- Sliding door security bar for homes with patio panel or window panel inserts
- Small size fits spaces measuring 15" - 25" & large size fits 25" - 42"
- Available in white only (tan pictured to show details)
- Tool-free installation takes under a minute
- Simple locking mechanism keeps bar out of the way and out of sight
When installing a patio pet door or window pet door, maintaining home security is one of the most important considerations to keep in mind. The Wedgit Charley Bar sliding door lock bar serves as either a sliding glass door lock bar or a sash/sliding window lock bar, ensuring that your home remains secure. One end of this patio door security bar can adhere to one side of your door or window frame. It can be released to hang vertically, preventing any obstruction when the lock is not in use.
For sash windows, the locking bar installs above the sliding window and reaches up into the top of the frame, resting on top of the window when the lock is not in use.
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- Locks with stable, applied pressure to provide a firm lock and to reduce air leakage between the door or window and the panel insert.
- Small size with 15" - 25" range is ideal for sliding glass patio doors with pet door inserts and smaller sliding windows.
- Large size with 25" - 42" range is ideal for large sliding glass patio doors and larger sliding windows.
- Adjustable twist-tight security bar lock for doors and sliding windows comes pre-assembled.
- No tools required. No need for drilling into your door or window frame.
- Mounting components injection are molded Polycarbonate break resistant polymer and Telescoping tubes are extruded RPVC.
Security bars have been independently tested by Intertek and tested to withstand over 400 lbs of pressure in compression testing.
Choosing the right size:
- For sliding doors with a patio panel, measure the horizontal length from the edge of the door track to the edge of your slider when it is closed against the patio panel insert.
- For sliding doors that do not yet have a patio panel inserted, open the sliding door to mimic the width of the patio panel you will be inserting the bar into, and measure horizontally from the edge of the door track to the edge of your slider.
- For sash windows with a window panel insert, measure the vertical length from the top of the sliding window to the flat edge of the upper window frame.
- For sash windows that do not yet have a window panel insert, open the sliding window up to mimic the length of the window sash you will be inserting, and measure vertically from the top of the sliding window to the top of the window frame.