Door Handles. Monday , September 17th , 2018 - 08:03:43 AM
When it comes to choosing a door handle you may think a door handle is just that, right? Well that is one train of thought but it is important to make sure that you buy the right one for the right job for a variety of reasons. The first thing to think about is where is it going to be fitted, and I know the obvious answer is a door! But there is a little more to it than that, such as where is the door located, how much "Traffic" comes through it, and what type of traffic it is (In terms of people) to name but a few questions.
Security is, of course, your main concern when looking for a door accessory. Latches, locks and handles need to fit perfectly and last long. Some people are eager to splurge on high-tech lock sets like keyless and card-swipe systems. However, you need to be sure if they are 100% reliable. For your front and back doors made of solid materials like wood, a single cylinder dead bolt would do. However, if you have delicate glass doors, which are accessible and attractive to burglars, your better option would be a double cylinder dead bolt, which needs to be opened with a key from both inside and out.
Cost of the door furniture handle is another major consideration when purchasing door handles. Ensure that you budget before you shop so as to identify the best handles within your budget. Costs are usually higher for expensive material handles, artistically created handles and the quality of the locking system.
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