Entry Door Door Knobs With Keys Door Knobs Exterior Door Knobs
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Glass doorknobs are not designed for the garage door or for childrens room and should be avoided on any door that receives rough treatment. There are different shapes of glass doorknobs including square circular and oval shapes. Regular clear glass and mirrored knobs are also available. Self adhesive knobs are also commonly used. Modern as well as traditional glass doorknobs are available in a variety of colors finishes styles and shapes. Different manufactures produce a wide range of glass door knobs. The prices depend on quality design model and style. Glass door knobs are not suitable for every home. Special care is needed while operating these knobs. When purchasing a glass doorknob you must consider the style the nature of your home and other options. Knobs made of glass can fracture easily so always go for a glass knob with a maximum warranty. Most glass door knobs come with a limited lifetime mechanical warranty. For replacing and repairing doorknob kits are.
Unscrew any screws on the rosette on both sides of the door. The mountain plate which is an additional plate needs to be unscrewed and removed on both sides. Remove the screws that on the face plate which is situated on the edge of the door this acts as a guide for the latch to fit into the door. Remove this and then the latch. Remove the flat metal plate which guides the latch when it is closed this is known as the strike plate. Now its time to install the new door knob Firstly you need to attach the flat metal plate that goes on the frame with the screw provided. This plate catches the door latch when the door is closed.
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The entrance porcelain door knobs are fully functional with locks and latches. Privacy and passage sets are used on bathroom and bedroom doors. Porcelain dummy knobs make a perfect addition for your cupboards and closets. Usually porcelain knobs come in a complete set of two pieces. They are available in different sizes. However the standard ones measure 2 ¼ or 2 ½ diameter. Most porcelain door knobs feature a short iron brass or bronze stem. A matching backplate is also provided in some cases. The backplates normally come in five different finishes - satin nickel antique brass polished brass chrome and oil-rubbed bronze. Porcelain door knobs are available in a choice of colors and finishes.