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Door Hardware Basics
Most door hardware will fit the following door preparation. If you have something different, please contact us so we can help you find exactly what you need.
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Screw Mounted Kickplates
Magnetic Mount Kickplates
NOTE: Magnetic mount kickplates can only be used on metal doors. Your door surface needs to be clean before mounting; otherwise, the mount may not install properly.
Adhesive Mount Kickplates
Give your front door new life and protect it at the same time with a quality kickplate. Kickplates are available in many different finishes to coordinate with your entry handleset, door hinges, or door knob. Should you have any other questions about our inventory of door kickplates, feel free to call us at 307-886-9449 or text 307-352-9449 for more information.
A door kick plate is designed to help protect the bottom part of your door from damages. These damages could occur from moving items in and out of the house and using them to open the door, or even kicking the door open when you have your hands full. They also help protect from overexcited animals that may paw at the bottom of a door and cause damage.
There are a few different ways to install a door kick plate depending on the type of door and kick plate purchased. The first option is a screw mount, which just has evenly space screws along the top and bottom that are used to attach the kick plate to the door. Magnetic mounts are a continuous magnetic sheet across the back of the kick plate, but those will only work on steel doors. Finally, adhesive mounts can also be used, as they feature an all-weather adhesive strip on the top and bottom of the kick plate. They can be attached to any type of door.
The metal plate installed at the bottom of a door is called a kick plate. You may see them in a variety of areas from residences to stores on the inside of the door to protect it from customers or guests who may prefer to use their feet to open a door if their hands are full.
Kick plate widths can vary depending on the door size. You want to order a kickplate that is 2 inches shorter than your door width, that way it doesn't get in the way of the door trim and weatherstripping. A quick measurement will tell you what width you'll need for your door.