FireRock steel windows and doors are available in four different profile systems. By offering these different profiles, we have the ability to accommodate a wide range of applications, styles, and price points. This also allows us to offer units like bi-folds, lift-slides, and oversized units, as well as thermally broken steel windows and doors.
Our most popular profile
The M200 Classic profile gives you the classic styling of steel windows and doors at our most cost effective price point. Made from tube steel, the M200 is a great option for smaller scale units like single and double French doors and most all window types.
Our narrowest profile
With ultra-narrow sightlines (muntins as thin as ¾”), the W20 Historical profile is our most historically-accurate style, making it perfect for a variety of projects, including historic restorations.
Nearly infinite capabilities
The W40 High-Performance profile offers the most customization of all our profiles. Made from solid Swiss steel, the W40 is ideal for the more demanding, large-scale projects, including bi-fold and sliding doors.
True Thermal Breaks
The MT50 Thermally Broken profile features true thermal breaks, making it the best choice for units where energy, efficiency and condensation resistance are required, such as in cold weather climates and wine cellars.
Steel profiles provide units with their structural integrity, and as such, are critical to the longevity of the unit. All FireRock steel windows and doors are made from solid Swiss steel profiles from Montanstahl. By partnering with a global leader in architectural steel profiles who is renowned for superior quality and structural excellence, we can ensure that you’ll be receiving a high-quality unit that will last for 75+ years.
Muntins (also sometimes called “glazing bars” or “sash bars”) are the smaller bars that separate pieces of glass in the same window. All 4 of our profile systems are equipped with narrow steel muntins (going as narrow as ¾” on some units) for ultra-slim sightlines and expansive viewing areas. These narrow bars allow you to maximize the wide expanses of glass these units are known for.
Rust is the #1 enemy of steel, and it is guaranteed to occur if bare metal becomes exposed to oxygen and moisture. Therefore, rust prevention must be the first priority for any steel window or door. That’s why FireRock uses hot dip galvanization (rated to G90) on all our steel windows and doors. This provides a long-lasting rust prevention that will have a direct impact on the longevity and maintenance of your units.
While most homeowners are most concerned with how the finished product looks, it is necessary to remember that the finish is an important surface barrier against normal wear and tear. FireRock steel windows and doors are finished off with a cured paint finish. This finish type provides the sleek, smooth surface texture that most people associate with steel while allowing for easy, inconspicuous on-site touch-ups, which maximizes the longevity and minimizes maintenance costs of the unit.
Thermally broken steel windows and doors from FireRock utilize a resin isolator to separate the exterior frames from the interior frames. Thermally breaking the unit prevents both heat and cold from transferring through the frames altogether, alleviating issues that might be caused by extreme environments, such as condensation. Thermally broken units are IECC code compliant nationwide.
FireRock offers installation of our steel windows and doors anywhere in the contiguous United States. However, for contractors who want to install the units themselves, our units come with tabs or flanges that are customized to suit wall condition, making installation simple.