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What Type of Hardware You Have So You Can Replace It

Back when a door knob was just a door knob to me and that's as deep as it got, I never imagined how different each door knob could be. I'm not talking about the obvious design difference, of course there are many varieties there, but what about the measurements, the latches, the round or square, handleset, lever mortise, multi point, yadda yadda... And honestly you wont need to know all this stuff, unless you are trying to replace your hardware. I know that might sound super overwhelming, but don't give up yet! It's actually not all that bad. You just need to find out what type of hardware you have and then you can start crossing off most of that list.
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Marvin Integrity Multi-Point Patio Door Lock Trim Replacements

Multi-point patio locks are something lots of people want or need. These locks are a little more complex than your regular front door lock set. The multi-point mechanism have 3 different points where a bolt will come out of the door to lock inside part of the door jamb - the top, bottom, and the side of the door just like any basic door lock. The reason these locks are a must have is mainly for the security factor. It's three locking bolts compared to one.
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Replacing Your Existing Handleset

Shopping for a new handleset for your front door can be fun! All the different designs and finishes out now are sure to add to that fresh coat of paint you just added to your front door, or maybe you just need to replace that old beaten down handleset you have had for years. There are a few things to keep in mind if you are replacing your handleset for your existing door preparation.
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What Hardware Do I Need for Double Pocket Doors?

There are new styles of Pocket door coming out all the time! I feel like I can barley keep up! After this post, we put new pocket door hardware on the site that allow you to install the hardware on a regular standard bore prep door (check this post,or you can also check here for round style pocket door hardware).
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How to Install a Door Knob Latch

Installing a door knob latch is no big deal, If you have the right tools. And you may find that door latches come in various styles, such as a latch with an attached mortise plate, or the drive in tubular latch. I think the latch with attached mortise plate is usually what would come standard with any door (square or round corners - you can request either), and this style is more secure because it will hold the latch securely with screws. The drive in latch has no screws and relies on the snug fit of the latch and the cross bore hole of the door.
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