Which lock is right for you?
We have a few different options when it comes to locks so that no matter what your situation is we have a solution for you. We are in fact the only manufacturer which has locking options and the 2 most popular locking choices were invented by our team and are registered designs so you will not find them anywhere else.
Permenent Solution | Tools Required: Screwdriver
This option if for those who would like to transfer your existing latches onto your pet door. Others will tell you you dont need anything to transfer them, We can tell you they're lying. Without this pack it can be near impossible to transfer your locks.
The plates included make it easy to transfer your female latch off of your frame onto the pet door. You also get 2 extra security plates which anchor your pet door panel to the sliding door track in 2 additional places increasing security.
You will also find a specially designed security screen door latch, as the one on your frame will not fit into the channel on the patio pet door.
Non Permenent Solution | Tools Required: Non
Perfect for this rental properties, this lock doesnt require any installation. It is positioned behind the sliding door half way up and attached with the adhesive pads. It offers high security but does not damage your track and is super easy to use.
Screen Door Adapter
Permenent Solution | Tools Required: Screw driver/ Hack saw
This option is popular for people wanting full functionality. It is an alumnium extrusion that fixes to the side of the patio pet door. It creates a channel for both the sliding door and the screen door. Simply move your latches from the frame onto this adapter and you can then lock both doors together as you usually would. Without this you can only lock one door at a time onto the per door.
This is also the most secure solution as both doors are locked. We recommend you use the adpater in conjunction with the security pack for the best security.
Semi-Permenent Solution | Tools Required: Screw driver/ Drill
Patio bolts are installed on the back of sliding doors either at the top or bottom. This is classed as a dead lock and offers good security. Most people leave the patio bolt in place if they move out of the property as some sliding doors already have them for extra security.