Interior Door Knobs Full Dummy Door Knob Set Glass Door Knobs With Locks Bedroom Door Knobs With Locks Passage Door Knob Vs Dummy
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The first thing to do is to go out and get the new door knob pick the one you like even if it is different to the ones you already have around the house. The mechanism in all of them works in much the same way and their fit on the door is standard. You will need a flat and a Phillips screw driver ( the Phillips screw driver is the one that has a round star shaped tip) and maybe a small hammer. The process of changing the door knob is simple and easy to do because all you will be doing is exchanging one for the other.
Passage door knobs also referred to as closet and hall knobs are placed where a lock is not needed. Closet and pantry doors also use passage knob sets. For baths and bedrooms privacy door knobs are used. Door knobs of this type are lockable but they do not have a keyed cylinder. For convenience a generic unlocking tool is provided. Dummy doorknobs are fixed knobs that are an excellent solution for closet doors. A latch mechanism is not needed for this set. It is generally used on the inactive door of a set of double doors and French-style closet doors. With the growing number of door hardware manufacturers an extensive collection of door knobs in different color and design are available in the market. Modern as well as conventional doorknobs are also available in the market. The price of a doorknob depends on its style propose and the quality of the metal used. When purchasing doorknobs a customer should look for features such as durability convenience service and warranty. Doorknob kits are available for repairing and replacing doorknobs.
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Soon a lock would be added to a door. That made not only a way to keep the door from accidentally opening but also a way to intentionally keep people out. That wasnt enough for some people who could bust through a simple lock so there had to be more substantial locks created. Dead bolts were added to really hold a door shut when the person inside wanted it to stay that way. At one point there were very limited selections if you wanted a door with locks and even more limited selections if you wanted the additional dead bolt lock that matched the door knob.