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Editor's Therma Tru Window Review

Therma Tru Doors, which makes Therma Tru replacement windows, is owned by Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (they also own Larson Windows, as well as several other home related companies). The parent company is headquartered in Illinois, but Therma Tru seems to sell their windows mostly in Texas and a couple of surrounding states. They sell their windows through both the big box storeslike Lowes, as well as through local window dealers.

I don't hear all that much about Therma Tru to be honest. They seem to be most associated with the big building supply stores. Of my list of recommended Texas based window manufacturers, therma Tru has yet to make it on as of yet.

Therma Tru Doors and Windows warranty will typically include lifetime coverage on vinyl window parts and services, but will not include the labor costs to replace the product. Warranty provisions frequently change so make sure to read the specific warranty information on the Therma Tru replacement window you purchase.

Therma Tru Windows gets 3.9 out of 5 stars based on 5 Therma Tru windows reviews below.

Dane - Site Editor - Updated in 2023

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ThermaTru Windows In Texas

Hi Dane, we are doing an addition to our home in North Texas, and the building supply store that our contractor is using carries the brands below. We are interested in a good mid-priced window and would love any recommendations you have on the window manufacturers below. If you had three recommendations from below, that would be great so we could give some options to our contractor. Thank you!

American Window Systems
Anderson
Atrium
Crystal View
Energycore Windows of Texas
Krestmark
Norandex
Pella
Ply Gem
Simonton
ThermaTru

Munsoor - Homeowner - from 2022

[Website Editor Reply]

Munsoor, I would rank the top six brands/companies as such

ProVia
Wincore
ThermaTru
Simonton
Pella
Ply Gem

In addition, here are my recommendations: [recs pulled]

Dane - Website Editor - from 2022


Thermatru vs. Anlin Malibu

Hi again Dane, Do you know about doors too? Trying to decide between Anlin Del Mar Malibu (or maybe Anlin Bay View) vinyl french doors (double swing) and a fiberglass french door from another manufacturer (Milgard Ultra or Thermatru). I've read things about vinyl doors that make me think we should avoid them but it's hard to find an unbiased source about doors.

Christina - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Christina, the Anlin Del Mar Malibu door is quite good. Thermatru makes a very good door, and the Milgard Ultra is quite decent. The fiberglass is usually going to be quite expensive and I think the vinyl door gets you equal energy efficiency. Some people just really like fiberglass, but I think the Anlin vinyl door option is the way to go from a long term value proposition myself.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021


Therma Tru Doors

Hello Dane, I have been looking at some of your reviews on different window companies, so I‘m wondering if maybe, you are able to help me narrow down the competition. I am looking to replace some double-hung windows, slider windows, and a picture window. I’ve looked at Sunrise, Provia, Simonton, and Greatlakes. I am also looking for windows that will last for long time. Do you have any suggestions?

I’m also looking to replace a front entry door with two sidelights, a side door, and a back entry door. I’m looking for a modern look door and I have looked at Albany, Provia, and Therma Tru. Again, any suggestions?

Tyrone - Homeowner - from 2021

[Site Editor's Answer]

Hi Tyrone, I'm going to go ahead and send you my lists with windows to look for. In general, you are on the right track.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2021


Therma Tru Windows

Hi my contractor is replacing all of my windows n possibly my front door and recommended therma tru windows. Pros? Cons? How r they in comparison to some others like American standard?

Thank u!

Andi - Homeowner - from 2018

[Website Editor Reply]

Andi, from the little I know, Therma Tru makes a very good door. I wasn't aware they made windows though. Their website doesn't mention windows. I'd double check with the contractor on the brand of windows he's considering. As for the doors, I'd say Therma Tru sounds like a good option.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2018


Therma-Tru Windows vs Andersen and Pella

We're replacing 16 double-hungs, 2 picture, and 3 center-hinged inswing French doors. We've got estimates from Marvin Integrity and Infinity (with and without Everwood), Pella ProLine and Impervia, Andersen 100 and 450 (Tilt Wash [TW] for windows) -- conversion kits and inserts, and Home Depot vinyl. All options are a lot of money for our budget.

A reputable window supplier (not installer) is advising us to do the Andersen TW conversion kit for all the double hungs, replace the sash and stops on the bay windows, and go with Thermatru fiberglass French doors. The TW conversion kits we could do on our own and we don't lose any viewing area. We would likely still have a contractor do the doors.

This route sounds like the way to go and could save us a heap of money. Does this seem like the best way to go from a cost-effective and useful-life standpoints?

I could send you all cost numbers tomorrow, if you'd like to see those. Thank you.

Jonathan - Homeowner - from 2016

[Site Editor's Response]

Jonathan, all three options you have selected are rather expensive, three of the more pricey options you can opt for. I don't know enough about Thermatru to say whether they are good or not, from their website they look pretty interesting. I'm curious whether the window supplier's price compares with your others.

If these options are all out of your budget, you should consider going with a vinyl replacement window and door option. Okna, Sunrise, Soft-Lite, and Polaris are all really high quality vinyl windows and should be a third less than those wood window options and will come with better warranties and require less maintenance. Get a couple bids from one or more of these brands and see how they comepare.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2016







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