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MaxSeal Door Mount Model MaxSeal Door Mount Pet Door

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Best Insulating, Best Sealing
Most Secure, Highest Rated
10 Sizes, Small to Behemoth
Fits Doors 1 1/4" - 2"
$128 - $530
5 Star Rated Pet DoorInsulated Pet Door

SB4 Pet Screen Door SB4 Pet Screen Door

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Best Choice for Screened
Porches & Lanais
5 Sizes
2 Colors
Fits 3/4" - 1 1/8"
$120 - $195
5 Star Rated Pet Door

Storm Door Pet Door Storm Door Pet Door

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Best Quality Door
for Storm Doors
5 Sizes
10 Colors
Fits 3/4" - 1 1/8"
$176 - $465
5 Star Rated Pet Door

SB Standard Door Mount Pet Door SB Standard Door Mount Pet Door

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Highest Rated Utility Model
Heavy Duty Alum. Frame
4 Sizes
Fits 1 1/4" - 2"
$100 - $150
3 Star Rated Pet Door

Magnador Exterior Framed Pet Door Magnador Pet Door

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Plastic Rigid Door
Common for Pool Enclosures
3 Sizes
Doors: Single Frame Design
$17.20 - $54.50
2 Star Rated Pet Door

Petsafe Freedom Pet Door Petsafe Freedom

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Basic Alum. Frame Door
Good Thin Door Option
4 Sizes
Doors: 3/8" - 2"
$49.99 - $139.99
3 Star Rated Pet Door

Ideal Deluxe Pet Door Ideal Deluxe

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Basic Alum. Frame Door
4 Sizes
Doors: 1/2" - 1 3/4"
$57.30 - $110
3 Star Rated Pet Door

Ideal Original Pet Door for Doors Ideal Original Pet Door

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Basic Plastic Frame Door
4 Sizes
Doors: 1 1/4" - 1 3/4"
$37 - $86.50
2 Star Rated Pet Door

Petsafe Plastic Pet Door Petsafe Plastic

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Very Basic Pet Door
Plastic Frame
3 Sizes
Doors: up to 1/16 - 2"
$29.99 - 99.99
2 Star Rated Pet Door

   
 
Ideal Deluxe installed in a porch Magnador used in a porch Installing a pet door into a porch is very common for many pet owners. There are a wide variety of porches from 4-seasons rooms, screened enclosures, lanais, etc. In order to make things easier we break porches down into two distinct groups, Framed in Porches (screened porches, and aluminum lanais, things of that nature) and Solid Wall Porches like you would find in a 4-season.

Framed in Porches

Framed in Porches usually have wooden supports or an aluminum structure that has screen or glass. Pet doors are typically installed into an opening that is framed out for the pet door. This is most often done beside a support beam or post to provide stability to the pet door. This can be a very easy application if the pet door you have selected is rated to fit that support beams thickness as your framing, for example if you use 2x4 construction make sure you have a pet door that fits a 2 thickness.

Solid Wall Porches

Solid Wall Porches tend have thinner than normal walls. It will be a good idea to know how thick your wall or knee wall is. Sometimes a door mount can fit up to a 2 inch wall but in most cases the porch walls are too thick and a conventional wall mount would be needed as it would provide a better fit. Please pay very close attention to the wall thickness range of the pet door you select, as sometimes these wall mount kits will fit a minimum thickness as well as a maximum.