Door Furniture

  1. Door Locks & Latches – FAQ’s

    Door Locks & Latches – FAQ’s

    I want to change the keys on my front door, how is this possible? If it is a pvc door then just change the euro cylinder. If it is a timber door with a nightlatch/rim cylinder just change the rim cylinder part. If it is a sashlock then the lock case will need to be changed. Can I fit a mortice sash lock to an interior door with a simple ...

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  2. FAQ’s Door Numbers

    FAQ’s Door Numbers

    How do I fit the numerals? Use the screws provided and if necessary drill a very small pilot hole in the position that you require. What can I use to clean the door-numerals? Care should be applied when cleaning door-numerals. Brass has a tendency to tarnish over time and particularly more so in outdoor environments. All door-numerals are lacquered...

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  3. Escutcheon Lock Covers – FAQ’s

    Escutcheon Lock Covers – FAQ’s

    What is an escutcheon? An escutcheon is a traditional name for a lock cover or lock tidy. Are there different types of escutcheons? There are a few different types to match the different locks and these are typically found on timber wooden doors, both internal or external. You can see the main types here: Escutcheon lock cover for a euro cylinder. ...

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  4. Bell Pushes – FAQ’s

    Bell Pushes – FAQ’s

    What is a bell push? A bell push is another name for the front face of the door bell. It is the face plate including the button. This allows customers the opportunity to change the look of the bell push easily. How are the bell pushes fitted? These door bells are a straight replacement for your existing bell push so it should just be a case of ...

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  5. UPVC Door Restrictors – FAQ’s

    UPVC Door Restrictors – FAQ’s

    Where are these restrictors used? They are most suitable for upvc conservatory doors. These restrictors need a channel groove to locate within so they can be positioned to operate correctly (most uPVC or double glazed doors with multi-point locks generally have this feature). They can also be used on upvc front and back doors and can be used for ...

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  6. Patio Door Locks – FAQ’s

    Patio Door Locks – FAQ’s

    Why are extra locks needed on sliding patio doors? Over the years it has become well known that sliding patio doors are vulnerable to forced entry via various techniques. To help overcome this insurance companies insist that extra locks have to be fitted to the inside of the door that are key locking. Where do you fit these locks on the door? It is...

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  7. Black Antique Door Furniture – FAQ

    Black Antique Door Furniture – FAQ

    What are your handles actually made from? They are made from a collection of metal alloys that are developed into an old period design. The end result is a stunning traditional black antique effect. In some cases the ironmongery is hand made using a blacksmith technique. I want to replace my front door furniture with black antique, where do I ...

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