When it comes to doors, a sliding door is a great way to enjoy the great outdoors while relaxing indoors from the comforts of your couch! A siding door is a great choice and provides a slew of benefits. For starters a sliding door creates a very attractive element to your home, a widened entryway that allows extra natural light into your home. This can be considered an eco-friendly or “green” improvement to your house, which adds value to the home. Another perk is that this door creates the optical illusion of there being more space in a room than actually exists. This is particularly advantageous in homes where a small kitchen leads to the back patio or back yard, as small rooms need all the help they can get to feel a bit larger and more comfortable. Another feature that I love is that these smart doors insulate the home well from the elements. No matter what the season!
Here at Tennessee Thermal, we are extremely proud of our reputation as one of the trusted leaders in the industry. We've earned our reputation by ONLY putting our name on the highest quality products and offering fair and honest pricing. ALL of our doors are exceptionally durable, as well as low maintenance and energy efficient. They are high-performance exterior doors. Our doors are customizable and our air tight installations can help eliminate uncomfortable drafts. This is extremely important because gaps and leaks mean high energy bills. Our air tight custom doors and expert installation will ENSURE that you get an energy efficient door. This means lower energy bills EVERY month!
The extra weather stripping on our replacement doors not only makes your home more energy efficient, but it protects your home from water and debris. We have lots of styles and colors to blend seamlessly with your home. Our replacement doors can be customized to fit your needs.
*Adds home value *Energy efficient *Extra home security *Customized *Protects from elements *Adds beauty
Beautiful, energy efficient, and incredibly durable. That’s the Tennessee Thermal difference!
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