About Brax Iron Doors
Standard on all of our doors
(806) 773-8052 or SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION
Remodel Door Installation: 10 year structural warranty on doors and all door parts. 5 year finish warranty on all custom doors. 3 year finish warranty on all Brax ready-to-install doors.
Builders or New Construction: All warranties are not applicable to builders or new construction. Please contact us directly for warranty details on new construction or builder doors.
Mon - Sun: By Appointment Only | Special arrangements needed to be made, please call us. We will make ourselves available to accommodate your needs.
Our manufacturer has been at the same factory location in Monterrey Mexico for over 30 years. All our products are designed and built 100% in house. They start with flat sheets of metal and they use their metal shear and break to make their own jambs and door. This means they make their own "tubing" in house to ensure consistent quality. They bend all their own raw bar stock in house and by hand. Our artisans are experts in their field with many of them having their knowledge passed down from their fathers and grandfathers. They take great pride in standing over the fire pit to make each creation. All or their hinges are machined in house as well as their window latches which are designed to be trouble free for many years. All their products are then powder coated a matte black in their in-house oven and then sent to paint. There, they apply one of several paint colors to the powder coat and then once it's perfect, they apply two coats of clear polyurethane to protect each door for years to come.
Our doors are designed to be installed into the existing opening meaning there is no modification needed for standard sized doors. For example, our 3'0" x 8' 0" doors have a jamb size of 37 1/2" x 97 1/2" which is the exact same as a standard wood door of this size. The jamb is not 1 1/2" or 2" wide like your typical wrought iron door and most of them have a 39" or 40" jamb which is required to get the 36" door. This won't fit into existing rough openings without major modifications. They have their own metal break and metal shear in house so they make the iron jamb 3/4" wide to allow the customer to keep a true 36" door. This is not normal in the iron door market and makes it so that the customer can reuse their existing trim cutting cost and time. Brax Iron Doors does not use mounting tabs which means you don't need to cut the sheetrock and instead, set we our doors to be mounted with lag bolts through the jamb so that you lag parallel to the face of the door and 90 degrees to the door jamb. This ensures you get to at least two of the double or triple studs on the door opening instead. This is a much cleaner, simpler, and easier install not to mention much faster. All our double doors are set the same way and have standard size jambs which will fit in the standard size locations without modification.