1. If you have a single panel of glass with faux partitions in your door, do not attempt to cut the glass. Most all doors (Unless very old) are made with safety glass. If you attempt to cut it, the glass will shatter
2. These doors are custom made. You will be emailed a custom sign off release that you understand these are custom made an non-refundable. Make sure of your measurements or call us for assistance.
3. Our Pet Door Experts are here to assist in anyway we can, however, the customer bears ultimate responsibility for ordering the correct item and installing properly in the appropriate door.
MaxSeal French Door
Security Boss Manufacturing LLC is dedicated to providing products that operate beyond expectations and provide the customer with long years of satisfaction. Our products are designed so that you can maintain your pet door indefinitely.
Square Inch Range
(width & height of opening)
Single Flap model
Dual Flap model
Note: French doors with Rough Cut Dimensions LARGER than 17.75"w x 33.75" h, require a 10 day fabrication period.
The Minimum Rough Cut Dimension that theses doors can be made to is 5.5" in width or height.
We also offer doors that are LARGER than shown on the above chart; please call us at 1-800-829-7876 for assistance.
Custom Doors require 3-5 days for fabrication then ships via UPS.
If you need a door in a specific time frame, please call us.
A specification / data sheet will be kept on file for reference with Moore Pet Supplies LLC & Security Boss Manufacturing LLC for any future replacement parts that may need to be ordered.
Measuring for & Installing your French Door Pet Door is very simple. (You must have individual -removable panes of glass. You cannot cut an opening into a single-solid pane of glass, your entire door glass will shatter as doors are made with Tempered-Safety glass.)
Step A: Measure the exposed glass pane as you see it; without removing the molding. The door made for you will have a flap that is 2" smaller in width & height. (Make sure this resulting flap size will be large enough for your pet.)
Step B: Remove the molding around the selected pane of glass where the pet door will be installed. (If you are using more than one pane, remove molding around area.).
Step C: Remove the pane of glass and put the molding back around the opening (without glass pane).
Step D: Your pet door comes apart into 2-frames. These frames sandwich the opening and adjust to the molding thickness. Drill pilot holes for screws (the 2-frames each have a lips that glide over each other to adjust to the molding thickness. Where these two lips overlap is where the pilot holes are drilled). Put screws into pilot holes and tighten.
Note: you may at a later time remove the pet door and re-install the pane of glass.