We offer a complete variety of exterior doors
MyWindowsStore.com features Town & Country Industries line of ThermaTru entry doors. These doors features fiberglass, a durable alternative to wood or steel. Wood doors have many disadvantages and limitations vs. fiberglass doors.
- Beautiful Wood grains
- Wood offers a high-end look
- Scratches are easy to repair on wood doors
Wood Door Limitations
- More Expensive
- Wood absorbs moisture
- Wood can peel or bubble out
- Wood doors easily bow, warp and twist.
- Not energy efficient
Steel Door Advantages
- Lower Maintenance
- No cracking or bowing
- Energy Efficient
- Good insulating value & secure
Steel Door Limitations
- Steel doors easily dent
- Scratches on steel doors lead to rust
- Steel doors conduct temperature
Fiberglass Door Advantages
- Lowest Maintenance
- Resists denting and scratching
- Fiberglass doors offer a wood grain look
- Won’t rot, deteriote or rust
- Fiberglass doors are energy efficient
- Can paint or stain fiberglass doors
- Great insulating value and secure!
Fiberglass Door Limitations
Town & Country Fiberglass Entry Doors
These fiberglass entry doors are the first to feature a real wood look and feel. These doors are more durable than wood, and can replace steel or wood entry and patio doors. Fiberglass doors will not rot, crack, split or warp, plus they resist dents, scratches and rust. Therma-Tru fiberglass doors are priced more competitively compared to premium wood doors. These doors allow you to
add your own custom touch with a wide variety of panel sides, handcrafted glass, sidelites and transoms.
Tips for Painting Fiberglass Doors
If you already purchased a door from MyWindowsStore.com check out these quick pointers for painting a fiberglass door. Fiberglass doors are easy to paint and maintain. You want to start by cleaning the door. While cleaning a fiberglass door it’s important to use a detergent and water solution, then let it dry. You do not want to clean a fiberglass replacement door frame. Wiping the frame with a clean, dry cloth works best, do not wet the frame. Selecting the proper paint for a fiberglass door is easy. Just choose a high quality exterior latex or acrylic house paint of your color choosing. Paint one coat for white or light colors. If darker or medium colors are chosen, then use two coats. Be sure to paint the edges of the replacement door and exposed ends. Some helpful hints for a great finish are to paint when temperatures are above 50 degrees and humidity is below 85 percent. Always read the paint manufacturers instructions. Some paints may take up to two weeks to cure completely.