Endura Pet doors are energy efficient dog doors and can be had with single flaps and double flaps in white, tan, and bronze colors
- Revolutionary Endura flap is extremely weather tight
- Double flap version for severe weather
- Taller flaps fit wider range of pets
- Comes with locking cover
- White frame
- Designed and Manufactured in the USA
- Single flap fits doors from 1/2" thick to 1 3/4" thick (for doors narrower than 1 3/8", frame must be cut down with a jigsaw)
- Double flap fits doors 1 3/4" to 2 1/4" thick
- Endura Flap won the 2007 Dog Fancy Editor's Choice Award as Best Pet Product
- Pet Door Store is a Patio Pacific Authorized Reseller
Endura Door Pet Door
There are 3 important sizes with respect to pet doors:
Flap Size is the most important, so it is listed on the main page. This is the size of the space that your pet will have to fit through.
Cutout Dimension refers to the size of the hole that needs to be cut in a wall to install the pet door.
Outside Dimension is the size of the outside of the frame, which can sometimes be important when installing a pet door in a limited space.
All sizes are given Width x Height.
6 x 11
8 3/8 x 15
9 7/16 X 15 3/4
8 x 15
10 1/2 x 19
11 1/2 X 19 15/16
10 x 19
12 1/2 x 23
13 9/16 X 23 5/8
12 x 23
14 5/8 x 27 1/8
15 5/8 X 28
CLICK HERE FOR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION ON THIN DOORS
For Single and Double Flap Models
For single flap door mounts:
1 flap frame
1 trim frame
4x 1-3/4 inch screws
4x 2-1/4 inch screws
For double flap door mounts:
2 flap frames
4 tunnel pieces
1 tube of silicone
4x 2-1/4 inch screws
4x 2-3/4 inch screws
3/8 inch drill bit
Jigsaw or reciprocating saw
Phillips head screwdriver
For both single and double flap door mounts:
1 installation template
8 hole plugs
1 warranty card
Please read instructions thoroughly before beginning installation.
1. Tape the provided template to the door.
Figure 1: Leveling the template The top edge of the cut-out line should be 1-1/4 inch (or more) above the dog’s withers (shoulders) for the single flap door mount, and 2 inches for the double flap door mount. Be careful not to unduly reduce the strength of the door by cutting too close to the bottom of the door. Level the top edge of the cut-out line as shown
in Figure 1.
2. Mark the hole centers for the four holes and remove the template.
3. Drill the four 3/8 inch holes as shown
Figure 2: Drilling four 3/8” holes in Figure 2. Note: Drill bit needs to be long enough to go through the interior and exterior of the door. It should be both level and straight when making the holes to ensure the two frames will align properly.
4. Draw lines to connect the outsides of
5. Cut along the line as shown in Figure 3. Note: Jigsaw needs to be level and straight when cutting the lines to ensure the two frames will align properly.
6. Install the weather-stripping into the groove on both frames with the start/end gap at the bottom.
7. If a single flap door mount, place the pet door trim frame on the outside of the doorand the flap frame on the inside and skip to Step 14.
8. If a double flap door mount, assemble the four-piece tunnel by first bending the screw tabs down as shown in Figure 4 in the top and bottom tunnel pieces (the two identical shorter pieces). Note: Only bend the tabs once, bending more than once may result in the tabs breaking off.
Figure 3: Cutting along the drawn line
Figure 4: Bend the top and bottom of screw tabs
These images are representative. Appearance of your pet door may vary slightly depending on model.
Figure 5: Remove the four flap assembly screws
9. Remove the screws in the four corners of the flap frame assembly as shown in Figure 5.
10. Place the top piece on, with the bent tabs down and align the top piece so the holes in the tabs lines up with the screw holes in the flap frame and screw in as shown in Figure 6. Repeat for the bottom piece.
11. Slide in the tunnel side pieces as shown in Figure 7.
12. Bend the tabs down with your thumb or a screwdriver handle.
13. Place the flap frame with the tunnel attached on the inside and Figure 6: Align the top and bottom pieces and screw into place the other flap frame outside.
14. Select the 2-1/4 inch set of screws for 1-3/4 inch doors and the shorter set for 1-3/8 inch doors. Insert these into the pet door from the inside. For doors with a thickness of less than 1-3/8 inch, see special instructions. For doors between 1-3/4 inch and 2-1/4 inch with the double flap door mount,
use the 2-3/4 inch screws.
15. Start all four screws as shown in Figure 8, but do not tighten.
16. Before tightening down the screws, check that the pet door is level and adjust as needed.
17. Tighten the screws until the weather-stripping compresses and Figure 7: Push on the tunnel sides
the pet door touches the door. Do not over tighten.
18. Hammer the hole covers into the frame using the wooden end of a hammer (or similar non metal tool).
19. For double flap door mounts, apply silicone along the inside of the tunnel where it mates with the flap frames to seal your pet door from the elements. Failure to seal your pet door can lead to
severe water damage.
Figure 8: Screw together your door mount.
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Everything about this door install went well. I went with the 2 flap "large" version for my 55lb cattle dog mix, which might have been a little big, but it gives some extra room if my brother's GSD comes over. Overall, the instructions were good, the hardware was good, the materials were great, the seal is near perfect (I can still see a small air gap), and I'm pretty happy.
Probably the best purchase ever made, other than our 39 Lb. Labradoodle Taylor. It,s a dream come true living in a condo with a large deck & not having to hike the dog down the elevator or stairs to do his business out & about in bad weather. The sound of "click click" is music to your ears 24/7. The youtube video is absolutely correct from ease of installation, to its long term reliability. This is a worthwhile investment for all members of the family. Enjoy KG
This door is amazing. They thought of everything when they designed it. It opens easily to the push at the bottom, but stays amazingly sealed through anything else. The two flap design is certainly more energy efficient than anything I could have imagined. The metal frame is solid. The only thing I didn't like is the installation instructions- recommended cutting a hole almost as large as the exterior of the frame, then tightening the bolts to hold in place. I cut a hole only as big as the interior frame, so it fit snug in the door. Then I drilled specific holes for the anchor bolts.
This is the second Endura Pet Door - Double Flap that I have owned. The first was destroyed but was not because the door was defective nor any fault of the manufacturer. The flaps on this door seal tight. We have had a lot of summer storms in the past few weeks with very strong winds and large hail and the flap did not budge. Even with golf ball size hail hitting the door it still stayed sealed and there was no rain coming through. Living in ND in the winter, the door stays sealed tight and you don't feel drafts through it. I would recommend this door to anyone looking for a door for harsh weather conditions, it really does stand up. I have two dogs a lab and a Maltese Bischon cross and she can get the flap open with no problem.