What are the Pros and Cons of Iron Wrought Doors on Your Home?

by Lilian From IWD Iron Wrought Doors

Compared with front garage doors made from other materials, a beautiful and functional iron wrought door is a great choice for many people when building their new house or remodeling.

Here are the unbiased pros and cons of installing iron doors in your house.



Curb Appeal: Iron doors absolutely make a dramatic statement and enhance the entire look and feel of your house, making your home the envy of your neighbors. Unlimited option means that you can customize the door to reflect your personal taste.

Safety: Made from 16 Gauge Iron, the iron doors is strong and hard to break into by potential intruders. It obviously increases the security level of your house.

Durability: Our iron doors have been galvanized and powder coated with paint to prevent corrosion, rust and other element, meaning that which is unmatched by wood doors.

Privacy: Clear and forest glass options for different privacy setting. Our privacy glass allows natural light into the room while still maintaining privacy at home.

Energy Efficiency: Our iron doors are energy efficient because both the door frame and the glass are insulated, helping to reduce air leaks and heat loss.



Expensive: Iron doors is more expensive than door made from wood or other cheap material. However, It actually help you save money in the long run as they require low maintenance and will last years of use.

Heavy: Iron Doors is usually heavy and not easy to move. You need to hire someone to install the door for you. But our iron wrought doors are pre-hung which saves time on installing.


So we can conclude an iron door is a good choice for your house. Why not order one now? IWD Iron Wrought Doors provides large selection on design, size and finishes that you can get an ideal door.