Most 6' 8" single entry Therma-Tru doors are compatible with the Impressions integrated storm and entry door system.
- Bold statements in door design
- Modern looks or vintage styles
- Ready to stain or paint
- Weather resistance
- Security and durability
- High energy-efficiency R-values
This vertical flowing pattern is reminiscent of waves on water for ultimate privacy.
Reviews & Questions
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jennymishell from Prettier in person! I chose the 3/4 lite smooth star with full view sidelights and transom, and factory paint finish in Lunar Moth. All I can say is that this door is stunning - the glass is much more beautiful than depicted in any pictures. I am so happy with it. My previous door was rotten and had to be replaced. My house is not grand, so I didn't want anything too fancy, and yet I still wanted to feel like I had something different. The saratoga is perfect! Also, the decorative glass and caming are sandwiched between sheets of flat glass interior and exterior, which insulates as well as makes cleaning a breeze!
Date published: 2018-06-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bush from Very Disappointed We purchased an Entry way door, double patio doors, and a single patio door for our home. Less then a year after we purchased the doors we noticed one of the double patio doors glass shattered. The door is located inside our pool cage so we know that nothing hit the glass to shatter it. Our dealer along with myself both contacted Therma Tru about the shattered glass and we were both told it is not covered under the warranty. Only door defects are covered. I also found out that Therma Tru doesn't assemble the doors, they only supply the pieces. I am very disappointed in this company for not standing behind their product.
Date published: 2022-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by SMG2018 from Simply beautiful! We wanted an opaque door for our new home, but something that was a bit more contemporary than the standard 6-panel option you see everywhere. This door was perfect! We chose Chord glass sidelites instead of the clear glass our builder offered as standard. We love that the Chord glass gives us privacy and has a unique look to it, plus it's flush-glazed which means there’s no frame around the glass – just a simple edge. Last but not least, we're so happy our builder used all pieces and parts from Therma-Tru – the sill, the hinges, the weatherstrip – everything is from the same place so we know it’s all designed to fit together perfectly and last for years to come!
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellen 12 from Love our front door! We had a Therma-tru Pukse door with the Ari Axis glass package installed last year on our 1960s mid-century modern house. We love the extra security and energy efficient fit, but most of all we love how it looks. It’s the perfect door for our home and we get so many compliments from our friends and neighbors. Thanks for helping us to truly make our house our own.
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Megan from Side Door - Control my view I love this door. Even though it's just a side door, this is the door we walk through all the time. What I love about it is that even though it opens to a dark space for stairs up into my home and down to my basement, I can control light in the space and also what I want to see outside. I love the ability to control that without having to open the door.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by SMG2018 from Durable and Beautiful! We have two of these doors in our home and both are in the garage area (one goes into our home, the other goes from the garage to the outside). These are the entries we use most and the doors have stood up to the wear and tear beautifully – no dents, dings or scratches. Our builder mentioned how incredibly durable Therma-Tru fiberglass doors are and I couldn’t agree more. They’re perfect for our busy family and look great in our home.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Disappointed Highly recommended, poor quality. Door was warped from new and never got right. Then glass seal failed so now is cloudy and dirty looking. This door should have never left the factory.
Date published: 2020-04-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by ScottInFoco from Not worth the price, some quality issues On paper, the specs for this door are great. However, the actual product falls short in a number of areas. I ordered the door unfinished. There were splinters and tear-out at all the mortises. On the edges, the seams between the fiberglass cladding and the wood substrate were irregular (bare wood exposed in seams) and needed to be filled. There was excess silicone sealant near the sweep seal on the bottom of the door and at the jamb-sill joints. Some of the staples used in the jamb/frame construction were mislocated, resulting in splintered wood in the jab. The jamb-side weather-stripping has some tears/slices in it. All the lockset plates I tried did not fit the mortises in the jamb; in the end, I had to modify the mortises in the jamb to fit one of the most common, Schlage lockset plates. I ordered the door from Home Depot. When the door was delivered, there was no documentation or hardware included (except the plastic plugs used to conceal the countersunk fasteners on the inside window trim). Home Depot contacted the manufacturer and was told many doors lately were errantly shipping without the accompanying hardware and documentation. Home Depot forwarded me installation instructions and a video from Thermatru via email, but I had to install the door using my own hardware (and without the wedges of weatherstripping at the bottom corners, and whatever else hardware was not provided to me). Those instructions were woefully inaccurate and generic. When following those instructions, there is no guarantee that the locking mechanisms in the door will align with the mortises/holes in the jamb after the door is installed. Fortunately I realized this before finishing the install and made the necessary corrections. All said and done, I am satisfied with the final installation. However, for the price, I expect a much higher quality of construction, instruction, and attention to detail.
Date published: 2018-08-29