MAUMEE, OHIO – Therma-Tru has introduced a variety of decorative new door glass options and door styles for 2015. The stylish assortment of new entry products are being introduced to provide builders and remodelers with choices for uniting today's top style trends with entryway systems.
"Moving into 2015 we continue to see homeowners gravitate toward more simple geometric designs in doors and the increased use of higher door openings," says Mark Savan, president of Therma-Tru Doors. "The new Therma-Tru® products for 2015 perfectly target these trends with exciting designs and the addition of taller entryway options."
For more than 50 years Therma-Tru has specialized in providing aesthetically-pleasing, award-winning door options and entrance solutions from a single supplier. "A Therma-Tru door with genuine Therma-Tru parts is more than just a beautiful door; it's a complete door system," says Savan. "Our doors offer uncompromising quality inside and out. By manufacturing or specifying every aspect of the complete door system --- including door panel, glass and components --- to a high quality standard, we create a reliable, dependable door system backed by the industry's most comprehensive warranty."*
New Decorative Glass Products for 2015
BorrassaTM - Stately wrought iron accentuates hammered glass in the elegant Borrassa doorlite to bring a dignified elegance to the home entryway. Capitalizing on market trends toward more linear and simplistic designs, the versatile wrought iron design of Borrassa translates easily into a wide variety of home styles, including Coastal, Mediterranean, Spanish and Old World. Available in the Classic-Craft Mahogany, Rustic and Canvas Collections.
ZahaTM -Dynamic and eye-catching, the high-energy design of Zaha decorative glass includes four different glasses joined together with right angles offset by curves to complement Contemporary style homes. The bold glass design comes with either black or brushed nickel caming, and is available in doorlites, sidelites and transoms in the Classic-Craft Mahogany, Rustic and Canvas Collections.
Expanded Decorative Glass Options for 2015
Homeward and Villager - The popular Homeward and Villager decorative glass design options are expanding in 2015. A variety of larger selections of glass sizes for the Craftsman-style glass are now available in all five Classic-Craft door collections. New glass sizes range from 25" x 35" to 25" x 66". As with all Therma-Tru decorative glass products, the Homeward and Villager glass doorlites are created with triple-pane glass construction to help reduce outside noise and increase energy efficiency in the home.
New, Taller Doors for 2015
Smooth-Star® 3/4 Lite 1-Panel Flush-Glazed Door - Ideal for both front entries and patio openings, the timeless look of the 3/4-lite 1-panel door style combines the beauty and performance of flushed-glazed glass in a smooth, paintable surface. Available now in 8'0" height to complement the statement on a grand entrance with high ceilings, this on-trend door has broad appeal to suit many home styles. A variety of grid patterns, glass choices and divided lite options make it easy to customize this impressive fiberglass door.
Smooth-Star® 7'0" Door Options - Designed to fit more openings, the Smooth-Star portfolio has expanded to include the popular 2-panel square top and 6-panel door styles in the seven-foot height. A wide assortment of decorative glass can be combined with this stylish door plus specialty glass options including Simulated Divided Lites, Grilles Between Glass, Removable Wood Grilles and Fixed Grilles to create more than 350 new Smooth-Star door and glass combinations in the 7'0" height.
Smooth-Star® and Traditions 8'0" 1/2-Lite 2-Panel Door Styles - The new Smooth-Star and Traditions 8'0" doors allow builders and remodelers to capitalize on trends toward taller ceiling heights. More than 200 new 1/2-lite 2-panel door styles options are now offered for use in several locations throughout the home. Available in 2'8", 2'10" and 3'0" widths to fill a variety of openings, these doors can be matched up with sidelites and transoms.