At the same time, our sliding patio doors offer the opportunity to upgrade the entry to your outdoor living space, with glass options that make your door more visually appealing. Our BetterVue® fiberglass mesh screens provide an enhanced view, increased insect protection and improved airflow, while also shedding water and resisting dirt and grime.

With ProVia’s vinyl patio slider doors, you’ll have the assurance of knowing that most patio door systems offered not only will look great and function well, they will be ENERGY STAR® certified, providing the optimum in energy efficiency.

Styles Of Entry Doors

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460 1 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
449 1P  - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
440 1P 1 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
430 1P - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
420 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
419 1 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
006 1 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
002CP 449 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

Design By Architectural Style

Coordinate your house shape and exterior building products

DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Craftman

A popular home style seen throughout the country that began in California and the Midwest in the early 1900s, American Craftsman is most often associated with small- to medium-sized homes. Craftsman-style homes emphasize simplicity, clean lines, artisanal craftsmanship and natural materials. Craftsman homes showcased local materials with embellishments such as brackets, lintels and rafters. Spacious front porches with over-extended eaves are a tell-tale sign of Craftsman homes. The interior design is just as distinctive, with built-in bookshelves and window seats, and thick trim around doors and windows.

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DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Classic/Colonial

American Colonial-style homes originally were built from the 1600s to mid-1700s and were most popular in New England and the South. This architectural style, which originated in England, fell out of fashion during the American Revolution. The simplicity of this design re-emerged starting in 1880 through 1945 as the industrial revolution provided Americans with new, more easily attained materials and technologies to build larger homes. While the British Colonial style provided the earliest design influences, other cultures contributed to the evolution of this home style, resulting in a number of variations, including Dutch Colonial, French Colonial, Spanish Colonial, Cape Cod and Georgian. Many homes built today feature elements that originated with this style.

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DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Victorian

Victorian-style homes, named after the Victorian era of the 1800s, became popular through the early 1900s with the new-found affluence of a growing middle class during the Industrial Age. Other home styles often referred to as Victorian architecture, such as Gothic Revival, Italianate, Second Empire and Queen Anne, all share elaborate design elements and the time period in which they were built. The ornate design of Victorian homes lends itself to more intricate front door designs as well. It’s more common than not to see Victorian front doors with glass, especially with decorative or privacy glass. More elaborate homes feature French doors, sidelites and transoms.

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DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Modern

Modern-style architecture came about as the antithesis of what some felt were the design excesses of the Victorian period. These homes featured a simplified design and sharp lines and were meant to blend into the surrounding nature with large windows and carefully landscaped areas. Built from approximately the 1920s through the 1950s, these homes emphasized function over form. An offshoot of Modern architecture, Mid-century Modern, is recognized today for its distinctive interior design and furniture, which saw a revival during the 1980s. With more recently built Contemporary Modern homes, eco-friendly materials and metal roofing separate these homes from their predecessors.

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Craftsman Door Styles

DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Craftman

A popular home style seen throughout the country that began in California and the Midwest in the early 1900s, American Craftsman is most often associated with small- to medium-sized homes. Craftsman-style homes emphasize simplicity, clean lines, artisanal craftsmanship and natural materials. Craftsman homes showcased local materials with embellishments such as brackets, lintels and rafters. Spacious front porches with over-extended eaves are a tell-tale sign of Craftsman homes. The interior design is just as distinctive, with built-in bookshelves and window seats, and thick trim around doors and windows.

Craftsman WhiteSiding BlackWindows MysticLedgestone Smooth Signet BlackDoor LARGE 1024x526 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
Colonial Door Styles

DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Classic/Colonial

American Colonial-style homes originally were built from the 1600s to mid-1700s and were most popular in New England and the South. This architectural style, which originated in England, fell out of fashion during the American Revolution. The simplicity of this design re-emerged starting in 1880 through 1945 as the industrial revolution provided Americans with new, more easily attained materials and technologies to build larger homes. While the British Colonial style provided the earliest design influences, other cultures contributed to the evolution of this home style, resulting in a number of variations, including Dutch Colonial, French Colonial, Spanish Colonial, Cape Cod and Georgian. Many homes built today feature elements that originated with this style.

Colonial ClaySiding WhiteWindows BeechEdgeCutStone  CaramelSignetDoor LodgestoneSlateRoof LARGE 1 1024x570 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
Victorian Door Styles

DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Victorian

Victorian-style homes, named after the Victorian era of the 1800s, became popular through the early 1900s with the new-found affluence of a growing middle class during the Industrial Age. Other home styles often referred to as Victorian architecture, such as Gothic Revival, Italianate, Second Empire and Queen Anne, all share elaborate design elements and the time period in which they were built. The ornate design of Victorian homes lends itself to more intricate front door designs as well. It’s more common than not to see Victorian front doors with glass, especially with decorative or privacy glass. More elaborate homes feature French doors, sidelites and transoms.

Victorian NauticaSiding HibiscusWindows HibiscusDoor HarborLimestone IronstoneSlateRoofing e1648040531972 2000x1039 1 1024x532 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors
Modern Door Styles

DOORS BY ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

Modern

Modern-style architecture came about as the antithesis of what some felt were the design excesses of the Victorian period. These homes featured a simplified design and sharp lines and were meant to blend into the surrounding nature with large windows and carefully landscaped areas. Built from approximately the 1920s through the 1950s, these homes emphasized function over form. An offshoot of Modern architecture, Mid-century Modern, is recognized today for its distinctive interior design and furniture, which saw a revival during the 1980s. With more recently built Contemporary Modern homes, eco-friendly materials and metal roofing separate these homes from their predecessors.

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Provia Sliding Glass Door Brand Comparison

ProVia offers sliding patio doors that meet every homeowner’s needs for customization options, energy efficiency and long-term beauty. With any of our patio slider doors, you can be assured of the highest quality manufacturing for long-term beauty and performance.

To help you get started in choosing the best patio door brand for your needs, we’ve created a quick side-by-side comparison. Want more specific information? Check out the downloadable full brand comparison PDF at the end of this section.

AERIS™ 248x300 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

AERIS™

Real wood interior

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  • Wood-clad interior with low-maintenance, all-vinyl exterior
  • Pre-finished real Oak, Cherry or Maple wood applied to sash and frame interior
  • Several options for interior paint or stain finishes
ENDURE™ 252x300 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

ENDURE™

Stunning energy efficiency

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  • All-vinyl construction
  • Double and triple-pane glass for peak energy efficiency
  • Interior laminated woodgrain finishes and exterior paint colors
  • Various glass embellishment options, including stained glass
ASPECT™ 242x300 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

ASPECT™

Energy savings, amplified

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  • Patented water drainage system
  • Two, three and four-lite configurations plus transoms and sidelites
  • Glass options including double or triple-panes of glass, internal grids and internal blinds
ECOLITE™ 253x300 - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

ECOLITE™

Economy redefined

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  • All-white interior and exterior sliding glass door
  • Available only as 2-panel unit
  • Low-maintenance, weather-resistant all-vinyl construction
  • Available with privacy or tinted glass and internal grids

Front Door Brand Comparison

Want even more details about each of our entrance door brands to help you decide which door is best for your home? We’ve put together this chart to help you compare different aspects of each brand side by side.

AERIS™ - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

Embarq®

ENDURE™ - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

Signet®

ASPECT™ - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

Legacy™

ECOLITE™ - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

Heritage™

Configuration Styles 4 4 4 1
External Colors 5 5 3 1
Internal Colors Stained or Painted 4 3 1
Glass Options 9 9 7 4
Glass Packages 9 9 9 5
Construction
  • Mechanical Frame
  • Mechanical Sash
  • 4 9⁄10" Frame Depth
  • Extruded Interlocks with Dual Barrier Weatherstripping
  • Galvanized Steel Reinforced Sashes
  • Patented Siding System with Four Adjustable 1" Wheels
  • Neopor® Insulation
  • Patented Water Drainage System(Sill)
  • Mechanical Frame
  • FineLine™ Welded Sash
  • 4 9⁄10" Frame Depth
  • Extruded Interlocks with Dual Barrier Weatherstripping
  • Galvanized Steel Reinforced Sashes
  • Patented Siding System with Four Adjustable 1" Wheels
  • Neopor® Insulation
  • Patented Water Drainage System(Sill)
  • Mechanical Frame
  • Welded Sash
  • 4 9⁄10" Frame Depth
  • Extruded Interlocks with Dual Barrier Weatherstripping
  • Galvanized Steel Reinforced Sashes
  • Patented Siding System with Four Adjustable 1" Wheels
  • Patented Water Drainage System(Sill)
  • Welded Frame
  • Mechanical Sash
  • 3 7⁄8" Frame Depth
  • Extruded Interlocks with Dual Barrier Weatherstripping
  • Galvanized Steel Reinforced Sashes
  • Patented Siding System with Four Adjustable 1" Wheels
  • Embarq door - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

    Embarq®

    Skin Species Cherry, Mahogany, Oak, Knotty Alder
    Paint Colors 16 colors
    Stain and Glazed Finishes 14 stains, 7 glazes
    Standard Threshold ZA-C™ with auto-adjusting riser
    Custom Sizing 1/8" width and height
    Energy Star Certified All styles
    Finish Warranty 15 years
    Signet door - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

    Signet®

    Skin Species Cherry, Mahogany, Oak, Knotty Alder, Fir, Smooth
    Paint Colors 16 colors
    Stain and Glazed Finishes 14 stains, 7 glazes
    Standard Threshold ZA-C™ with auto-adjusting riser
    Custom Sizing 1/8" width and height
    Energy Star Certified Most styles
    Finish Warranty 15 years
    Legacy door - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

    Legacy™

    Skin Species Woodgrain Textured, Smooth, Smooth with Shaker Embossing, Smooth with High-Definition Embossing
    Paint Colors 16 colors
    Stain and Glazed Finishes 7 stains
    Standard Threshold ZA-C™ with auto-adjusting riser
    Custom Sizing 1/8" width and height
    Energy Star Certified Most styles
    Finish Warranty 10 years
    Heritage door - Sliding Glass Patio Doors

    Heritage™

    Skin Species Textured (Oak), Smooth
    Paint Colors 16 colors
    Stain and Glazed Finishes 7 stains
    Standard Threshold ZAI™ manually adjustable riser
    Custom Sizing 1/8" height
    Energy Star Certified Most styles
    Finish Warranty 10 years

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    Entry & Front Door Gallery

    Need some inspiration to get started with your front door project? Browse our entry & front door gallery to see how other homeowners have customized their ProVia entrance doors.

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