SUGARCREEK, Ohio, March 9, 2017 –There are several details engineered into the stile and rail system design of ProVia’s Signet Fiberglass doors that are designed to maximize strength.

Signet Features

Strong Stile and Rail System
A typical door in the marketplace has a 1-5/8" rail all the way around the door that's tack nailed or glued. On Signet doors the strike side rail is a 4-1/4", 4-ply hardwood stile. While most fiberglass doors have a multi-piece construction in the rail around the lockbox, the Signet strike side rail runs continuously through the height of the door, eliminating the need for a lockbox. This not only adds to the overall strength of the door, but also enhances security.

Corners Are Dovetailed, Not Tack Nailed
Corners that are dovetailed provide more strength than those that are tack nailed or glued together. Signet’s dovetails give the door stronger construction that helps prevent warping and bowing.

Drier Wood Materials
Signet’s hardwood stiles and rails are kiln dried. This pre-stabilizes the wood to minimize expansion and contraction.

These Signet design elements make for a much more structurally sound door that lasts. They help to resist warping and bowing that no homeowner wants.

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About ProVia®

Headquartered in Sugarcreek, Ohio, ProVia is a leading manufacturer of professional-class entry doors, storm doors, patio doors, windows, vinyl siding and manufactured stone. The professional-class designation reflects the company’s high level of quality, service and customization. ProVia has been an ENERGY STAR® Partner with the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy since 2002, and has won nine ENERGY STAR awards: Partner of the Year for Door Manufacturing (four times), Sustained Excellence (four times), and Excellence in ENERGY STAR Promotion. ProVia employs more than 650 people at its headquarters and 5 manufacturing facilities in Sugarcreek, Walnut Creek and Baltic, Ohio, and Booneville, Miss. For more information, visit http://www.provia.com.