Freedom Pet Pass Earns First-Ever California Energy Commission Label for Pet Doors
Freedom Pet Pass has announced that it has achieved default label approval from the California Energy Commission (CEC) for its line of pet doors. The CEC label indicates that the product meets the stringent energy-efficiency standards outlined in California’s Title 24 rules for residential construction. Freedom Pet Pass dog and cat doors are the first and only pet doors to receive this approval.
To qualify for the CEC label, Freedom Pet Pass cat and dog doors underwent a series of official tests at Architectural Testing Incorporated, an independent third-party laboratory that tested the doors for air leakage and resistance to heat transfer. The test results are documented on the CEC label and show that Freedom Pet Pass doors are 10 times more energy-efficient than the CEC requirements for pet doors.
“This is a great development for dogs, cats, and their owners” said Brian Algar, founder of Freedom Pet Pass. “For the first time, there is a pet door that meets code requirements and can be included in the design and construction of new homes as well as renovations.”
All Freedom Pet Pass doors are now shipped with the California Energy Commission label both on the outer packaging and attached to the door itself for easy inspection and verification by code officials. Freedom Pet Pass energy-efficient pet doors can be purchased directly from the company’s website.
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