Door Handles. Wednesday , September 12th , 2018 - 13:53:09 PM
The style of the door is very important and most handles are made to fit a particular door style. A good strategy is to choose a handle that complements the style of the door, so that it stands out not diminishing the style of the door too. For example, slick doors do not go with antique door handles. If the door is not at a very common place at home or not to be used a lot, simple handles are good options. Types of handles also depend on the area of residence. For example homes based near the ocean tend to get rust on everything specially the doors and the door handles, stainless steel handles are made for such houses.
Door handles such as the Velum have been designed with home owners in mind. This very curvaceous example of the lever-makers art is a simple piece of metal which extends from the shaft of the handle out towards the centre of the door. The handle extends about 128mm from edge to edge, and is designed to have a very comfortable fit. This handle has been created in brushed nickel with chrome additions, making it an attractive metallic accessory for your home. It also has fittings such as a heavy duty latch and some escutcheons which are designed to match and flatter the shape of the Velum handles.
Nice and easy, and low maintenance, the best way to keep your chrome handles looking great is to dust them and give them a quick wash over with the tried and tested soft cloth and warm soapy water combination. Make sure to dry thoroughly afterwards with a lint free cloth or towel. An occasional wipe over with a light oil will also help maintain the appearance of your handles. Don't use metal polishes or any kind of abrasive cleaner.
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