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Alno Interior Door Handles

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The measurement from the edge of the door to the center of the bore hole.

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The Cross Bore is the hole in the door in which door hardware is mounted.

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This helps distinguish door hardware that can be used in either commercial or residential applications. Commercial grade door hardware can be used for any residential application but has been tested based on several performance benchmarks. Residential door hardware, on the other hand, still of high quality but is designed to withstand everyday normal wear and tear.

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The locking mechanism is important to know if you are replacing a door handle. A mortise lockset requires special installation involving one hole in the door, while a tubular lockset requires two that are separated.

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This helps distinguish door hardware that can be used in either commercial or residential applications. Commercial grade door hardware can be used for any residential application but has been tested based on several performance benchmarks. Residential door hardware, on the other hand, still of high quality but is designed to withstand everyday normal wear and tear.

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Interior doorknobs or handles are more than just basic hardware, they can be a design detail that adds a personal touch to a room, and as a the doorknob or handle is something that guests and family alike touch and engage with, a stand out design is sure to be noticed by many. Switching out a doorknob can not only make a design statement, but can improve the functionality of a door as well by adding a feature like a lock, switching from a right handed lever to a left handed lever, or adding a more proportional handle that works better for the door’s particular space.

There are three primary types of commonly used interior door handles: the traditional knob, the lever handle, and the pull handle. The knob and lever variations are the most common for interior doors, and typically have a latch mechanism and, depending on the model, and integrated lock. The pull handle is made to be installed more on a swinging or sliding interior door and would require a separate locking device such as alatch,door bolt or deadbolt if that is an important feature for you. All three of these handle variations are equally simple to replace or install, requiring just a couple of screws and a few minutes to set up.

Whether you opt for the knob, lever, or pull handle, the handle that you select can help set the tone for hardware or accents in the whole room. A classic crystal or glass door knob set or could add a clean and bright note to a space, a porcelain model could lean towards a classic, almost Victorian air, while a larger design with a faceplate and old fashioned keyhole can add a whimsical or distinctive touch to your décor. Whatever your inclination, ATGStores.com has hundreds of choices, so you can be sure to pick the right accessory for your home.

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