IWD Modern House Wrought Iron French Single Entry Door CIFD-S0503 Arched Top
IWD french door has a beautiful, classic design. It features a french single door with an arched transom and two sidelights. The sleek frame with big glass allows natural light to filter into the room and provides an unobstructed view of the outside.
Material: Our wrought iron doors are handmade using heavy-duty 12-gauge steel.
Scroll-work: Standard iron entry doors come with decorative 5/8 solid steel scrollwork.
Glass: Standard 5/8 Inch double-pane insulated glass. It can be opened for great ventilation and easy cleaning. Note: The glass of french style doors is fixed.
Jamb: Our wrought iron entry doors feature standard 2" x 6" Jambs that are insulated with high-density foam for energy efficiency.
Finishes: All iron entry doors are zinc galvanized and coated with a clear lacquer to protect them from rust & corrosion.
Hardware: Doors are pre-bored for standard locking systems or 2-3/8″ backset, 2-1/8″ diameter, 5-1/2″ center to center.
Flush Bolt: There are dual T-Astragal flush bolts to hold the inactive leaf of the double doors and add extra security to the door. Both doors can be opened if you unlock the flush bolt.
Weatherstrip: Tight-fitting weather stripping is pre-installed around the door to prevent air leaks.
Hinges: Heavy-duty ball-bearing hinges that can support up to 1500 pounds.
Package Includes: iron entry, dual-pane glass, frame, threshold, door handles and locksets, weatherstrip, roller catch, door sweep, mounting tabs.
Installation: This door is a pre-hung and pre-drilled unit, making it easy to install.
Customization: We offer opportunities for a fully customizable design to match your personal taste. If you find that the size and design you want are not listed on our website, feel free to contact us.
Notice: Due to hand-forged craftsmanship, every piece of custom-made product may look different from that picture shown. Small differences in the design and finish may occur. Please refer to the final CAD drawing. We do not consider product variances as defects.