Fall is here and northern parts of the country are already buckling down, expecting winter. With the cold comes heating bills, something no one likes to spend money on. Did you know that installing a PlexiDor pet door can save money on your energy bill? Every time you open your household door to let your dog in or out, the air inside your home blends with the air outside.
If you already have another type of pet door, odds are it's not as well insulated as the PlexiDor. The panels on a PlexiDor are molded to form a dual thermo-pane that insulates, and the panels are lined with high density nylon pile weather seal to stop drafts. The doors close tight to keep weather outside. Many customers from extreme climates report minimal loss in heating and cooling after installing a PlexiDor.
The below energy savings figures are typical of PlexiDor owners and based on more than 25 years of worldwide customer testimonials. The actual results can vary based on your home's insulation, roof and window type, age, and size.
The figures are based on an average spring/summer temperature between 80 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit with an indoor temperature cooled to 72 degrees, and an average fall/winter temperature of between 32 and 45 degrees with the indoor temperature heated to 72 degrees.