When we think about technological improvements, entrance doors aren't necessarily the first thing that come to mind. Truth is, there are doors out there that are so new and advanced that they set entirely new standards in categories like green performance, product longevity, and smart use of materials. Here's a case in point: the Embarq entrance door from ProVia. Embarq is a fiberglass door. At first glance, it looks like an attractive, premium representative of its class. Only when you check it out detail by detail do you understand why it's such a departure - and such an improvement - over its predecessors. It's thicker than standard doors - 43 percent thicker to accommodate more insulation. It's made with dual perimeter seals to reinforce that insulating performance. It comes with a bottom sweep to keep unwanted elements and uncomfortable temperatures on the outside. And special insulating channels in the side rails and headers top off its outstanding insulating effectiveness. The advantages of Embarq doors aren't only about insulation. The doors come with specially designed, ultra-durable thresholds. The lock area is reinforced to keep the door latching and locking smoothly for years to come. Four heavy-duty ball-bearing hinges are standard. And the surfaces of the door, inside and out, are as beautiful as they are lasting. ProVia is the only door company to win the Energy Star partner of the year award for door manufacturing. We think they've outdone themselves with Embarq - the most energy-efficient entry door system on the U.S. market. To learn more, call ABE Doors & Windows at 610-398-2430 or stop by our offices on Hamilton Boulevard, Allentown.
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A.B.E. Doors & Windows Blog
21 November 2014
ProVia's Embarq Entrance System – Setting Standards in Door Technology
ProVia's Embarq entrance door is a thick fiberglass door with advanced insulation technology, including dual perimeter seals, bottom sweep, and special insulating channels in the side rails and headers.