A storm door is a great way to add an attractive extra layer of security to your home. In fact, many of our doors also include break-through resistant glass panels to keep your home safe. Plus, a storm door really does a great job of protecting your home from the elements mother nature throws at it. Our storm door acts as your front line of defense and creates your first barrier to weather, reducing the effect of air leaks from your primary door.
Here at Tennessee Thermal, we are extremely proud of our reputation as one of the trusted leaders in the home improvement industry. We’ve earned our reputation by offering the highest quality products at fair and honest pricing. Every single product is tested and examined extensively before we will put the Tennessee Thermal name on it. What sets us our products apart is that they are made out of the most durable materials you will find.
All of our high quality doors are custom made, durable, and weather resistant. We believe in our products so much that we proudly stand behind them with our warranty program. Our doors are solidly constructed from fiberglass or steel. Your preference. The extra weather stripping not only makes your home more energy efficient, but it protects your home from water and debris.
Now that we covered added security, and protecting your home from the elements, we need to discuss energy efficiency. Our doors are a very effective way to really up your home’s energy efficiency. It’s no secret that the cost of energy is rising and analysts say it’s going to continue to do so. Our smart door will help you keep your house cooler in the hot summer months. The windows can be replaced with insect screens in the summer, allowing better air flow through the house and limiting the need for air conditioning. In the cold winter months, our door reduces heat conduction through the existing door by creating an insulating air pocket between the two doors.
- Adds home value
- Energy efficient
- Extra home security
- Protects from elements
- Adds beauty
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