Entry and Storm Doors for La Crosse, Winona, Onalaska, Westby, Caledonia & Surrounding Communities
The doors that you will find at The Board Store Home Improvements in La Crosse, Wisconsin are made by one of the country’s most trusted door manufacturers – ProVia. These doors come in a variety of different styles and are built using a combination of Old World craftsmanship and modern manufacturing processes. We use entry and storm doors from ProVia because they are a high-caliber product that is made by skilled professionals. Plus, at The Board Store Home Improvements, our home improvement experts go above and beyond the normal call of duty in ensuring that all of our customers receive top-notch doors that are suited exquisitely to their homes.
The individuals who make up The Board Store Home Improvements team have spent many years honing their skills in the home improvement industry. Whether you live in La Crosse, Tomah, Sparta, or across the river in Caledonia or Winona, Minnesota, our experts can help you evaluate all of the various doors that we have available and answer any question you may have about the entry door installation process. If you value good quality, then partnering with The Board Store Home Improvements is an excellent choice, as we offer first-rate products from reputable manufacturers, and we have a high number of repeat customers in La Crosse and the surrounding community that can attest to our expertise.
In addition to entry and storm doors from ProVia, we also offer:
- Replacement windows from Sunrise, ProVia, and Heartland
- Sunroom additions from Living Space and Sunspace
- BathWraps shower liners
- ProVia Cedar Max insulated siding
- Owens Corning home insulation
- And much more
Contact The Board Store Home Improvements today to receive more detailed information about our line of ProVia doors and all of the other extraordinary home improvement products that we carry. The Board Store Home Improvements has been rated as a “Top 500” remodeler by Qualified Remodeler every single year since 1996 and is lead-safe certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.