Steel doors and windows provide a great way to maintain the authenticity of your building during a historical renovation project. Whether you’re preserving an old home and you need wrought iron doors or you’re converting an old warehouse, Suncoast Iron Doors is here to help.
We have extensive experience helping transform warehouse space into Class A office space. Our team has helped convert several historic buildings in downtown areas into residential buildings. If you’re looking for the right steel doors and windows for your historical renovations, we’re ready to help you.
Since steel has been used in construction for more than 100 years, it’s possible to use modern steel fixtures to renovate your historic building. Steel fixtures can easily be customized to fit any pattern, style, or color necessary. You can maintain the look of a solid oak door or face your building with painted glass.
Steel doors and windows offer a versatile option with plenty of structural integrity. Partnering with Suncoast Iron Doors ensures you’ll get the right steel windows and doors specifically designed for your historical renovation project.
When you choose steel doors and windows for your historical renovation, you gain the ability to preserve the building for many years to come. Steel doors and windows are very energy-efficient and offer a water-tight design with insulated glass and multiple panes.
The last thing you want is to go through the trouble of renovating a historic building just to have it ruined due to rain and cold weather. With steel frames for your doors and windows, you get the right custom fit with the ability to prevent moisture from seeping in and causing extensive damage to your building.
The 1850s ushered in the Industrial Revolution, which brought prefabricated metal parts into the construction industry. It was common for cast iron and sheet steel to be used to create architectural features due to the lower cost compared to other building materials.
It was very common for steel to be used in construction in bigger cities, such as New Orleans, Birmingham, and Charleston. Many older cities have historical buildings ready to be renovated with steel doors and windows.
When taking on a historical renovation today, you’ll likely need to adhere to specific regulations. For example, you might need to make sure the renovation of a meta facade looks like the original. With steel windows and doors, you can get the exact look you need for any historical building.
Whether you’re trying to restore a downtown storefront or turn an old warehouse building into luxury lofts, Suncoast Iron Doors is ready to help you. We offer a full line of custom steel doors and windows to fit your specific needs. Our team will work with you to ensure you can preserve the history of the building while providing the modern space necessary for today’s world.
Tackling a historical renovation takes time, patience, and the right materials. We’re ready to help you with all your doors and windows. Let us customize the perfect steel doors and windows to fit your historical renovation needs today!