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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.
Bypass door pulls or flush pulls are a simple recessed pull used on bypass doors. Called flush pulls because they are flush with the surface of the door, these pulls allow doors to slide in front of one another without getting hung up on the door hardware. Flush pulls are available in many styles, including some that fit right inside a standard bore hole of 2 1/8". Flush pulls are most often used on bypass closet doors where the distance between the two doors is very minimal. Flush pulls generally don't protrude from the door mare than 1/8 of an inch and vary in depth. Generally the depth is around 1/2 Inch or more, just enough to enable you to push or pull the door closed with your fingertips. If your door actually slides into a wall cavity, flush pulls are not necessarily the best option. For pocket doors, see our pocket door hardware section.