over navigation, even as the dog ages.

If a pet door is too small, then the dog is likely to pinch the flaps at thee top when they use the door, this causes undue stress at that point on the flap, and will result in you replacing flaps with greater frequency.

Keep Flaps Clean

Clean the flaps regularly. If you're able too totally remove the flaps every few months and simply clean the flaps with warm soapy water and try them. This in turn let's you inspect the flap far more closely where you're able to make out possibly tears or cuts into the flap. The earlier you can detect this damage, the more prepare you will be on replacing the flap. The last thing you want is for the flap to rip out of the door and you have to wait several days to get a new flap.


Tighten flap Connection Screws

Check how secure the flap is regularly. At times preventing a flap from failing is as simply as making sure it's attached securely. If you have multiple pets or even a pet that uses the door aggressively sometimes screws can be become loose. This will cause the flap to shift in-between the frame of the pet door and the screw with repeated use. Then eventually because of this shifting the flap will simply rip out and fail near that loose screw or screws. A good guideline is to check the connection points of your dog door flap once a month.


Overall Performance Check

Most importantly, don't forget about the dog door. Generally just checking the condition of the door once a month will extend the life of it. That way you can detect damage early and decide on what course of action to take. If you neglect the door like anything else someone or a pet uses, it will eventually stop working.