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Premium Fiberglass Collections

Premium Fiberglass Doors are another name for Therma-Tru’s Classic-Craft doorline. They feature an architectural layout and their own line of glass.

Classic-Craft American (CCA)

The simple vertical lines and Shaker-style recessed panels of Classic-Craft American Style premium fiberglass entryways blend timeless looks with modern design for an entry that is the perfect complement to a variety of homes. Features high-definition vertical Fir grain with Shaker styling, ideal for a variety of homes from Arts and Crafts to Contemporary and Modern.

Classic-Craft Mahogany (CCM)

Especially suited for European, Victorian and Colonial home styles, Classic-Craft Mahogany premium fiberglass entryways are a sophisticated, elegant option for homeowners looking to make a statement by creating dramatic, grand entrances. Offers rich, warm wood tones in authentic Honduran Mahogany, especially suited for European, Victorian and Colonial homes.

Classic-Craft Rustic (CCR)

Designed to complement American Southwest and European-inspired home styles, Classic-Craft Rustic premium fiberglass entryways feature casually elegant wood graining that can be coordinated with decorative glass and accessories to create enchanting entrances. Seamlessly blends Southwest and European styling with rustic wood grains to evoke Old World charm.

Classic-Craft Oak (CCO)

With warm wood graining, Classic-Craft Oak premium fiberglass entryways are designed as the perfect complement to homes with Traditional styling. Features warm wood grains with the look of classic Oak, suitable for homes with Traditional styling.

Classic-Craft Canvas (CCV)

The first premium smooth, paintable fiberglass door to carry the Therma-Tru® brand name, Classic-Craft Canvas is designed for homeowners seeking the aesthetics of a sleek, modern entryway that can be adapted to suit multiple styles. Creates a sleek, modern entryway with a smooth, paintable surface for virtually unlimited color options both inside and out.

Updated on May 13, 2019

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