How much do replacement entry doors in CT cost?
By fiderioandsons Dec 13, 2013
COST OF THERMA TRU REPLACEMENT ENTRY DOORS
A lot of people ask why there isn’t more information about the cost of replacement entry doors. The answer is because it depends on too many factors. Other websites may give you numbers for a limited number of products, but that still doesn’t give you a good idea of what the real cost will be. Our goal for this post is to give you a better understanding of the cost of a replacement entry door, and also explain why there is no simple formula the internet can use to give you a precise dollar value.
The price of replacement entry doors in Wallingford will depend on the size of the door you need, the number of panels you choose, and whether or not you choose lites and/or sidelites to border your entry door in ct. In general the more panels a door has, the more expensive it is. Adding lites to a door can also increase the cost, and if you do select lites, the type of glass you choose will be one of the main determining factors for cost.
Price also varies depending on the material you choose and the manufacturer. In terms of value, Therma Tru Reviews come out on top. Their innovative Accu-Grain technology offers the look of wood, but at a lower cost and with a gaurantee to last longer. There are many selections to choose from and a wide ranges of prices. Keep in mind, obtaining an in-home estimate is the best way to determine the final price.
The following values should help you compare the cost of different styles and configurations of Therma Tru Classic-Craft Entry Doors. The actual cost of any replacement front doors in Wallingford fluctuate based on supply and demand. The total cost you pay depends on the condition of your entry, promotions, installation, taxes, tax credits, ect.
We will go through the five collections of Therma Tru Classic-Craft doors in more detail. These collections include: American, Mahogany, Rustic, Oak, and Canvas.
The Classic Craft American Collection was inspired by architecture from the early 20th century. This is an excellent choice for entry doors in Connecticut homes that were built in the early-mid 1900s. Therma Tru Doors Reviews suggest this collection for Cottage, Bungalow, Colonial, and Revival style homes. They have the look and feel of real Douglas Fir with vertical wood grains, but the material resists splitting, warping, and rotting. Available sizes are 6’8′ and 8′. Price is influenced by the door style and glass selection. There are 5 door styles:
The above doors are arranged by price, from the least expensive configuration (with just one lite) to the most expensive configuration (6 lites.) There are many options for the glass as well. The Clear Low-E glass is the cheapest. Chord, Chinchilla, Granite, and Rainglass are mid-priced options. The homeward, villager, savannah, and hazelton decorative glasses are the most expensive.
The Oak Collection The style of this collection is probably the most versatile for replacement entry doors in Connecticut. The rich texture and appearance of oak adds curb appeal to just about any style of home. Therma Tru Doors Reviews highlight the authentic natural white oak grain. The added durability and insulation of fiberglass makes these doors a popular choice. There are 13 available styles for 6’8′ doors and 8 available styles for 8′ doors. Again, the style of door and type of glass influence the cost of the door. Adding a Colonial Grille to the Full Lite door may increase the cost as well.
Classic Craft Canvas Doors are another versatile choice for replacement doors, especially if you are looking for more modern entry doors in CT. These doors are made of smooth paintable fiberglass. There are 16 available door styles, 15 glass choices, and with the option of painting the style possibilities are unlimited. The following doors are arranged from least expensive to most expensive. The solid panel doors are the least expensive, and price increases with the size of the lites and number of panels:
The Mahogany Collection features rich elegant doors that suit European, Victorian and Colonial homes. Available sizes are 6’8′ and 8′. Price depends on door style, and glass selection. There are 11 door styles. Please see Therma Tru’s website for the full product line. Again, the type of glass will affect the price (low-e, chord, chinchilla, granite, and rain glass being the cheapest, and decorative glasses adding a significant amount to the final cost.) Some common configurations are pictured below and arranged from least to most expensive: Solid 6 panel, 1/2 lite, 3/4 lite, full lite, and twin lite.
The Rustic Doors Collection have a rich mahogany color and authentic hand-craftsmanship that complements Southwestern, Tuscan, and European Country style homes. There are 20 styles to choose from for 6’8′ doors, and 30 styles for 8′ doors. The following five doors are common configurations of rustic doors ct. Solid doors (like the 4 panel round top and full plank pictured below) are the least expensive. There is a wide range of prices for partial and full lite doors in this collection, with the type of glass being the main determining factor. Choosing decorative glasses (Longford, Bella Granite, Cambridge, Provincial, Augustine, Arcadia, Bella Bronze, Ashurst, Camino) can double the cost. Check out the full line up for more information.
Those are the basics for the Classic Craft Series, but Therma Tru also manufactures other lines of entry doors. Click here to see more, including therma tru patio doors.
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