With all the choices your customers have to make when selecting a door, we often recommend they start by identifying their home’s architectural style. This makes it easier for you to help them narrow down the door options that will look best on their home.

It Starts with Style

The power of curb appeal captures attention — and it starts with a stylish front entry door from Therma-Tru. Inspire your customers to choose entry doors by design with our guide to popular home styles.

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Closing in on the Right Door

Narrowing down the selection can be easy if you know the right questions to ask. Here are some ways to help narrow down which doors could be the right one.

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Presentation Is Everything

Presenting only entry door options that bring out the best of the home's style makes it easier to choose one. We help you do just that with a variety of customizable sell sheet templates. For step-by-step instructions on how easily build your sell sheets, view our How-to Guide.

Sell-Sheet Tools:

This ready-to-use PowerPoint is filled with door and glass names, descriptions and images. Simply copy and paste into your sell sheet.

Sell-Sheet Templates:

Use convenient PowerPoint templates with one, three or six doors per page — add or remove as needed. Choose Therma-Tru brand colors or a neutral palette, then insert door style images.

Spread the Word

Let everyone know you're available to help select a Therma-Tru entry door by home style. These sales tools include space for you to add a custom imprint to promote your business.

The Power of Curb Appeal

What difference does a door make? Find out how a stylish new Therma-Tru entry door can increase a home's perceived value by 4.2%, or $18,750, on average.*

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*From a nationwide survey of consumers' estimates of perceived home value based on exterior appearance. Not based on actual home sales. Results may vary based on region and home style. Therma-Tru's National Home Valuation Study was commissioned by Therma-Tru in 2015 and conducted by TNS, an independent provider of internet-based research.