El Mirage, which is located in Arizona's West Valley, is the twelfth-most populous city in Maricopa County. While it was incorporated into the country back 1951, El Mirage has transitioned from an agricultural hot-spot to a more suburban nature. The city is less than 15 miles from the state capitol of Phoenix and also less than half an hour's drive from Luke Air Force Base; the largest training center for NATO pilots and the USAF.
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El Mirage, like many parts of America's southwest, is also a heritage site for Native Americans. The Hohokam were the first people to live in what is known as El Mirage and it is believed that these people moved out of Mexico in order to irrigate better soil; with nothing but stone tools and organization to achieve that goal. These original residents of El Mirage are informally referred to as the "Canal Builders." In 1867, the Hohokam's canals were reworked for farming purposes until such time as federal programs could provide a more reliable means of irrigating the settlement through the best of materials and equipment.
Much like how El Mirage has prospered through the use of metal and engineering, so too has Pinky's Iron Doors reinforced its homes and businesses. This company, which has provides wrought iron doors and accessories of only the highest quality, is the first name that most El Mirage residents think of when they are looking for just the right door for their residence or office. Pinky's has a vast inventory that covers many styles and tastes. Whether you seek something that verges on art deco or a door that places functionality above everything else, we are sure we have the door for your needs. If you cannot find the perfect door for your needs, Pinky's Iron Doors offers doors that are fabricated, to your exact specifications, by the most professional of metal artisans. Between the freedom to browse our online catalog and worry-free delivery, Pinky's makes it easy for El Mirage residents to add value, security and uniqueness to their neighborhoods through its superior wrought iron doors.
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