Andersen or Provia french doors

paulfurnDecember 21, 2011

We are looking at replacing our builder grade french doors and are considering the Andersen 400 series. Someone mentioned that Provia is a good door that we should consider. From other posts on this site they seem to have a good rep. Our doors will be in-swing, leading out to a screened porch, so they won't really be exposed to weather or direct sunlight. Based on this, can anybody think of any reason to go one way or the other?

Paul

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skydawggy

Provia makes the best fiberglass and steel doors available. Andersen is not even close in quality. Go with Provia if you want a door that is air tight and will never need to be replaced again.

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