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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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Shopping for door hardware doesn't have to be a hassle. With our selection covering all the top brands at affordable prices, it is easier than ever to get the right solution.
When shopping for door hardware, the measurements are a good starting point to narrow down the choices. Most doorknobs and levers on today's market fit standard measurements, so that is the first thing you want to check. Verify what backset you have, how thick your door is, and the size of your bore holes. You can verify your own measurements against standard door preparation. If they are a match, the majority of door hardware brands and styles will fit your needs. Have an odd measurement? We'd be happy to help. Contact our Door Hardware Support team or call us at 307-886-9449. Our help desk is open 9-5 (mountain time) Monday through Friday. Give us a call and we'll help you find the right door hardware for your application.
Whether you are looking for replacement for your old outdated and worn out doorknobs, or you have a new home or project, we have the door hardware for your project. We've been providing great customer service to homeowners and builders for 10 years as a leading online retailer of the best brands. Before ordering your hardware, there are several things to consider. For example, do you prefer the simplicity of a doorknob, or would you prefer a more elegant look of a lever handle? We have hundreds of styles to accommodate your own personal taste or design style. As you begin shopping, it's important to know how your doors are prepped so that you can order the correct hardware for the job. Our Door Hardware 101 article will help you determine what you need and will help you be more familiar with terms worth knowing.
Doorknobs are going to be the least expensive option for new or replacement hardware. Doorknobs are pretty standard in size and are comfortable to hold in your hand. Most doorknobs feature a formed zinc die cast type knob that is hollow inside. These are the most affordable and also offer a comfortable feel in the hand. If you like the simplicity of a doorknob, but want something nicer, you might consider Emtek or Baldwin brand doorknobs as they are made of solid brass and have a solid feel. Whether shopping for budget or a bit of luxury, we have something to meet your needs.
For a more elegant look, check out our huge selection of door levers. Levers offer a sleek and modern appeal many people prefer over doorknobs. We have levers in many brands and hundreds of styles and finishes. Levers often require a little more planning when ordering as you may have to specify your door handing, but the upgraded look it worth the time spent.
With our wide selection of affordable options to meet any taste, we are confident you will find the perfect solution. If you have any questions while shopping, please reach out for assistance. We are always happy to assist our customers as needed.
There is no size fits all when it comes to door hardware, and a lot of what's considered "best" will depend upon your individual needs. However, some of our best brands include Cavilok, Baldwin, Emtek, Schlage, Kwikset, and Sure-Loc. If you have a question about which brand or item would be best for your home project, feel free to give us a call and we'll walk you through the buying process.
The term "door hardware" refers to any part of the door that works like a tool or piece of machinery. Some examples include door knobs, lever door handles, deadbolts, and door hinges.
According to the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), businesses and public buildings are not allowed to have round door knobs on the exterior of their buildings because round door knobs require tight grasping and twisting motion to operate, which may make the business or building inaccessible to people who are physically incapable of performing such tasks. You are allowed to have round door knobs for your private residence, though.
The step-by-step process of replacing any piece of door hardware will depend on the piece you want to replace. If you're trying to install a specific piece of hardware and experiencing difficulty, give us a call and we'll be happy to assist you.