Why Choose Steel

Since the 1850s, doors, and windows have been made from hot-rolled steel. Many of the historic buildings found throughout big cities feature handcrafted steel doors and windows. Some of these older buildings date back to the Civil War era. 

Today, steel windows and doors are used in a variety of projects from historical renovations to new home construction to commercial buildings. While it might seem common to find aluminum and wood windows and doors in buildings today, this is simply due to the lower cost. Steel is a superior material and offers a better option.


Steel is three times as strong as aluminum and offers a better material for windows and doors. It’s sixteen times stronger than wood and won’t rot as wood does. Not only does steel offer a stronger material, but it’s also less susceptible to corrosion, rust, or water damage.

With the strength of steel, windows and doors can be fabricated with super-slim frames, which means more glass can be used. It’s also very easy to customize the design of steel windows to fit just about any shape, size, or configuration needed for your building.

Whether you’re seeking steel doors and windows for a historical renovation or for a residential or commercial construction project, you’ll have a much stronger material that will last longer.

A Minimalistic Look

The narrow sightlines offer a minimalistic look and convey a sense of strength. Steel windows and doors provide a timeless appearance that will never go out of style. The graceful lines and incredible durability offer a wide range of designs not found with other inferior materials.

Maximum Glass Area

The strength of steel allows for a super-thin frame design. With narrow frame dimensions, you gain a maximized glass area, which means more natural light and more design possibilities.

Long-Term Value

While aluminum and wood windows and doors might be less expensive up front, they don’t provide the long-term value of steel. Investing in steel windows and doors for your residential or commercial building will end up saving you money in the long run.

Steel provides the best long-term value when it comes to doors and windows. It lasts longer, requires fewer repairs, and offers a sturdier product. The natural strength fives steel a better fire rating provides more security for our building and offers better sound reduction.

Flexible Design

If you can imagine it, we can create it from steel. At Suncoast Iron Doors, we provide fully customizable steel doors and windows. You gain full design flexibility to fit your specific building needs.

Whether you need steel windows and doors for remodeling, retrofitting, new construction, historical preservation, or any other reason, we’re here to help. Our steel doors and windows come in a variety of designs to fit your building style perfectly.

Larger Sizes Than Other Materials

Steel windows and doors can be fabricated in larger sizes because steel can sustain higher load requirements. This is one of the reasons steel has been a preferred building material for many years. With steel windows and doors, you can achieve the right aesthetics without worrying about going to big.

Perfect Replication

Since steel has been used for over 150 years, it’s possible you will need to replicate an older window or door for a historic renovation project. Steel windows and doors can be customized to fit your specific design needs. No matter the retrofit or replication you need, our team will match it perfectly.

If you’re ready to experience all the benefits of steel doors and windows, we’re ready to help. Our team will help you choose the right design and we ensure your windows and doors are installed right the first time. Contact us today and find out how steel can bring your building project to life.