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ProVia Doors Reviews

Read ProVia Doors reviews from homeowners who have used their high quality products in the past.

Company Information: ProVia was originally called Precision Door - doors were their original focus of this fast-growing company. Eventually, they went into the window end of the business, and have been expanding ever since. While not a household name, ProVia makes some of the very best doors in the United States, and their Endure series is one of my favorites (given the right price point).


ProVia Doors Rank: 1st
(Amongst All Companies)


Available Types And Styles: The company offers a number of different types of doors: entry doors, french, storm doors, and sliding patio. They use three main materials: vinyl, steel and fiberglass. ProVia Doors are available in the following styles: Victorian, Tudor, Spanish, Modern, Farmhouse, Craftsman, Colonial and Cape Cod.

Available Series: The company offers their patio doors in the following models: Endure, Aspect, and ecoLite. Their Storm Door model include: DuraGuard, Spectrum, Decorator, Superview, and Deluxe.


"As far as I'm concerned, ProVia makes one of the best door lines available in the United States. A definite buy for me, given the right price point and an install company with a good to great reputation for quality."


ProVia Doors get a 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 14 ProVia Doors reviews below.

Dane - Site Editor - Updated In January, 2024

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Dane - Site Editor


Provia Door Prices

Dane, looking into the Ideal majestic series - I need to replace 10 double hungs and this include their Energy Green Package. Price came out to $610 per window and then $4000 for a Provia Endure Sliding door. I like the Majestic because it has a narrow frame when you compare it to the Soft-lite Elite - plus the price tag $1500 less expensive. Which option is the better move do you think?

Mandy - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Mandy, the better move here is the Ideal Majestic and the ProVia door. Great combination - both high quality products and the price point sounds very fair to me. This is a no brainer.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


Pro-Via Front Doors Cost

Hi Dane, I am currently looking to replace 6 windows, a sliding door, and my front door. I have a quote for:

Okna 500 windows
Okna Elegante 8800
Pro-via front door
Total Cost: $17000

And another quote for
Softlite Classic Plus
Softlite Kingsroyal or Provia Endure the price is about the same
Pro-via front door
Total Cost: $15000

I am decided on the second option as from all I could read the Softlite Classic Plus and Okna 5000 are pretty much on the same level.

My question is regarding the sliding door. Would you recommend the SL Kingsroyal or the Provia Endure considering they are the same price and the installer offers both.

Thank you!

Michael - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Michael, both of the doors are great, but the ProVia is generally considered the better brand for doors. I haven't done a head-to-head on those doors specifically, but ProVia is my number one pick on doors. The only caveat would be if you want the windows and door "look" to match because you are using all Soft-Lite products. I would have to see the specific ProVia series and look at it next to the windows. Worth a call to the Soft-Lite rep to see what he says.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


Patio Door Update

Hi Dane! How are you?? I went with the Provia patio door back in June and I love it! But now my windows are leaking (3 of them at least, maybe more) and I am back again to ask your advice. Could you re-send me your list so I can see what is out there in terms of companies that service my area? Thanks - your the best!

Dawn - Homeowner - from 2023


ProVia Doors Reviews In Georgia

Hi Dane, I was hoping you could help me out on a quote I've recently received. It's on the Vytex Fortis series with a ProVia Legacy door. I have four fixed frame windows and six double hungs, plus a ProVia legacy steel door that comes with a transom. The bid price was $12.8K. Thank you in advanced. We are in Cumming, Georgia. (Vytex Windows Reviews)

Raj - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Raj, not a cheap bid, but definitely in the ballpack of fair if the company doing the work has good to great reviews. I love the ProVia doors, they are some of the best in business. I'd say you have one solid bid there. No get three more to compare if you want to up the odds of getting the best deal out there! I can send you my list if you'd like.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


Recommendations, Please!

Hi Dane! I have my original patio door, house built 1977..i have started getting water in the window under it and in the track. Had 5 contractors “look” and only one said to replace the door. (then didnt hear back from him) but no one checked under the siding. A high school friend owns a handyman service and came to look..took siding off..damage to flashing(under the patio door) which he believes is coming from the door where 2 holes on the sill were left open and an issue w siding by door. The original door/windows are aluminum..he is suggesting vinyl..seems all the places that have a show room here in Nj carry/push only anderson..which i have read not great things about the wood clad. (Got prices for the 200 series and 400 but then saw online the 200 series has a draining issue)

I am now very concerned about what to install and feel like im on my own. My friend will repair the damage and install the door...so its not like he installs doors everyday being he does all kinds of handyman/contractor work. He suggested Silverline (what is your opinion on that brand) and told me they dont really make aluminum doors anymore so dont bother looking..i see there are a few companies that do, i want a door that i will not be replacing anytime soon, i am on a budget (disabled).

I can manage $2500 if need be for the door, but dont want to sacrifice quality. I also have a highway behind my house and am worried about noise. What is ypur suggestion of brand/material? Ive seen Sunrise recommended n there is a store that sells them here but when i went online not good reviews. ProVia was mentioned, as was Therma Tru. Is it best for them to be factory assembled? That is I see one of the issues with Anderson, some are, some u put it all together yourself. From what I see the vinyl are one piece and Im thinking easier to install and Im not sure if thats why hes pushing vinyl. Any advice is appreciated. Therma Tru Doors Reviews

Dawn - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Dawn, I think you are correct to avoid wood clad windows. I don't agree with your handyman friend about Silverline. I think if you read these Silverline Windows reviews, you will see what others have to say as well. I think you would be best served by getting quality local window companies to come out and bid out the job. Collect the bids and then send them to me and I'm happy to weigh in and let's find a great solution for you!

Here is my list of recommended brands -- but I will say that the best doors out there belong to ProVia in my opinion -- most of these when properly installed will go a long ways toward deadening the noise behind your house. Therma Tru Doors are also quite good. Remember that if your walls are not properly insulated, then even best replacement windows in the world aren't going to stop outside noises from getting in...

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023

[Dawn's Reply]

Dane, thank you soooo so so so much. the ProVia bid on the door was at the very top of my budget :( but i don't want to go thru this again. they do seem like they r well made..the install person had great reviews like you said. i feel so good abt this and i apprecaite your diligence on my regard.

Dawn - Homeowner - from 2023


ProVia Door Reviews

Hi Dane, I ended up opting to go direct to a distributor to order windows and doors and then use my builder's recommended installer to replace at a flat price.

The best NT Presidential quote I had received for 21 windows (some large custom sizes) installed from a local dealer/installer combined was $27,025 (black/white). I can get the same order for around $17K direct and then pay for installation. Patio door project is now separate.

I was down to NT Presidental or Anlin Panoramic, but since I can't order Anlin directly, it looks like NT is the option or MI.

Questions:

1. What are your thoughts on Sunrise Vanguard (now MI) vs NT Presidential if they are priced the same or less? I can also order those. NT Windows Reviews

2. If ordering NT Presidential direct, are there any upgrades that you would suggest for Texas? For example, foam filled, upgraded locks, glazing, etc.

3. I will be ordering two patio doors, one OX (regular 72x95) and one OXXO (custom size 168x95). I have received similar pricing for material only vinyl patio doors from NT, Provia, MI Sunrise Windows and Win-Dor - all within 1K or so of each other, or about $9-10K total for the set. Would you rate Provia the highest? Alternatively would you go with aluminum instead for patio doors for longevity?

Thank you.

John - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

John, hi again.

1. The Sunrise Vanguard is an EXCELLENT window. It would be my pick over the NT Presidential.

2. There isn't anything I would say specific to Texas except the SHGC of the glass. You probably want a low solar heat gain coefficient to block as much heat from entering -- but some people have an issue with the tint of the glass so I'd talk to the rep and see what his recommendations are for your city/climate. I like many of the upgrades you mentioned, but I think you just have to work out the upgrade costs to find out what works best for your budget and which ones are most important for you.

3. ProVia makes the best doors on the market in my opinion. That was where they originally started before they got into the window business. That would be my preference. I wouldn't necessarily go with aluminum unless heat is a big issue. I think vinyl or fiberglass are much more energy efficient and they last for a good long while. Vinyl vs Fiberglass Windows

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


Endure Or Unishield

Hi, looking to replace 11 DHs, 1 bay, 6 2-lite slider XX, 1 picture, and 2 eyebrows. All quote are Provia doors.

Universal Windows Direct selling Unishield ($32.6K)
WindowsPlus selling the Endure ($37.3)
West Shore Home selling Sunrise Restorations Windows ($38.8)
WindowsPlus selling Soft Lite Elements (triple pane) ($39.7)

Victoria - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Victoria, first off I love the choice of ProVia for all of your patio sliders, they are some (if not outright) of the best in the industry. I would probably stick with the Endure but that's because I like to stick with the same brand for the whole project. The other option that looks very tempting is the Unishield. I like this call assuming that the UWD has good reviews. Universal Windows Direct Reviews

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


Provia Doors Reviews

Many thanks again for your recommendation. I should have been more specific. Our TV room backs out to a deck and has a series of 3 French patio doors (single hung with transoms) as well as 6 windows with transoms that are the same size as the doors - see picture attached.

Got a quote for a Provia Heritage door with transom for $6,300 USD from the same contractor as the windows and as we have plenty of those to replace, wondering if you would recommend a specific manufacturer for those kind of doors?

The oversized windows with transoms (next to the doors and same size as doors) were quoted with Sunrise V4000 for 3,570 each, which seems ok, but still on the pricey side.

Many thanks.

Florian - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Florian, both ProVia and Sunrise make a very good sliding door. The ProVia price sounds high, but the Sunrise windows cost (by comparison) sounds pretty reasonable. The only real way to know the market value is by collecting more quotes --

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


ProVia Doors Reviews

Hi Dane, I have two quotes - see below. I asked about the mid range Provia Aspect, but he said it would only be $35 less per window and he said if staying in the house (I am) that their Endure series is better.

I told him these were for new installation and I am not sure he remembered for the quote. He said he could get Endure for new installation but he said it should not be hard for my contractor to do necessary carpentry on the Polaris.

I am really torn on the color right now. I need windows that will look good with the siding and just brick alone (the tricky part). The brick is very rich terracotta, especially in the sun. So nothing too light. And even a tan or beige could possibly look too stark. I think sandstone or clay would be good. And both windows have those options, though they vary.

He likes the Endure but told me the Polaris is his most popular. He only sells Provia doors, says they are great. I need a new front door so it might be good if they match.

Let me know what you think of the windows and prices.

6 Polaris UltraWeld Windows $5315

6 ProVia Endure $4139

sizes 35 by 60

Penny - Homeowner - from 2023

[Site Editor's Answer]

Penny, I have to say the ProVia for me is looking like the strongest bet here, especially because the doors and windows would be from the same company.

Dane - Site Editor - from 2023


Provia Doors Price List 2022

Hello Tim, I live near Milwaukee WI and have 2 Patio doors 9’ and 6’ along with 11 double hung and 3 pictures.

I was looking at Provia Endure and today looked at Imperial Elite which I was told is as good as the Soft Lite elements windows.

I liked the Soft-Lite Kings Royal patio door I think better than the Provia. Live on a golf course so glass breakage is a concern.

Thoughts on Patio doors and window companies/ models?

Thanks so much! Do you have a provia doors price list 2022?

Deb - Homeowner - from 2022

[Website Editor Reply]

Deb, these are both excellent options. I would probably say that soft-Lite makes the better windows and ProVia makes the better doors, but they both make very good windows and doors. For me, I would turn my attention from the brands to the companies doing the actual install. At this point, that is going to be the biggest difference maker over which of these two excellent products are going into your home.

Unfortunately I have no Provia Doors price list for 2022 - that doesn't really exist.

Dane - Website Editor - from 2022


ProVia Doors Reviews vs Window Nation

Dane, we are currently getting quotes for 7 standard size double hungs. My wife got a Window Nation cost quote for $7235, but I have no info on brand or model of window. She told me it was the most energy efficient of the 4 she was shown. 

Her other estimate was from Belle Vernon entrance door and Window co. LLC for 7 windows and an Entrance door, all ProVia, for a total cost of $15,000. I believe the door was around $9000 and $6000 for the windows. I have no info on model number/name for the windows but the door is a 1/2 Somerset glass steel clad type. 

We have another company coming to estimate 7 ProVia standard double hung, from Universal Windows direct.  

Any info you may have to offer to better understand what we are considering would be most appreciated.  

Joe - Homeowner - from 2022

[Website Editor Reply]

Joe, Window Nation carries some good windows and their premium model for about $7000 sounds about right from them. It seems to be current pricing in general (seems very high to me, but everyone is charging these prices nowadays). The ProVia for $6000 is a great deal -- I really like the ProVia Endure series and that is a very good price for that window -- assuming it's that window. Window Nation Reviews


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Dane - Website Editor - from 2022


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Provia Doors Reviews And Quotes

Hi Dane, I got more estimates. To recap, I hope to sell my house in 2 years. I need to replace my patio door and I’m thinking that I should replace the old wooden windows with vinyl to upgrade my 40 year old house.

Summer seems to be their peak busy season. Do you think they have sales if I were to wait until fall or winter? When I search Restoration, the local Sunrise Restorantion dealer comes up with an expired 25% discount. That would be amazing but it’s hard to believe.

Here are the quotes I have gathered. I was most surprised by the Lowes Pella quote and I complained to the store manager. They’re investigating – they’re surprised at the difference too. The salesman essentially is quoting $400 installation fee per window. I’m a senior but I’m not senile.

I like the Sunrise and Provia doors with the rollers on top (the door is $3000)– but I don’t think that’s worth $500 more than the Okna. Do you agree?

The Okna guy said he would charge $2200 for the door if I buy the windows too. I I don’t know how to bargain with him on the windows since he has the best price, not considering Window World. I still have to read your article on how to negotiate with window salesman.

The Sunrise Vanguard guy said there’s not much difference between a Vanguard, Verde, and Restoration. I thought his price would be much lower but his installation charge is much higher, $700 for the door vs. $400 for the Verde supplier.

I’m leaning towards the Okna 500 deal.

Any thoughts?

Thanks for your kind helpfulness.

Joe - Homeowner - from 2019

[Site Editor's Answer]

Joe, the best deal by far is the Okna 500. ProVia makes a good door and Sunrise makes a great window, but it's too expensive for your timeline. Okna Windows Reviews

However, even though you are moving in two years, its hard to say pay $9000 for the WW 4000 series when you can get a fantastic windows and a door for $11700. Probably very little wiggle room on that price I'm guessing, based on how close it is to the WW bids. Sounds like the Okna rep would drop the door price a couple of hundred so that puts you close to $11K. That's a pretty awesome deal.

Prices can go down after summer but it's more based on how busy the rep is than the actual season.

Tim - Site Editor - from 2019


ProVia Patio Door Recommendations

Sealing up that door and where the window is we will open it up to have a sliding glass patio door installed. Your site is very helpful for the reviews. I was just wondering if you had any opinions or reviews on a decent patio door. Im still researching as I would like to buy the door. Thank you !!

Mark - Homeowner - from 2018

[Website Editor Reply]

Mark, that looks like quite a project. I'll throw out a bunch of brands that make quality patio doors. Not all these will be available in your area, but I'm sure if you google "provia windows and doors in your city, state" for instance you will quickly find any local companies that carry these brands. I usually recommend getting quite a few bids when it comes to doors because there can be a big discrepancy based on whether the doors are custom sized or not.

Pro-Via, Jeld Wen, Sunrise, Soft-Lite, Okna, Andersen, Champion, Harvey, Larsen, Alpen HPP, Milgard, and Anlin. Lots of options here -- installation is an even more important consideration with a project like this so make sure to do your due diligence.

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Dane - Website Editor - from 2018







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