Did you know Restoration Exchange maintains an online resource directory to help you with your restoration needs? Organized by category, it contains listings for everything from architects to windows. Below, get to know Midwest Iron Doors.
The door of any home or business says a lot about the people behind it. Midwest Iron Doors, located at 13951 Valley Ridge Drive in Omaha, opened in 2010. Its dedication to innovative products led the company to provide the first thermal break iron door in the U.S. market.
Midwest’s standard doors are created using its patented thermal break technology. The frames and panels are injected with closed cell polyurethane foam for maximum insulation. Industry standard compression weather stripping is used in the jamb to insure a tight seal. The company also uses a zinc spray for rust and corrosion protection. Its scroll work is hand forged to fit each individual door, making no two exactly alike. Each door can be further customized with the company’s selection of Flemish and Cotswold glass.
Midwest Iron Doors also offers custom iron railing, including painted, galvanized steel and aluminum options. Its designers work with the customer to create his or her ideal design. Capabilities include interior rail, exterior rail, angled stair rail and radius stair rail.
To view the company’s catalogs, visit http://midwestirondoors.com/product-information.
While many of the companies and products listed have successful track records with historic renovation projects, their presence in the REO Resource Directory in no way constitutes a recommendation or endorsement by Restoration Exchange Omaha. As you would with any project, we encourage you to check references and conduct a thorough review prior to making a selection. If you’re a business or organization that works in the restoration field and would like to be considered for inclusion in the directory, we encourage you to submit an application.