Want to know a great way to dress up your deck? Try a beautiful custom iron gate!
This homeowner was looking for a way to dress up their 14 year old wood deck. Other than a coat of stain, they had not found a good way to improve the appearance.
Then the idea of custom iron work came to mind and it turned out to be just a great solution. The gate gave the deck a much needed facelift and also served another purpose – the gate keeps the dog from running amok when the neighbors dogs are out.
Give us a call for a free deck facelift estimate!Read More
Iron Crafters will be closed on Memorial Day, May, 27, 2013. We are grateful for all the men and women throughout America’s history who have served to protect our freedom. We are especially thankful for those who serve today and are truly humbled by those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.Read More
Our customer wanted a decorative gate and fence that complimented his Old Louisville Home and kept his dog in the yard.
We designed this gate and fence with dog run pickets. Needless to say both the customer and his dog were thrilled with the result!Read More
Our customer wanted an attractive way to secure an entryway and compliment an opening. Iron Crafters Custom Iron Works to the rescue!
We fashioned these two pieces to enhance the beauty of the home. You can view them in greater detail below. At Iron Crafters, we have many options for you to protect your home with beautiful, custom iron works. You don’t have to settle for the stock,big box store items!
Contact us today and let us show you how beautiful custom iron works can be!Read More
Iron Crafters will be closed on Derby Day. We’ll be off to the races on Saturday, May 4, 2013.
We’ll see you back in our offices on Monday, May 6, 2013. Have a safe and happy Derby!Read More
We have long heralded the quality of our entry doors from Provia. Indeed they look great but the quality is remarkable. The picture below is a Provia entry door where a thief has tried to gain entry.
Our guess is the person behind this attempted break-in initially tried to kick the door in and then used some type of pry bar. Despite their efforts, they could not get the door open.
Why you ask? First of all, the overall door is made of 20 gauge steel which is 49% thicker than the typical entry door from a big box retailer. Second, the jamb the deadbolt locks into is reinforced with a 20 gauge steel security plate. Third, the lock and deadbolt area are made with a rigid composite lock block. All this adds up to one secure customer and one very disappointed thief!Read More