Steel Dutch Doors FAQs:
A dutch door is a type of door divided horizontally into two sections. The top section can be opened while the bottom section remains closed.
The cost of dutch doors can vary depending on several factors. Generally, they may be more expensive than standard doors due to their unique design and the extra hardware required.
Yes, dutch doors can be made to be secure, but it ultimately depends on the installation and the hardware used to secure them.
At Bighorn Iron Doors we offer customization options for our doors to fit your specific needs. Please contact us for more information on how to customize your door.
Both single and double steel dutch door have their advantages and disadvantages, and which door is best for you depends on your personal preference and specific needs.
This door has a right-hand inswing, that swings into the room from the right-hand side.
Yes, dutch doors are energy efficient as their designed feature of easy openness allows the flow of air and ventilation across the house. If you are more concerned about energy efficiency consider installing Dutch doors with weatherstripping.
Yes, dutch doors can be used as interior and exterior doors. They are ideal for adding charm and functionality to any entryway, allowing you to keep the top half of the door open while keeping the bottom half closed.