Design a perfect wall of light. Enjoy a spacious, airy feeling in every room. Large panes of insulated glass held by narrow steel frames provide unobstructed views of the great outdoors. The slender framework permits the sleek designs of contemporary architecture.
Custom steel windows by The French Steel Company enhance the personality of any home or commercial space and increase energy efficiency. To accommodate any climate, we offer four lines of custom steel windows: classic, thermally broken, and storefront exterior and interior options. Our professionals will work with you to select windows that meet the specs for your project.
Classic French steel windows are the same windows that have been around since the early 1900s. The windows have thin lines and lots of open window space to let the sun into any room.
Our thermally broken steel windows are excellent for anyone in very hot or cold climates. The benefit of having thermally broken steel windows is that these windows prevent the buildup of frost and condensation. Steel windows are energy-efficient; therefore, you don’t have to sacrifice beauty for a lower energy bill anymore!
Whether you’re looking for thermally broken steel windows or black steel windows for your storefront, The French Steel Company has the windows for you! Check out our gallery or catalog, then contact us to get started with your project today.
Our interior and exterior storefront windows allow in natural light while still being great for security purposes. Your customers will love the look of the windows, and you will love the way they last for years and years!
With all of our window options, we have the expertise to install the steel windows that will best benefit your business. The French Steel Company has the windows for you — contact us today!
As a luxury custom steel windows company, we focus intensely on perfecting the design of our custom steel windows. No matter which type of custom steel windows you choose, they come with a multitude of benefits you don’t get from other windows, including:
At The French Steel Company, our expert installers will do the job efficiently, giving you peace of mind and minimizing time out of your schedule. For professional installations of steel windows, contact us today!
Within The French Steel Company window collection, your concepts are transformed into elegance and beauty thanks to our custom steel window design team. We will work with you every step of the way to provide insight, suggestions, and feedback on your vision for your home or commercial space. But don’t fret if you’re short on inspiration — our gallery has dozens of custom steel window styles to expand on! Once you’ve committed to your design, your architectural steel window scheme will be formatted to a precise computer-aided design (CAD) drawing. This is then passed on to our factory, and your custom steel windows are handcrafted in just eight to 10 weeks!
Working with The French Steel Company team, you’ll quickly see that we’re more than custom steel window manufacturers. We are a close-knit, family-oriented business that treats each project with respect, dedication, and care. Whether it’s a home remodel or a new commercial build, our goal is to leave a warm, lasting impression of our product and service. The French Steel Company offers a 10-year warranty on the operation of all custom steel windows and doors and a one-year warranty on finishes.
With all of our qualifications and experience, we are the company for the job when it comes to your custom steel windows. Call 855-917-1833 or contact us online to find the perfect window for you!
The simple answer is that steel is a superior material that offers significant advantages over vinyl, fiberglass, wood, and aluminum.
It’s stronger, fully customizable, comes in larger sizes, and, due to its minimalistic appearance, allows more natural light into a building or home.
Steel windows and doors typically last 75 years or more and, even then, usually only require rust-prevention repairs.
Advanced engineering and fabricating techniques have made it so that many steel windows fabricated today will likely outlast the structure they will be a part of.