Hot Rolled Steel Windows & Doors

In the market for new steel windows or doors? You may have seen the terms “hot rolled steel” and “cold rolled steel” used to describe some products here or elsewhere, and wondered what exactly these terms meant or implied about the product. To help you make informed decisions in your shopping, and to better empower you as you continue your research, let’s take a closer look at hot rolled steel and its benefits.

If you’d like to hear about hot rolled steel products from The French Steel Company, or have questions about other product types or terminology, contact us today to inquire. You can reach us by phone at (202) 609-9835, or send us a message via our contact page message form.

What Is Hot Rolled Steel?

Hot rolled steel, when used to describe metal products such as windows or doors, refers to the way the metals involved in the product were processed at the mill. Hot rolled steel is steel that is rolled at high temperatures to produce the base material used in these window and door products. Cold rolled steel is essentially hot rolled steel with further processing after its initial hot rolling; the steel is cooled in a storage area to room temperature, then annealed.

The French Steel Company primarily produces its windows and doors from hot rolled steel because the additional processing of cold rolled steel adds unnecessary expense for the vast majority of window or door use cases. Cold rolled steel is more commonly used for more intricately worked steel products, such as filing cabinets, school lockers, or lawn mowers.

Interested in hot rolled steel windows or doors? Contact The French Steel Company by dialing (202) 609-9835 or reaching out to us online to learn more about our full collection of steel products, or to make inquiries about pricing for cold rolled steel requests.  

Benefits of Hot Rolled Steel

Hot rolled steel costs significantly less than cold rolled steel in similar amounts, as it requires significantly less processing in the mill.

While hot rolled steel is less processed than cold rolled steel, it is not necessarily of inferior product specification or grade when compared with a similar cold rolled steel product. Rather, it may have a comparatively limited set of surface finishes and may fall outside of stricter dimensional tolerances, but these stricter tolerances are rarely required in normal architecture.

To find out more about when you should use hot rolled steel and when you might need cold rolled steel for a door or window, contact The French Steel Company today and request a quote online or by phone at (202) 609-9835. If we do determine that you’ll need cold rolled steel for a specialty application, we can quote pricing for a particular product involving cold rolled steel on request.

Call The French Steel Company for Hot Rolled Steel Windows & Doors

If you’re in the market for high-quality hot rolled steel windows or doors, put your trust in The French Steel Company. Our commitment to enduring, high-quality steel products is reflected in our company motto: “Lasting Beauty for the Built Environment.”

When you choose to work with windows and doors from The French Steel Company, rest assured that we never take shortcuts, never cut corners, and never let our customers down. We maintain the highest possible standards of professionalism and customer service in every interaction.

To test the quality of The French Steel Company hot rolled steel windows and doors for yourself, contact us today and request a quote for your next project. You can reach us online or by dialing (202) 609-9835 during business hours.