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Provia Entry Doors

Peter L | Posted in Green Products and Materials on

Found the Provia entry doors online. They claim a U-Value of 0.10 on the fiberglass polyurethane core doors.

Anyone use these doors?

What about cost for a 36″ x 84″ door?

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  1. Peter L | | #1

    The SIGNET line is what I was looking at.

  2. Steve Knapp CZ 3A Georgia | | #2

    Don't know anything about Provia, but you might want to check out Intus. Reasonable cost for a great product.

  3. Peter L | | #3

    I got a quote for the Provia door 36" wide x 80" tall - no glazing, no fancy options, just the standard door

    $3,700

    Wow, that is pricey for a door that size

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    Stephen Sheehy | | #4

    M y UPVC Intus doors, mostly glass, were about $1000 less, with comparable U value. Price included lockset. Nice doors, very pleased with them. They were a bit larger than 36x80.

  5. Steve Knapp CZ 3A Georgia | | #5

    I purchased my Intus door in September 2013, so pricing has likely changed. The door is mostly triple-pane glass. The quote included the lock set, which is outstanding.

    Dimension 1068 x 2350
    Area 2.5 m2
    Coef. Uw 0.164 Btu/(h.ft2.F)
    Price, USD 2258.83

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