ProVia Introduces Simulated Divided Panels to Select Entry Doors
ProVia announces new Simulated Divided Panels for Signet Fiberglass Fir entry doors in selected styles. SDPs are an offshoot of ProVia’s Simulated Divided Lites (SDLs), 1-inch fiberglass grids that mimic the look and feel of old-world wood craftsmanship. SDPs take the concept a step further, with wider 3- and 5-inch grids on 8-foot-tall or shorter Signet Fir doors, applied directly to the skin of a solid door, or to the surface of a full lite of glass.
SDPs on the 460 style can incorporate clear or privacy glass. Further customization options include numerous geometric configurations and a selection of paint, glaze or stain colors.
The wider profiles of the SDPs on a solid Signet Fir 001 door are designed to provide dimension and texture by partitioning the solid door using horizontal, vertical and X-shaped panels.
They are available in seven stain colors, including caramel, ginger and pecan, and seven glazed finishes, including natural leather and rustic sage. Solid color paint is another finish option, with a lineup of standard or trending colors to choose from.
Ashley Ridenour, ProVia door and window marketing manager, explains: “As architectural trends like farmhouse style and mid-century modern continue their popularity, ProVia has added more contemporary style choices across the board. From paint colors to hardware and decorative glass, the customization options for ProVia’s Signet Fiberglass entry doors offer homeowners a multitude of ways to create a stunning entryway.”