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At Black Diamond Iron Doors, each door is handmade and crafted to deliver the highest quality wrought iron entry doors on the market. Our factory does everything in-house and carefully inspects each completed door for quality and durability.
Our skilled artisans go through a multi-step process so that every iron door is a piece of art yet built to withstand some of the harshest conditions:
Inspection & Calibration - Once the door has been painted, our artisans carefully inspect the door, check weather stripping, install glass & door accessories, and calibrate the hinges to make sure the door fits perfectly into the frame.
Packaging & Shipping - Our doors are then packaged using EPE, bubble wrap, corrugated paper and then set in individual wooden cases to prevent any damages during shipment. We offer local pickup, local shipping, and curbside shipping to all 50 states using common carriers. Your door will come on a pallet and lift-gate will be provided.
Free Storage - Find a style you like but not ready for delivery? No problem, we offer free storage in our climate controlled warehouse for up to 3 months with any iron door purchase.
With all of our wrought iron doors, our skilled craftsmen go through a multi-step process so that each iron door is a piece of art yet willing to withstand tough conditions for many years.
The finishing process starts after the materials are cut and frame & door is welded and polished. We apply sand blast and acid wash to remove any leftover impurities on the steel. A zinc galvanized coat to prevent dust & rust is applied before the paint. We use 6 layers of paint to make our unique finished look, including epoxy primer, 2 epoxy paint coats, acrylic acid black paint, and a hand applied faux finish. Our final layer consists of a polyurethane clear coat to prevent dust, rust, to protect the original finish from wear & tear. Once the door is finished, our craftsmen will carefully inspect the door, check weather stripping, install glass & door accessories, and calibrate hinges to make sure the door fits perfectly in the frame.