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15 Jan

Iron Doors and Gates: Powder Coating vs. Paint

Okay, so you’re thinking of making an investment in an Iron Door or Gate for your Arizona home. That’s a good choice. Then why choose to coat the surface of your door or gate with the kind of liquid paint one normally finds on cars and trucks. Car paint is shiny and impressive on your […]

18 Dec

5 Must-Read Tips for Any Home Improvement Project in 2021

Does your letter to Santa include help in sprucing up your home’s curb appeal for 2021? Well, first things first:  One of the primary things anyone notices about your home is its entry way. So why not make a good first impression with an Iron Entry Door, Iron Security Door, or Iron Gate. According to […]

04 Dec

Express Your Personal Style During the Holidays

Okay, so 2020 promises to be unlike any other Holiday Season before. You and your family are probably staying home and staying in more. Even so, your home will still be an expression of Holiday cheer and good wishes to your friends and neighbors. Maybe the colors and themes expressed through your home’s exterior will […]

20 Nov

Giving Thanks by Giving Back

With Thanksgiving upon us, we here at First Impression Ironworks count the blessings in our lives, big and small! We know it’s also essential to pass on these blessings to others less fortunate! According to a study published in 2017 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, an estimated 1 in 8 Americans are food insecure, equating to […]

06 Nov

Real American People Making Real American Products

Being a manufacturing company that produces 100% American made products, First Impression Ironworks understands that purchasing our supplies from fellow American companies does not just support American workers, we are also supporting the American economy.  The Economic Policy Institute estimates that every U.S. manufacturing job supports an additional 1.4 jobs in other parts of the […]