Therma-Tru Glass Options

Therma-Tru sells a variety of glass options so every homeowner can have a look to match their home style – from decorative glass to add some intricacy into the home or glass with divider bars to line up with the bars on the nearby windows.

Decorative Glass

All decorative, privacy, and textured glass has a triple-pane construction. The decorative, privacy, or textured glass is enclosed between tempered glass offering superior quality and thermal performance.

Low-E and Clear Glass

All Low-E and clear glass panels are tempered to provide added safety. Factory-coated Low-E glass delivers exceptional energy efficiency. In cold weather, Low-E glass can help reduce the loss of heat by reflecting the heat back inside the home. In warm weather, Low-E glass reflects the sun’s rays off of the glass, helping to keep the interior of the home cool.

Glass Sizes

Therma-Tru offers various glass sizes and shapes.

Flush-Glazed Glass

Flush-glazed designs provide a simple profile with no added embellishments around the glass. Flush-glazed glass also offers up to a 16% increase in visible glass area than conventional lite frames.

Flush Glazed

Lip Lite

Internal Blinds

Internal Blinds allow for privacy and convenience of a cordless blind enclosed between the glass. The blinds are protected between two panes of tempered glass for enhanced safety and performance. It is a kid- and pet-friendly choice. The blinds remain dust free and the glass is easier to clean than with traditional blinds. Internal blinds are also available with the option of Low-E glass for improved energy efficiency.

Divided Lites

Divided lites enhance the beauty of any home with a variety of options for entry and patio doors. Tailor the look with different textures, profiles, widths and color choices. Divided lites can be coordinated with the home’s window patterns for a cohesive look and increased curb appeal. Divided lites are available in Colonial, Craftsman, and Prairie designs to match a variety of architectural designs.

Updated on May 15, 2021

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