Are you looking to add some elegance or sophistication to your home’s entry? Iron doors are your ultimate solution. There is a variety for any type of project you are undertaking, whether it is a new one or an upgrade. But getting the right door could prove somehow difficult, confusing, or cumbersome for you.
Don’t worry. At Iron Doors Plus, we design and manufacture the finest hand-crafted iron entry doors and estate gates. We provide customized high-quality wrought iron products (doors, gates, locksets, and deadbolt locks from our hardware) and installation services just the way you like them.
In this article, we look at why you should opt for an iron entry door or estate gate.
Iron Entry Doors Are Durable
You need a door that will have a good return on investment. Iron doors are very durable and last longer than your typical wood, glass, or steel doors. They do not break easily and still look elegant with age. Our iron doors will retain their aesthetic value even after many decades of installation.
Elegance, Customization, and Diverse Designs
Iron doors and gates are in their own league compared to steel or glass when you want decorative and ornate designs. It is easy to bend, shape, form, and weld iron into different designs, owing to its low carbon content. Iron gates and doors customization happens at considerably low costs.
Iron doors will add character to your home, making it stand out from the rest of the estate. We customize our doors to meet your preferred design specifications and to match other features within your home.
While almost every type of door and gate is secure, some research has shown that iron doors are likely to be bypassed by would-be robbers and burglars. These doors are also difficult to break into since they are thick and resilient. A burglar or would-be thief cannot kick or damage an iron door easily, like is the case with steel, glass, and wooden ones.
Iron Doors Can Withstand All Weather Conditions
Weather patterns and changes are the biggest threat to the durability of entry doors and gates. Harsh weather conditions will cause your typical door to break down. For instance, wooden doors tend to expand when they absorb water during heavy rains and contract when it is overly sunny, interfering with the door’s structure.
Heavy winds, rain, and snow can break glass and steel doors. Iron doors rarely shatter or warp, making them ideal for your home’s or estate’s exterior.