Therma-Tru Classic-Craft from Huttig—One panel, every home

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How can one door work so well with so many different homes? The stylish 1-panel Shaker Classic-Craft entry door from Therma-Tru from Huttig, features a beautiful, minimalist design versatile enough to fit perfectly with many modern home motifs. That makes it a quick and easy sale.

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Classic-Craft Shaker-style doors convey honest, traditional design with square sticking, which means that the profile of the bars surrounding the recessed panel have a clean, square edge. Square-edged divider bars can also be applied to the door to create a variety of new looks.

These doors are perfect for homes with other Shaker-style wood elements, such as trim, cabinets and interior doors. Your customers can create a cohesive look by using the same Shaker design for side and back doors. Available in 6’8″ or 8’0″ heights, they pair perfectly with Therma-Tru Classic-Craft sidelites, which are also available in both heights.

Therma-Tru’s exclusive AccuGrain technology replicates natural Fir wood grain so closely that no one will suspect a durable, energy efficient, fiberglass door. Homeowners will experience the integrity of a solid, precision-engineered entryway built for long-term durability, stability and peace of mind. Classic-Craft has been designed to create a premium entryway homeowners can feel confident is a smart investment for years to come.

Therma-Tru fiberglass doors are thermally efficient too. A polyurethane foam core makes up the heart of each door, offering up to four times* the insulating R-value of conventional wood, contributing to the home’s energy efficiency.

Now is the time to stock up on the popular and versatile 1-panel Shaker Classic-Craft entry door from Therma-Tru from Huttig!

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*Comparison of fiberglass to wood doors (both without glass).

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