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Wooden Door Accessories

Wooden Door Accessories
July 18
03:48 2014


Wooden Door Accessories

Wooden Door Accessories

Different wooden door accessories recommended for:

Door handle:

• A lever (object to pull or push with force) found commonly on the outside of a door or swinging main gate to another room.

• They are usually placed around 3 1/3 feet above the ground. Some handles are metal or rarely plastic

Door lock:

• A device that prevents access by those without a key or combination

Door stopper:

• A thin slat built inside the frame to prevent a door from swinging through when closed, which might break the hinges.

Door bolts:

• A metal pipe usually internal to the door that extends into the jamb to fasten a door.

• They are typically manipulated with a lock on the outside and a lock on the inside. Bolts are generally used for security purposes.

Door knob:

• A doorknob is a popular type used for opening and closing a door. In its simplest form, a doorknob provides only a place to grab so that the door may be pulled toward oneself.

• It normally holds the closed door and is attached mostly on modern doors.

• A doorknob may also have a lock built in, though in some cases it is beneficial to have a separate lock.

Door viewer:

• Optical device fitted into a hole drilled into the face of a door to enable observation without opening the door.

• Viewer has a curved lens in it to magnify an image on the other side of the door. Viewers are made with various degrees of field of vision.

Door closer:

• A device for closing a door or gate automatically after opening.

• It may be overhead or floor mounted and either exposed or concealed.

There are two general styles of door closers: manual and automatic.

• A manual door closer will close a door after it has been opened by hand.

• An automatic door closer opens the door itself, typically under the control of a push button, motion detector or other device, and then closes it as well, by detecting whether it is safe to close the door.

Door bells:

• A push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed.

Rim locks:

• A lock which is mounted to the outer surface of a door.

Cabinet hinges:

• Cabinet hinges are an important part of the cabinet hardware selection process.

• They can give personality to your kitchen cabinets and bathroom cabinets or make a perfect compliment to your cabinet knobs and pulls.

Push Plates:

• Push plates are properly located to receive the normal hand thrust.

• These are centered 45″ from the bottom of the frame.

H hinges:

• These brass H hinges are flush and are sold per pair. They require a 5/8″ jamb space and the finials are not removable.

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