Why Choose Steel Windows and Doors?
Hope’s Solid hot-rolled steel offers the slimmest sightlines and unmatched strength; ideal for historic window replication, luxury residential, and commercial applications..
For more than 150 years, windows and doors have been crafted from solid hot-rolled steel. Many of our nation’s historic buildings and mansions dating from the Civil War era and earlier feature these handcrafted materials. Today, it is common for new homes and structures to utilize wood or aluminum windows and doors, not because these materials are superior or even comparable – they’re simply less expensive.
Join us for a look at what makes Hope’s solid, hot-rolled steel windows and doors the best long-term investment for your property.
The Material Difference
UNMATCHED STRENGTH & MINIMAL SIGHTLINES
Solid Hot-Rolled Steel
What makes solid, hot-rolled steel a superior material? For starters, it is three times stronger than aluminum and sixteen times stronger than wood. This strength allows Hope’s to make windows and doors with the slimmest frames, the greatest amount of glass, and in virtually unlimited scale, shapes, and configurations.
To achieve certain performance or aesthetic requirements, Hope’s also handcrafts windows and doors by transforming heavy gauge steel or stainless steel into custom formed profiles.