ProVia® entry doors are customized for durability, security and energy efficiency. With ProVia doors you’ll not only feel at home but secure as well. They’re also very stylish.
At WMGB Home Improvement, we discuss residential architectural styles that work with our ProVia doors.
Inspired by the symmetry of Renaissance architecture, the Georgian style home was the first major style to come to America. You can usually recognize a Georgian style home by its door and window placement, thanks to its penchant for symmetry. The front door is usually smack dab in the middle with the same amount of windows on both sides. Despite its aged roots, however, modern Georgian architecture now mixes with other kinds of homes so if you want to install a ProVia patio door, it won’t exactly be out of place.
Cape Cod Style
Cape Cod style houses usually have low ceilings with a chimney and, like the Georgian style, incorporate symmetry into its windows. Because modern Cape Cod homes take inspiration from contemporary architecture, a ProVia door won’t stick out like a sore thumb.
The Craftsman style emerged due to the desire to move away from Victorian architecture. It actually fell out of favor after the Second World War before re-emerging in the 1990s. Today, it has developed to suit modern tastes so a ProVia door can and will definitely suit a Craftsman style home.
If you have plans of replacing your doors this spring, don’t hesitate to turn to WMGB Home Improvement for your home improvement needs. We are your number one supplier of storm doors and glass block windows. Give us a call at (616) 328-6625, or fill out our contact form to send us a message or request a quote. We serve clients in Grand Rapids, MI, and other nearby areas