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Weslock Colonial 1400 Series Entrance Handleset

Weslock Colonial 1400 Series Entrance Handleset

Weslock Colonial 1400 Series Entrance Handleset
Colonial 1400 Handleset

Helpful Information

*Requires Non-Standard Door Prep Most common standard preparation for entry door handlesets.
- Ships with 2 1/4" tall standard strike.
- Fixed Backset latch with rounded corner removable faceplate.


Entry Handleset Specifications 
***Requires 2 7/8" CC Door Prep.***

- Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Mechanical Warranty
- Limited Lifetime Finish Warranty
- Lifetime PVD Exterior on Polished Brass
- Removable knobs/levers prevent scratching during installation
- Solid Brass Exterior
- Meets 2-Point Locking Codes
- Panic-Proof - one turn of the interior knob/lever unlocks and opens the door
- Weslock keyway standard (Schlage keyway available)
- Smooth interior Nolin plate

Click here to learn how to determine the handing of your door.
Not sure which handle set you need?
**Due to high demand this item may not ship immediately. Please call for availability.

In the Box

The Weslock Colonial 1400 Handleset Includes

- Both the inside lever or knob trim and the outside handleset in the finish of your choosing.
- Latches for the upper deadbolt portion as well as the handle.
- Rounded and square corner faceplates and strike plates.
- Mounting screws and other hardware.
- Keys (For Single and Double Cylinder handlesets.

Choose Options:

Handleset Function help
Door Handing help
Interior Trim

Order Help

The Weslock Colonial 1400 Handleset is Available in 2 Functions:

Single Cylinder Handleset
Single Cylinder handlesets are locked/unlocked with a key from the exterior and locked/unlocked from the inside of the home with a thumbturn. (most often used)

Dummy Handleset
If you have a double front door where one side is generally inactive while the other is always active, you will need a combination of two handle sets. For the active side, you'll need a single or double cylinder handleset. For the inactive door, you'll want to order a dummy handleset. This gives you the look of a complete working set, but doesn't have all of the mechanisms - perfect for an inactive door.

Double Cylinder Handleset
A double cylinder handleset has a keyed cylinder on the inside as well as the outside. This requires a key to lock or unlock the door from both sides. We don't recommend using double cylinder handlesets on main exterior doors because if there is any emergency, a key would be required to exit the home.

How to Determine Door Handingfor a Weslock Castletown Handleset

When ordering lever handles or handlesets, we'll need to know the handing of your door. Door handing is the direction in which your door swings. If you order the incorrect door handing you will either have locks on the wrong side of the door, levers that are upside down, or levers that point in the wrong direction and keep the door from closing properly.

how to determine your door handing
Follow These Steps:

step 1 Stand facing the door on the outside - If it's a locking door, stand on the side of the door where you would insert a key (or unlocking tool if it would be a privacy lock).
step 2 If the hinges are on the left, it's a left hand door. If the hinges are on the right, it's a right hand door.



Measurements for Weslock Colonial 1400 Entrance Handleset

Weslock Colonial 1400 Entrance Handleset Measurements

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5 Stars
Good Product, Good Service
I needed to replace the front door hardware and this configuration was not available at the local home center. I found what I needed at Direct Door Hardware, and the customer service person was helpful confirming this is what I needed. I got it at a fraction of the price quoted by the local lock store. Installation was easy, it works and looks great.
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Reviewed by:  from California. on 3/30/2015
5 Stars
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like the product, easy installation,
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Reviewed by:  from nm. on 7/30/2016
5 Stars
I like the look and feel of the new door handle. It feels very solid and sturdy. Our old lever style handle was very worn out after 24 years of use. We like the lever style handle but changed to the round knob because the lever was too easy for our 19 month old grandson to open. We can't have him letting himself out of the house. Pretty soon he'll be able to reach the car keys and the door knob. No telling what could happen then! The install was easy enough, but I did have to take it apart make adjustments several times. This may be partly because the door is old and the holes are not a tight as they were originally. The problem I had was that when I turned the key it would bind up half way through the turn. When I took the mechanism out of the door it would work fine, but on re-installing it it would bind up again. It seemed like the round barrel-like housing that the latch slides in was not sturdy enough. It wanted to expand outward with the pressure of the key turning and the less than perfect condition of the door. After shimming it just right for proper alignment and using longer screws with more bite it is working fine. The old handle was a Weslock and it lasted a long time. This new handle feels like a really good quality product. Even though I had a few initial issues with it (I'm not sure they were the fault of the handle), I have no regrets about my purchase.
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Reviewed by:  from San Bernardino. on 11/27/2015
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