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Raw Steel is a unique front door cladding because the manufacturing process creates variegations. The Raw Steel finish contains heat signatures that result from heating the metal to a malleable temperature and then cooling the metal back to a stable temperature. The combination of heat signatures and mill scale formation create beautiful backgrounds for your front door. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful finishes available. Raw Steel is offered in two methods. One is designed to patina in place and the other method is to place a powder-coated clear coat over the Raw Steel.
Large single Raw Steel sheets are used to clad the front door’s exterior and interior sides. This seamless detail creates a clean and fluid look. The adjacent door frame, door jamb, and threshold are powder coated for durability and coordination with the Raw Steel finish. For this powder-coated finish, Architectural Steel is the most popular selection.
The round narrow backset deadbolt in a matching powder coated finish is the most common lock used with our Raw Steel front door. This creates a lock detail that is understated, very secure, keyable to match your keys and powder coated to match.
Roller Latches secure the pivot door in the proper closed position when the deadbolt is not engaged. In high wind load areas, extended the roller latch further to ensure the door does not blow open. Proper roller latch adjustment and maintenance ensures a good seal and lock to jamb alignment. This protocol should be part of regular front door maintenance.
Rough Pricing for the 5' Raw Steel Single Pivot Door with Round Antler Door Length Pulls
$13,200 as shown door only
$8,600 value-based door only
$5,700 budget based 42" x 96" Non-Pivot Door only
*New construction: The app works great with your blueprints as well.