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If you're looking for a quality door closer or lever for residential or commercial use, then Advantage Hardware is your match. With over 30 years in the door hardware industry, Advantage products can be seen anywhere from offices and schools to storage facilities and high-rise apartment buildings. Here at Direct Door Hardware, we carry an assortment of Advantage Hardware's high-quality door closers and levers, as well as door exit devices. Whether you're shopping for hardware for your residential or commercial space, these options will more than accommodate your needs.
With our inventory of door closers, you'll easily find the right ones for your doors. While shopping, notice the model type. For example, the 2000 Series models are designed for light-duty applications, whereas the 6000 Series door closers are meant for heavy-duty use. You'd need larger numbered door closers for use in locations like public buildings, schools, and hospitals. The smaller numbered options are best for at-home use. When ordering, you may choose from Aluminum, Duro, and Gold finishes to complement your doors and surrounding décor.
Like Advantage Hardware door closers, the choice for door levers depends on the intended application. Those levers that are graded are best suited for commercial use. This could be in hotels, gyms, offices, schools, restaurants, and other public buildings. The residential use door levers are easily identified in this selection, allowing for more design and finish options. Some of these are available as handlesets, in which you may select the function, interior trim, and finish. You might need one for active use and another for an inactive door. Other hardware options included here are leversets and doorknobs. With these, choose the intended function—passage, privacy, or dummy—, rosette style, handing, and finish. The color options for these include Aged Black, Victorian Bronze, and Aged Pewter.
With Direct Door Hardware, we make finding the right styles and finishes of essential hardware an effortless process! Please call for availability on Advantage levers. If you have any other questions about our inventory of Advantage Hardware, feel free to call us at 307-886-9449 or text 307-352-9449 for more information.
Q: How can you identify an Advantage Door Closer? A: You can identify whether your door closer comes from Advantage by looking for the Advantage name on the front of the door closer. Check the product manual if you’re trying to identify the exact series that your Advantage door closer comes from. If you’ve lost your product manual, give us a call, and our technical experts will be able to offer you further assistance. Q: What grade are Advantage locks? A: Most Advantage locks are Grade 2. Grade 2 locks are great if you’re looking for a high level of residential security or a low level of commercial security. You may see Grade 2 locks on classroom doors, restroom doors, and office doors in commercial settings. Q: Who makes Advantage locks? A: Advantage locks are made by Philadelphia Hardware Group, which has been in the industry since 1985. This company is dedicated to providing products of excellent quality for its customers. You can trust that Philadelphia Hardware Group locks will be durable and reliable!