Title: Clark Hall Iron Doors Receives Florida Building Code Approvals
January 4, 2011
Charlotte, North Carolina - Clark Hall Iron Doors received Florida Building Code
approval for their hand-forged wrought iron doors.
“We are proud to
meet the stringent Florida building codes while providing unique and
one-of-a-kind designs,” said Lloyd Clark, one of the owners of the privately
held company. “We provide
the most refined iron entry door, and this certification is just another
validation of our commitment to quality.”
The door lines are
available through fine entry door retailers and homebuilding suppliers
Clark Hall Iron
Doors, which brings more than 35 years of experience in the door industry,
combine unique art and engineering for the most refined wrought iron doors
available in custom designs for any style home from traditional to
contemporary. The smooth
hand-finished, maintenance-free doors are built for easy installation and
provide fully insulated panels, stiles, rails and jambs.
In addition to the
design features, QLon kerfed weatherstripping is utilized around the door and
glass openings and an adjustable threshold provides a weather-tight seal. The designer ball bearing hinge has
concealed grease fittings mortised into the door and frame. A five-step automotive paint process
includes rust inhibitors and paint
Custom designed and
stock doors are all available from Clark Hall Iron Doors in just eight weeks.
Clark Hall Iron
Doors will be an exhibitor at booth number W6101 at the International Builder
Show January 12-15 in Orlando, Florida.