Therma-Tru Classic-Craft fiberglass entry doors are energy-efficient, durable, and have been recognized by Consumers Digest as a “Best Buy” in the fiberglass entry door category.
Leslie Segrete from The Money Pit demos the Schlage Alarmed Lock, which combines the security of a strong, secure lock with a sensor alarm that sounds the moment it detects vibration or motion with a door or handle.
The Schlage Alarmed Lock combines the security of a strong, secure lock with a sensor alarm so you can instantly hear what's happening at the door.
Find out how easy and inexpensive tweaks around your home can lift your mood during the winter doldrums. Get tips on using lighting, greenery and hardware polish to bring some much-needed cheer to your environment.
Find out why ODL add-on/DIY blinds and shades are superior to traditional blinds. ODL enclosed door blinds won't collect dust, won't swing or bang and have no exposed cords. They are easy to install and also increase a door's energy efficiency.
The Broan EVOLUTION Range Hood provides the largest filtration area and the quietest operation for removal of kitchen exhaust. The lighting in the Broan EVOLUTION Range Hood is twice as bright as other models, and its filters and surfaces are easy to clean.
Find out about exterior house color ideas on how to use exterior color to make your curb appeal pop in the best way possible.
Find out which doors qualify for Federal Tax Credit which allows up to $500 credit on a new, energy efficient front door.
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Learn about ODL's new Add-On Blinds, which are designed to deliver, privacy and convenience. Blinds are enclosed behind tempered safety glass, where they'll never need dusting.
Learn how to select paint colors for your front door that will complement and coordinate with your landscape.
Create a front door with drama and interest like some of the most famous front doors of all time. Fiberglass doors are weather resistant and won’t rot, warp, rust or dent.
ODL add-on door blinds offer privacy, shade and energy efficiency and never need to be dusted. Because they are enclosed behind tempered glass, add-on door blinds don't swing or bang and there are no hanging cords. Add-on blinds are easy to install.
Tips and advice on fiberglass doors that can look like exterior oak by home improvement expert Tom Kraeutler host of The Money Pit.
Learn about Decorum by Simonton vinyl window and door frames. Find out how to enhance the exterior of your home with door and window frames in unique colors.
Learn about Therma-Tru Vented Sidelites. Find out how Therma-Tru Vented Sidelites provide ventilation without the obstruction of storm doors or sliding screens.
Learn how to choose an energy-efficient entry door and get tax incentives in replacing your entry door. Energy-efficient front door is a great way to banish chills and welcome lower utility bills this season.
Find out how the right fiberglass door and accessories can create a lasting impression. Therma-Tru Doors and its sister brand, Fypon, offer some quick and easy ideas to enhance your front entry door with energy efficient fiberglass front entry doors.
View a cool door impact test conducted by door manufacturer Therma-Tru in this CN8 segment featuring Tom Kraeutler. A 2×4 missile is fired at 35 mph into a wood and fiberglass doors highlighting the storm resistance of different types of door construction.
Learn the best ways to decorate your front door and front entry to create a festive look and a great first impression. When choosing a front entry, consider energy efficiency, safety and security.
Learn how to get $1,500 in tax credit for energy-saving home improvements like replacing old doors for energy efficient ones.
Tax credits offer homeowner valuable options for home improvement that can result in reduction of taxes owed the government, but time is running out as these energy saving improvements must be completed by the end of 2010.
Learn how to check your patio door to see if it makes the grade for winter. The right patio door can protect your home during cold winter months.
Find out how replacing a wood front door with a more energy efficient fiberglass front door will help save money, energy and keep your home green.