Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 by Michael Gabrian
When you’re looking at new entry doors, it’s easy to get lost in the pros and cons of choosing certain materials. ProVia offers both steel and fiberglass doors that both prove to be excellent, durable, energy efficient options.
Let’s tackle the question; when it comes to choosing between steel and fiberglass, when is steel better for your new entry door?
ProVia Legacy Pros and Cons
ProVia’s Legacy steel door has two prime benefits, durability and low cost. ProVia’s steel doors are made of 20-gauge steel and won’t warp or crack. If you’re looking for the strongest, most durable option, steel is the right choice for you. This also plays into the security of you home. If home security is a concern of yours, I absolutely recommend a Legacy steel entry door. The one issue is though they don’t require a lot of maintenance, if scratched deep enough, the scratch needs to be primed and painted.
Energy efficiency is also a big factor when choosing a new entry door, and the Legacy proves to be highly efficient. These doors are foam filled by a computer-driven process, meaning that every inch of the door will be filled, maximizing it’s insulative properties.
ProVia Legacy steel entry doors are ideal options for homeowners looking for maximum durability and security, without spending a ton of money. Door customization and design matters, but you’re not looking for the extravagant, high-detailed wood grains.
Interested in a totally free estimate on a steel entry door? Give us a call today.