View some of our favorite ornate iron door transformations to see how custom this process truly is.
All of our iron doors require minimal maintenance. Cleaning the surface with a mild soap, water and non-abrasive cloth will help the finish age gracefully. See more care and cleaning recommendations under the features section of our website.
Yes, a custom iron door or any statement piece that elevates your space can have a major impact on your home’s value if you choose to sell in the future. For example, according to a survey conducted by HomeLight in 2021, a major kitchen remodel can have up to a 56.1% cost recoup.
Yes, adding a custom transom or sidelight to your ornate door is an excellent way to add to the illusion of a wider or taller entryway, and they help invite more light indoors. Our team of experts and artisans would be happy to help you design a transom or sidelight with custom scrollwork that perfectly complements your ornate door style.
On average, our custom fabrication process takes between 10-12 weeks after the final design has been approved. During this time, our team creates the entire door from start to finish by hand, creating it to the client’s custom specifications. Learn more about the process as we sit down for a one-on-one interview with our head of manufacturing.
The primary difference between iron and steel is that the iron is a metal, whereas steel is an alloy. Iron is simply a natural metal element, while steel is a man-made material that’s made by mixing iron and carbon. At Clark Hall for example, the doors themselves are steel, but the scroll work, on ornate doors for instance, are wrought iron.
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