Content about Therma-Tru Corp.

July 9, 2014

Maumee, Ohio-based Therma-Tru Corp. primarily prides itself on being an industry game-changer. In 1982, the company introduced the market's first-ever fiberglass door, known in its official capacity as the Fiber-Classic.

People were surprised that the doors, with their polished, wood-grained appearance, were made with the materials that they were, remarks Deke Welles on the company website (Deke is the son of founder David Welles and the former president of Therma-Tru).

March 6, 2014

Therma-Tru Corp. has expanded its product line to include a new camber top glass shape, which provides a balance of privacy and light to the home.

March 27, 2013

The company points to the design influence of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Bauhaus school and even the Brady Bunch.

Maume, Ohio-based Therma-Tru introduced a new line of Pulse modern-style doors.

The contemporary door styles reflect four aesthetic feelings, according to the company: Eclectically Chic, Mid-Century Modern, Retrospective and Distinctively Modern.

“Pulse doors capture a modern feel, but at the same time bring you back to the 1940s through 1960s when door styles were simple,” said Derek Fielding, senior product manager for Therma-Tru Corp.

March 30, 2012

Maumee, Ohio-based Therma-Tru Corp. has introduced the Fiber-Classic Mahogany Collection 3-Panel Style Door.

The product is designed to meet consumer demand for fiberglass doors in hardwood grains with 3/4-glass options. It can be ordered as a solid, opaque unit or configured for either 3/4-rectangle or 3/4-oval lites in 17 different decorative glass options, plus four privacy options, clear Low-E and clear glass.