Foot Operated Patio Lock

Sliding doors are some of the easiest for our children to open and they seem to be the most intriguing for them. The large windows that show them the outside world makes them want to get through it when you are not looking. Because of this you need to find something that will lock them in and keep intruders out;.

Sometimes the simplest lock is all you need in order to protect your patio door from intruders. The foot operated patio door lock is a small and compact lock that sits on the bottom of your sliding glass door. It locks the door securely, stays out of sight, and protects your home from unwanted intruders.

All you have to do is to place the door lock on the bottom of the patio door, tilt it forward with your foot, and then the steel jam will move into position and keep the door from opening. To unlock the door you just need to tilt the lock back with your foot and the jam will be removed.

Unlike the patio door lock with alarm this does not require that you take it on and off to open the patio door. It is easy to use and requires that you screw it to the floor jam on the door. It is best to use an automatic drill to mount it. This installation takes only a few minutes.

Many families will prefer to use these type of patio door lock when compared to the bar lock and will use it together with the keyed lock. It is very sturdy and easier for teenagers, adults, and seniors to use with little effort. It is made with tough enameled steel that keeps it durable and able to last for months or even years.


  • Will fit standard patio door tracks.
  • Installs in as little as five minutes with minimal drilling needed. The hardware will come with the product.
  • Is made with tough enameled steel to keep it strong and durable.
  • Easy to use and keeps children in and intruders out.
  • Costs as little as $10.