Never Fear – Choose Home Renovation Products With Confidence!

Joe Klink is Director of Corporate Relations for ProVia

By Joe Klink

Whether you’re a homeowner searching for much-dreamed-about home renovation products or a dealer seeking to ensure that your customers are “beyond satisfied,” you share a common dilemma – making decisions about product selection can be nerve-wracking. With all the research, comparisons, and guesswork (Will it look great? Will it perform reliably? Will it add to the value of the home?), the selection process can feel like a big overwhelming task. At ProVia we’re rolling out our latest website technology that takes some of the guesswork out of the home renovation process and helps you choose products with confidence.

SEE Your Home’s Future – For FREE!

Of course, picking out new entry doors, replacement windows, vinyl siding and manufactured stone can be very exciting. But we figured it’d be a lot more exciting if you could actually see what these products look like on an actual home. So recently we unveiled the new ProVia Visualizer. This free online tool can be used to preview ProVia home renovation products on sample images…or on your own house photos.

In addition to trying on our entry doors, siding and stone products, the new Visualizer offers additional product choices for home windows: double hung windows, slider windows, casement windows, picture windows, and storm doors. Some highlights of the Visualizer include:

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Installation Tips that Prevent Callbacks on Doors (Part 1)

Conrad Mast is Field Service Technician for ProVia

By Conrad Mast

Recently we chatted with Conrad Mast, one of ProVia’s Field Service experts for doors. We asked him “what kinds of things would make a big difference in homeowners’ satisfaction with their doors, and also make things easier for dealers?” His answer: “Prevent callbacks due to door installation issues.” Well, he had a lot more to say about that, and here we share his door installation tips in this, the first of a two part series.

What are the most common reasons for callbacks on doors?

Number one is installation issues. Doors not sealing up properly and getting air leaks because the frames are not installed correctly, or at times, the sweep is really tight due to a crowned threshold and you have to try and make adjustments. Sometimes we can make adjustments in the field, but other times I have to note that in order to fix it correctly, the installer will have to come back out to re-install the door.

What do you mean, re-install the door?

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