Why do Architects Choose Steel?

Steel windows and doors are the premier choice for architectural designs that require a pairing of both aesthetic beauty and long-lasting performance. Steel flows neatly into the framework of a design, or it can boldly make a statement. Its durability as a material that has stood the test of time and design is unparalleled. A perfect choice for architectural themes that require refinement and luxury, steel enables the architect to use both traditional and cutting-edge themes with the knowledge that performance will never be sacrificed.

Assured Corp represents the highest quality steel manufacturers in the industry today. Known for elegance and safety, longevity and design, these manufacturers take pride in the excellence of their engineering and their attention to detail.  Hand-crafted steel windows and doors create almost limitless possibilities for any architectural design.  Top-rated fire safety windows are the premier choice for condos, education and hospitality.

Custom-built and hand-crafted, rich details and textured hardware make steel a perfect choice for Old World or contemporary style homes. Steel is our heritage, the first windows and doors we started to work with, and the artistry inherent in these hand-crafted products is a testament to the timeless beauty of craftsmanship and design.

Curious to see more? View our vendor gallery, click on our gallery of featured products, or contact Assured directly to see what steel windows and doors work best for your next design.

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Steel’s soaring strength and timeless elegance make it a natural choice for themes designed to stand the test of time.  Steel offers beauty, performance, corrosion resistance and provides a framework to let your design soar. Function, flow, and structure meld effortlessly with traditional and modern designs. Click on the pages above to find out more about the steel products we carry, or skim through our gallery to see the breadth of possibilities steel can offer for your next project.