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Schlage Latitude Lever with Century Rosette

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Schlage Latitude Lever with Century Rosette
Latitude Lever with Century Rosette - Satin Nickel

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Fits Standard Door Preparation Door Hardware Preparation
- 2 1/4" tall standard strike
- Shipped with rounded corner removable faceplate and adjustable backset drive in latch.

Description

The Latitude lever has a simple contemporary design. The Century rosette has a bold contemporary design. Put them together and you have an instant classic.

PRODUCT FEATURES:
  • Easy 3-step installation, only a screwdriver needed
  • Quality materials and construction for exceptional security
  • Lifetime and mechanical guarantee (Oil Rubbed Bronze is only a mechanical guarantee)
  • Quality finishes coordinate with plumbing and lighting
  • Adjustable backset
schlage latitude lever with century rosette installation
schlage latitude lever with century rosette template

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Question Is this door lever usable for exterior front door?
Asked by: Monica - 2/5/2019
Question Yes, door hardware isn't rated for "interior use" or "exterior use". Some functions are more suitable for exterior doors such as "keyed entry" meaning, you have to use a key to get in the door, that isn't common for interior doors on a home. Also, door thicknesses vary a little bit between exterior (usually 1 3/4" thick) while interior doors are most commonly 1 3/8" thick. I will note that some finishes hold up better to exterior use, such as polished brass or satin nickel, but any leverset can be used on either interior or exterior doors. T Answer provided by:  Zach (6/6/2022)
Question This handle is made for exterior use Answer provided by:  Josh (2/5/2019)
Question My question is above
Asked by: Kirk - 6/3/2022
Question  Yes, door hardware isn't rated for "interior use" or "exterior use". Some functions are more suitable for exterior doors such as "keyed entry" meaning, you have to use a key to get in the door, that isn't common for interior doors on a home. Also, door thicknesses vary a little bit between exterior (usually 1 3/4" thick) while interior doors are most commonly 1 3/8" thick. I will note that some finishes hold up better to exterior use, such as polished brass or satin nickel, but any leverset can be used on either interior or exterior doors. Answer provided by:  Zach (6/6/2022)
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