Real Deal Curb Appeal
Fact: Therma-Tru® Fiberglass Entry Doors from Huttig®
Can Increase a Home’s Perceived Value By an Average of $18,750—or 4.2%!*
Numbers don’t lie, and the numbers prove that Therma-Tru® fiberglass entry doors from Huttig® don’t disappoint. Now, you can tell your customers that they’re not just making a home more stylish or secure with their door selection—they’re also making a choice that adds value.
Don’t believe us? Here are some facts from the National Home Valuation Study* that prove Therma-Tru fiberglass entry doors are the real deal when it comes to curb appeal. Share these with customers to sell Therma-Tru fiberglass entry doors as a stylish, high-quality, smart investment to your customers:
- 90% of homebuyers look at photos of home exteriors on the internet, making curb appeal critical
- Improving curb appeal is one of the top 5 most valuable upgrades homeowners can make
- ENERGY STAR® certified windows, doors, and skylights can reduce energy bills up to 15%
- Potential homebuyers will form an opinion about a home’s value within 10 seconds of seeing it in person
Besides their home value-boosting qualities, Therma-Tru doors also offer several benefits customers will love. Most notably, Therma-Tru fiberglass entry doors offer all the beauty of natural wood, but without the downsides—in fact, these doors offer the durable performance of steel, with countless style possibilities for virtually any customer project.
- Vast array of styles
- Low maintenance
- Easy to install
- Energy efficient
Offer your customers the real deal in curb appeal—contact your Huttig rep today about Therma-Tru fiberglass entry doors.
Therma-Tru Curb Appeal Sell Sheet
See more from the August 2017 issue of Dealer Digest.
[*] From a nationwide survey of consumers’ estimates of perceived home value based on exterior appearance. Not based on actual home sales. Results may vary based on region and home style. Therma-Tru’s National Home Valuation Study was commissioned by Therma-Tru in 2015 and conducted by TNS, an independent provider of Internet-based research.
 National Association of Realtors