Why a Hale Pet Door is Perfect for this Winter

Our pet doors are energy efficient

It’s energy efficient. One of the most common concerns we hear from our customers is whether our pet doors let in the cold during the chilly winter months. We’re always pleased to respond with a resounding “No”! One of the best features of our Hale brand pet door is just how energy efficient they are. When we designed our pet doors, we used high quality materials to ensure that our pet doors are not drafty or letting out your heat. We’ve manufactured the doors with frames made out of heavy extruded aluminum, the high-density polyethylene security cover made to withstand any weather conditions, plus strong PVC vinyl flaps, and multiple layers of weather-stripping – All these features make our pet doors incredibly energy efficient and perfect for the cold months.

Sometimes it’s just too cold

A walk is always a healthy and fun activity for you and your pup, but sometimes the weather just isn’t cooperating. Although it’s true that some breeds love going for walks when it’s chilly and snowy out, some are simply not a fan! And depending on the weather conditions out, sometimes it’s just not safe to take a stroll around the neighborhood. Thankfully, having an energy efficient Hale pet door installed inside your home is perfect because it gives your pooch the freedom to explore the outside in the safety of your yard at his leisure.

Makes working from home easier.

More and more people are working from home these days and so many of us can relate to how much of a struggle it is to juggle work life with home life. Conference and video calls are pretty much a major part of our work days. Why not take letting the dog in and out of the house off your to-do list, creating less interruptions during your meetings and phone calls? Imagine how much your dog would appreciate having the freedom to let himself in and out instead of having to wait for you to finish your call to do so?

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