This looks like the right thing

A home owner from Seattle says:
Hi, there. We have a sliding glass door with the sliding door on the outside and the stationary one on the inside. It looks like you attach the short side of the security bar piece to the stationary door and attach an L-bracket to the far end of the sliding door itself.

Can this be installed at the bottom of the door, just above the track, so it's out of sight most of the time?

To open, do you pivot the security bar up so it's parallel to the stationary door?

Thanks for your help.
Paul
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Welcome to SWISCO. We would be glad to help, but first, I have a question: what part do you suspect you need? Your discussion subject line says "This looks like the right thing," but what is "this"? If you send us a SWISCO product code or image we can give you some more information about the part in question.
A home owner from Seattle says:
Yes, that would be helpful, wouldn't it? Sorry. Here's the URL:
Product Code: 80-006
Sliding-Patio-Door-Security-Bar-Lock/pd/Patio-Sliding-Glass-Door-Accessories/80-006

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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Installing the 80-006 lower is better, that way when you flip it out of the way to lock into the storage clip it doesn't hit the top of the patio door track. Just make sure when installing the brackets they don't interfere with the bottom rollers in the door.
A home owner from Seattle says:
That's great. I'll order it this week. Thanks for your help.
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