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Pinky’s Iron Doors City Spotlights – Waterloo, IA

Once known as Prairie Rapids Crossing, the city of Waterloo was first settled in 1845 and formally incorporated in 1868.

Waterloo is the seat of the Black Hawk County, making it a regional hub for government, healthcare, education, employment, and manufacturing.

The city prides itself on its diversity and holds several unique festivals that are major draws for people in the region, as well as elsewhere in the country.

What to Know About Waterloo

1. Highly-Ranked Water Parks

Waterloo’s Lost Island was named the 2nd best water park in the country by the widely-read USA Today.

2. Plenty of History

Given that it’s such an old city, it makes sense that Waterloo has several museums that are conveniently located in the Museum District. These include:

  • Dan Gabel Wrestling Museum
  • Waterloo Center for the Arts
  • Grout Museum of History & Science
  • The 5 Sullivan Iowa Veterans Museum
  • John Deere Tractor and Engine Museum
  • Phelps Youth Pavilion

Much like the famed Museum Mile of New York City, all these Waterloo museums are located within walking distance of each other.

3. Respect for Heritage

One of the 49 federally designated National Heritage Areas, the Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area, is dedicated to preserving and retelling the story of America’s agricultural evolution.

4. Rich Culture

The largest collection of Haitian Art in the United States can be found at the Waterloo Center for the Arts, where it’s part of the permanent collection. The Center also features the Phelps Youth Pavilion, an interactive children’s museum.

Lastly, the Waterloo Center for the Arts is also the venue for Waterloo Community Playhouse, the oldest community theater in the state of Iowa that’s been in business since 1916.

High-Quality Steel and Iron Doors in Waterloo

Pinky’s Iron Doors is proud to present its extensive collection of steel doors and iron doors in Waterloo.

Our product lineup includes entry doors, front doors, patio doors, French doors, Dutch doors, interior doors in Waterloo, and cold weather doors in Waterloo.

Here’s a closer look at our range:

Interior Doors in Waterloo

With multiple designs and options to choose from, our interior doors in Waterloo are bound to brighten up every space they’re installed in.

Steel Doors in Waterloo

Our black steel doors in Waterloo range from the subtle to the more out-there, ensuring that every homeowner in Waterloo can find the one that’s suited to their tastes.

Wrought Iron Doors in Waterloo

Our wrought iron doors in Waterloo boast minimal patterns, floral designs, and intricate swirls, all in one exciting collection that promises the right door for every style of house.

Cold Weather Doors in Waterloo

Waterloo faces temperatures of as low as 8° F in winters, making our thermally broken cold weather doors in Waterloo the practical solution to keeping homes and homeowners warm and comfortable.

 

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