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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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- Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Mechanical Warranty - Limited Lifetime Finish Warranty - Lifetime PVD Exterior (Polished Brass only) - Removable knobs/levers prevents scratching during installation - C Measurement 8 3/16 inches
-Standard fits thickness 1 3/4" to 2" - 1" throw deadbolt with two hardened steel rollers - prevents sawing - Meets 2-point locking codes - 5-Pin Cylinder - 8" Minimum Center to Center
Click here to learn how to determine the handing of your door. Not sure which handle set you need?
The Weslock Lexington 1300 Series Handleset Includes
- Both the inside lever or knob trim and the outside handleset in the finish of your choosing. - Latches for the upper deadbolt portion as well as the handle. - Rounded and square corner faceplates and strike plates.- Mounting screws and other hardware.- Keys (For Single and Double Cylinder handlesets.
Dummy Handleset If you have a double front door where one side is generally inactive while the other is always active, you will need a combination of two handle sets. For the active side, you'll need a single or double cylinder handleset. For the inactive door, you'll want to order a dummy handleset. This gives you the look of a complete working set, but doesn't have all of the mechanisms - perfect for an inactive door.
How to Determine Door Handingfor a Lexington 1300 Series Handleset
When ordering lever handles or handlesets, we'll need to know the handing of your door. Door handing is the direction in which your door swings. If you order the incorrect door handing you will either have locks on the wrong side of the door, levers that are upside down, or levers that point in the wrong direction and keep the door from closing properly.