Iron Doors, Doors, Front Doors, Wrought Iron Doors, and Entry Doors in Hattiesburg,MS
Jemison Window and Door is owned and operated by Jim and Kathy Jemison and their family, and has been serving Hattisburg and surrounding areas since 1988. We pride ourselves on having the largest selection of wrought iron doors in stock on the Gulf Coast, and we have the absolute best prices. An iron door is a great way to add traditional, local character to your new or remodeled home in Hattiesburg. Not only are wrought iron doors beautiful, but they are extremely durable and easy to maintain. They’re an excellent choice for any home. Call Jemison Window and Door today, and let us help you choose the perfect iron door for your home.
Hattiesburg, Mississippi is in both Forrest and Lamar Counties, is home to the University of Southern Mississippi, and is nicknamed the “Hub City,” for its intersection of six major U.S. highways. It was founded in 1882 by William Hardy, a civil engineer, who named the town after his wife, Hattie, and it was incorporated two years later. Its first population boom was driven by the lumber and railroad industries. Today, its largest draws are its diverse economy, strong neighborhoods, and central location. The historic districts of Hattiesburg are some of the most intact neighborhoods in Mississippi, featuring tree-lined streets and buildings constructed in the 1880s.
That stylish, timeless look and feel can be yours with wrought iron doors from Jemison Window and Door. You may imagine your home’s entrance adorned with decorative, ornate wrought iron doors, iron doors with glass inlays or wood enhancements, from simple to stunning. Jemison Window and Door has the expertise to make your dreams come true, and with construction that will last for generations. Made from durable materials, our iron doors will reflect the historic architecture of Hattiesburg, giving your home an elegant, grand entry for years to come.
Adjacent to the Historic Downtown District, the University of Southern Mississippi hosts many cultural opportunities and special events in Hattiesburg, and is home to the Longleaf Trace Gateway, the beginning of a 42-mile multi-use recreational trail, Longleaf Trace. The Trace is Mississippi’s only certified Rails to Trails Conservancy project and stretches from Hattiesburg to Prentiss.
The 2013 Hattisburg tornado occurred on Sunday, February 10, and was a large EF4 funnel with multiple vortices that devastated portions of Hattisburg, including the Oak Grove community, the University of Southern Mississippi, Oak Grove High School and Hattiesburg High School. President Barack Obama declared it a federal disaster area and Governor Phil Bryant issued a subsequent state of emergency. Since then, residents have set about rebuilding their lives, and Jemison Window and Door has been a part of that effort.
A Jemison Window and Door is your source for Iron Doors, Wrought Iron Doors and Windows. We have a large selection on hand.