Types of Doors We Offer  

Exterior Doors 

When shopping for exterior doors, safety and insulation are probably at the top of your wish list. Fiberglass doors provide a high insulating value and are predominantly low maintenance.  Steel doors provide peace of mind with high levels of security at an affordable price. Genuine wood doors give homeowners the traditional and luxurious style they want when inviting guests into their home!  No matter what you’re looking for, we’ll help you figure it out. Once we know the material, we can help you learn about different textures, looks, and uses of glass. And that’s just the front door! 

Some of our most popular exterior doors are patio and deck entrances. If you need a simple slider, or want to step up to beautiful French doors, we have the tools to find the perfect door. 


Storm Doors  

Storm doors can help protect your exterior door investment, give you added security, and open your home to the outdoors without really being wide open. Maybe a retractable screen fits your lifestyle or maybe a full glass look is perfect for you. There are a variety of full, partial and decorative glass options. We’re here to help you figure out what is best for you.  

Interior Doors 

Traditional, all-panel interior doors provide ultimate privacy and are available in hollow core, solid core, MDF and wood. Hollow core doors are best for areas where noise volume isn’t too important (like a pantry door for instance). Solid core doors are ideal for rooms where you want to keep sound out (like bedrooms and offices). If you are looking for something unique, consider glass panel doors, bi-fold doors, sliding pocket doors, or a wood louvered interior door that allows for air flow between rooms while providing privacy. Whether you are looking to close off a room, upgrade your closet, or simply want to replace an old door, we have the selection and the team to help you navigate all the options. We also carry trim to add that finishing touch to a completed project.

Trusted Brands 


ProVia Doors  

As a family owned company that began in 1977, ProVia holds themselves to a high standard of integrity, accountability and quality. The name ProVia can be translated to “The Professional Way.” The company focuses on producing professional-class products in a professional way. All ProVia products are backed by a lifetime warranty as a commitment of their workmanship. ProVia products are built to last a lifetime and excel in unmatched beauty, durability, energy efficiency and security.  

The ProVia door line includes four styles of entry doors, five styles of storm doors and four styles of patio doors. All doors are fully customizable in terms of door glass, grid lines, accessories, hardware and stain or paint options. Explore the various styles using the links in the chart below. 

Click here to view Provia Door Catalog

Entry Doors

Embarq Fiberglass

Signet Fiberglass

Heritage Fiberglass

Legacy Steel


Storm Doors






Patio Doors






Therma-Tru Doors 

Therma-Tru doors are all about style, quality and security. If you’re looking to make a statement with an entryway, Therma-Tru will have exactly what you’re looking for! Their Classic-Craft collection provides premium fiberglass doors, while their Fiber-Classic collection offers popular styles for every price range. When it comes to contemporary styles, the Pulse door collection offers clean lines and crisp angles to deliver sleek, modern designs. If modern isn’t your cup of tea, Therma-Tru offers a Traditions line and Profiles line that feature stylish steel doors at an exceptional value.  

Therma-Tru understands that your entry is more than just a door; with stylish glass designs, finishing options and accessories, the entryway to your abode should make you feel right at home! Entry doors include typical front doors, patio doors, veranda doors, house-to-garage doors, side doors and garage exterior doors. The options are endless!


Door Materials Comparison 

Fiberglass, steel or wood? What may seem like a simple choice, has more to it than you may think. Consider what’s important to you, where the door will be installed, and how regularly you plan to do maintenance such as painting, staining or repairing scratches. 






Energy Efficiency *** *** *
Weather Resistance *** ** *
Can be stained or painted yes only painted yes
Low Maintenance *** ** *
Durability *** * **
  • Offers up to four times the insulating R-value of wood
  • Won’t warp, rot or dent
  • Looks and feels like real wood
  • good insulating value
  • low cost
  • high end look
  • feels warm and inviting to the touch
  • can easily repair scratches
  • can be expensive
  • the material is difficult to trim, so it’s not well suited for doors that aren’t standard sizes
  • easily dented and scratched
  • cannot be stained
  • can feel cold or hot to the touch
  • requires refinishing every 1-2 years
  • absorbs moisture which can cause the finish to peel or bubble
  • can be expensive