Glass pet doors for all areas of the home
PET-TEK’s clear frame pet doors for glass applications are getting noticed for all the right reasons. The unobtrusive pet door is proving to be very popular with home owners looking for a robust pet door for glass that doesn’t look ugly in social areas of the home, for example the living room or conservatory.
More recently sales and the use of PET-TEK’s clear framed pet door has increased in areas of the home normally associated with relaxing and entertaining family and friends. The increase in use in these areas coincides with the home owners demand for large vistas using minimal framed sliding or bifold doors and the ever-increasing popularity of conservatories and orangeries.
Mark Bowler, Sales Director, The Window Exchange Ltd has a PET-TEK G-SDDC clear frame pet door installed on one of the many beautiful conservatories and window displays on show at his large showroom in Northwich, Cheshire. Mark commented:
“We recently installed the PET-TEK G-SDDC clear frame pet door following requests by our customers for glass fitted pet doors that don’t look messy or compromise the design of their new windows, doors or conservatory. We have to point the pet door out to people as it blends in nicely, but once they see it the response is great”
The simple understated design combined with the robust high impact polycarbonate framework make the Pet-Tek glass fitting pet doors ideal for today’s home owning pet lover.
Steven King, Owner of Pet-Tek, comments, “We manufacture a large range of pet doors for all door types and applications, such as metal, uPVC, wood and glass. The glass range is increasing in popularity very quickly. We believe this is due to the trend for ‘bringing the outside, inside’ with large conservatories or large bifold or sliding doors in kitchen dinners and rear extensions to the home, coupled with our glass fitting pet doors being aesthetically pleasing and extremely durable. Home owners aren’t afraid to install our pet doors in the most suitable location, even if that means installing into a conservatory. Pet doors are no longer hidden away in the back door of the kitchen or utility room”