IMPACT, WINDSTORM, & ENERGY STAR RATINGS
IMPACT PERFORMANCE RATINGS:
GlassCraft’s FiberCraft Premium Entry Doors have been tested for compliance and are approved for installation in those catastrophe areas along the Texas and Florida Coast. See Approval reports and details below.
Texas Dept. of Insurance (TDI) Approval:
WINDSTORM PERFORMANCE RATINGS
GlassCraft Entry Doors have been tested for compliance and are approved for installation in those catastrophe areas along the Florida and Texas Coast, when installed as specified in the International Residential Code (IRC) and the International Building Code (IBC). Click on the links below for more information:
Texas Dept. of Insurance (TDI) Windstorm Approval:
⊛ Hardwood Inswing and Outswing Hinged Glazed Single and Double Doors with Sidelites and Half Circle Transom: DR-239
⊛ Portobello and Estancia Wood Glazed Inswing and Outswing Hinged Doors: DR-283
⊛ Portobello and Estancia Hardwood Arch Top and Round Top Glazed Inswing and Outswing Hinged Double Doors: DR-335
⊛ TDL Arch Top Hardwood Glazed Inswing and Outswing Hinged Double Doors: DR-336
⊛ 8′-0″ Hardwood Glazed Single Inswing and Outswing Side Hinged Doors W/Speak Easy: DR-826
⊛ Mahogany Glazed Single Inswing and Outswing Side Hinged TDL Door w/TDL Sidelites and Mahogany Glazed Inswing and Outswing Double Side Hinged TDL Door w/Half Circle TDL Transom: DR-828
Florida Windstorm Approval:
GlassCraft FiberCraft Entry Doors have been evaluated for Energy Star compliance and certified by the National Fenestration Council (NFRC) and the National Accreditation and Management Institute (NAMI).
Look for the U-Factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) when making a buying decision. The U-Factor measures the rate of heat transfer and tells you how well the window insulates. The lower the U-Factor, the better the insulation. The Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) tells you how well the product blocks heat caused by sunlight. The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat the door transmits.