Energy Efficient Entry Doors Lexington SC

Your entry door is integral to protecting and weatherproofing your home, as well as to giving visitors a first glimpse into its style aesthetic.

Noisy doors may indicate costly issues that require professional repair, such as moisture damage and worn hinges. A new front door can both improve energy efficiency and increase curb appeal.

Energy Efficiency

The front door of your home is often the first thing visitors notice and it sets both style and strength standards for visitors to your property. While replacement windows typically generate greater savings for energy savings, a new entry door could also help decrease utility bills by keeping draft-free.

Fiberglass entry doors are an energy-saving choice for homeowners. Unlike wood, which absorbs and transfers heat easily, fiberglass doors serve as effective insulators protecting the home against temperature extremes both summer and winter.

Woodgrain fiberglass doors add elegance to any home while providing four times more insulation value than real wood doors. Customizable glass options and accessories help match them to your decor for the perfect finishing touch.


Your front door is the first point of contact between your home and the outside world, providing both security and aesthetic value. Therefore, it’s essential that it stands up against harsh weather conditions while remaining attractively designed for energy efficiency.

Steel and fiberglass doors are highly resilient materials, standing up against harsh weather conditions without warping or warping damage. Furthermore, these energy efficient door options boast insulated cores which help lower heating and cooling costs significantly.

ProVia Legacy(tm) steel and Embarq fiberglass entry doors from ProVia are highly durable, featuring insulating foam to stop leaks or drafts affecting energy costs, and are backed by unsurpassed quality assurance and lifetime limited transferable warranty protection from ProVia. You can customize these ENERGY STAR certified systems with sidelights or transom windows in circular, partial, or full formats as desired; featuring signature ComforTech Warm Edge glazing technology to keep interiors as energy efficient as possible while staying warm to the touch!


Your front door is often the first impression visitors have of your home, so it should make an impressive statement and accurately represent your style preferences. Furthermore, it must also withstand local climate changes without becoming damaged in an earthquake.

Signs that it may be time for a new front door include creaky hinges and drafty edges. Lubrication won’t fix these issues permanently; replacement will offer better long-term protection.

Renewal by Andersen provides comprehensive storm door installations to Lexington homeowners. Their ProVia aluminum storm doors boast 20% thicker walls than industry-standard models and can be personalized with self-storing screens, glass inserts and more for maximum convenience.


An outdated or worn front door can create a bad first impression with visitors and dampen the mood in the interior space. Plus, with seals that have become damaged over time allowing air leakage that significantly lowers energy efficiency.

Wood doors boast timeless beauty and can be customized with different stains and finishes for lasting elegance. Additionally, their durability exceeds other door materials; resisting peeling, flaking, rotting, corrosion as well as heavy insulation properties which help combat drafts while simultaneously lowering heating/cooling costs.

ProVia fiberglass entry doors such as those from Heritage and Embarq series provide homeowners with an impressive variety of wood grain textures in seven stains and 16 paint colors to find an aesthetic perfect for them. Furthermore, window glass can add curb appeal while also letting more natural light into living spaces. Finally, Clopay steel entry doors such as Legacy and Signet series are customizable to meet any style requirement with their sloped sill design that allows water drain off quickly as well as narrow sightlines for increased natural lighting in each room.