Luxury Iron Doors Extend Beaumont's Architectural Legacy to Its Modern Homes and Businesses
Beaumont is a city that lies in the eastern portion of Texas and is the seat of Jefferson County. The city, which was officially incorporated in 1838, sits along the Neches River and is bordered by the Texas Gulf Coast. Beaumont's early economy was based upon agricultural pursuits at what was known as the Neches River Settlement as well as distribution of goods at the Port of Beaumont. Oil extraction and production became a big part of Beaumont's economy during the turn of the 20th century because of the discovery of the Spindletop oil field there. Some of the city's prominent employers such as ENGlobal Corporation and ExxonMobil Corporation reflect Beaumont's continued contributions to the oil and gas industry.
Beaumont, which is just a little over an hour's drive east of Houston, is a pleasant destination for area visitors who want to explore the Gulf Coast. The city has a unique vibe that is flavored with cowboy culture, Cajun spice and mild Southern gentility. The independent spirit of the Old West is the inspiration of one of the city's most famous attractions. It takes a special type of cowboy or cowgirl to interact with alligators up close, but that is exactly what happens at the Gator Country Adventure Park. The park hosts shows that feature staff interactions with mature alligators, crocodiles, snakes and snapping turtles. Park guests have fun feeding the alligators and even holding baby alligators. For those with the nerve, it’s a fun-filled experience for the whole family. Because of Beaumont's close proximity to the Gulf Coast, its culinary scene features Cajun-inspired seafood restaurants in addition to the Tex-Mex restaurants that are plentiful throughout the state. Historic structures of Beaumont also contain stunning architecture that is a feast for the eyes. For instance, one can tour the quintessentially Southern McFaddin-Ward House that is an example of the Beaux-Arts Colonial Revival design style or the Tyrrell Historical Library that was built in the Richardsonian-Romanesque style.
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While most of Beaumont's modern homes and commercial structures cannot rival the grace and character of its historical buildings and museums, property owners can add character and distinction to their traditional or contemporary-styled properties with the installation of luxury iron doors and ironwork accessories. Pinky's Iron Doors has one of the largest selections of distinctive iron doors in the region. If we don't have the right iron door style for your home or business, we'll custom design and build your ideal iron entryway according to your specifications. For our Beaumont clients, acquiring the luxury of iron doors is easy with our online ordering platform and nationwide delivery service.
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