Most doors are 3 feet wide, but total width of your entry depends on many factors. Be sure to get accurate measurements.
Most doors are 6 feet, 8 inches high, but newer doors may be up to 8 feet high. Be sure to get accurate measurements.
Wood-grained doors can be stained or painted, while smooth surface doors are perfect for painting.
A front door that complements your home’s architecture can enhance its curb appeal. Get tips on how to identify your home style.
More than 80% of Therma-Tru door and glass options are ENERGY STAR. Learn more about energy efficient products.
Fire-Rated products are built to withstand high temperatures. Some Therma-Tru doors can be ordered as 20-Minute or 90-Minute Fire-Rated products. Learn about fire ratings.
Protect your home against severe storm damage with impact-rated doors and glass, required by building codes in some areas. Learn about impact ratings.
Noise-reducing doors are built differently to help keep outside sounds out for a more peaceful home. Learn more about noise-reducing doors.
Options include fixed grilles, removable grilles or grilles sealed between the glass.
Offering up to a 16% increase in visible glass area, flush-glazed glass is built directly into the door during manufacturing to eliminate the need for a lite frame.
Internal blinds are cordless blinds enclosed between glass for privacy and convenience.
Factory-coated Low-E glass delivers exceptional energy efficiency.
On-trend wrought iron adds Old World charm to select glass styles.