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If youre aiming to convey a sense of maturity and class into this room then reeded door knobs could prove an effective product to invest in although they may be equally well-suited when placed in a kitchen bathroom or study. Featuring smooth lines these items are available in a range of materials - such as satin nickel and polished chrome - and once they are fitted could quickly lend a place some much-need aesthetic appeal. However if you want something a little bit different why not consider opting for a door knob that is made out of glass? A wide selection of glass knobs can be purchased including those that are spherical and have a smooth surface while others are available in cut-crystal.
A square shaped rod runs through your door knob it is called the spindle. In the hole of the door put this through the latch mechanism in the hole. If your spindle is not already attached slide it through the hole. Line up the other on the other side. Make sure the square shape of the spindle fits into the square hole. Tighten the screws to the mounting plates pressing them together. To make sure it is lined up correctly open and close. Once you are satisfied with the function begin to attach the rosette that covers the mounting plate. Your new door knob is now installed. The door handle company was The Door Handle Company was established in 1991 and is brought to you by TDK - Architectural Hardware Ltd. We are an architectural ironmongers based in Blackburn Lancashire.
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You need to secure the latch into the edge of the door with the screws provided. Point the curved side of the latch toward the direction the door closes as this is very important. If the latch is put on backwards it will not close. Its now time to line up the mounting plate these are the circles that will be fit on both sides with the latch mechanism. Usually there is two screw holes that attach the mounting plates to the door. Screw and tighten the screws making sure that the mounting plates are flush against the door. Some door knobs require you to do this on both sides while others require only a single side. You may also need to insert two long screws to hold it all together. Do a final check to ensure that the mounting plate circles completely cover the hole before tightening the screws down.