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Therma-Tru Fiberglass Doors Wood Doors Reapply topcoat every 3-5 years, or when gloss fades. Refinish every 1-2 years.

Clean door with a household detergent and water. Rinse and allow to dry completely. Apply topcoat to renew protection over the stained surface of your fiberglass door. Allow to dry completely. Rated a Consumers Digest Best Buy for its exceptional warranty, quality of materials and construction, and resemblance to a real wood door. Strip existing finish using solvent or chemical stripper. Ensure proper ventilation. Sand door until you reach bare wood. Clean all dust and sanding residue. Allow door to dry completely. Apply stain. Allow to dry at least 24 hours. Apply first coat of polyurethane. Allow to dry completely, then lightly sand surface. Apply second coat of polyurethane. Allow to dry completely.

Beauty doesn't have to be high maintenance.

We know wood is beautiful. That's why Classic-Craft premium entryways are crafted from the finest materials to accurately replicate the feel and integrity of a custom wood door. And while wood doors demand regular upkeep and refinishing, Therma-Tru fiberglass doors require minimal maintenance, saving you time and money.

Classic-Craft Collections

Find the right door that fits beautifully with your personal style and home. Choose from premium fiberglass entryways in four distinct wood grains that rival custom wood.

American Style Collection


Rustic Collection


Mahogany Collection


Note: Finish colors may vary from an actual application due to fluctuations in finishing or printing. See your Therma-Tru seller or visit www.thermatru.com for more details, including limited warranties and exclusions. Oak Collection


Classic-Craft Entry Doors

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