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  1. Bronze Lock Plate Classic Styleview
    Bronze Lock Plate Classic Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  2. Silver Numbers Traditional Styleview
    Silver Numbers Traditional Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  3. Gold Numbers Contemporary Styleview
    Gold Numbers Contemporary Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  4. Bronze Numbers Rustic Styleview
    Bronze Numbers Rustic Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  5. Silver Knocker Classic Styleview
    Silver Knocker Classic Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  6. Gold Knocker Modern Styleview
    Gold Knocker Modern Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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  8. Silver Hinge Modern Styleview
    Silver Hinge Modern Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  9. Bronze Knocker Traditional Styleview
    Bronze Knocker Traditional Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  10. Bronze Hinge Contemporary Styleview
    Bronze Hinge Contemporary Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  11. Silver Kickplate Contemporary Styleview
    Silver Kickplate Contemporary Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  12. Gold Door Sweep Classic Styleview
    Gold Door Sweep Classic Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  13. Gold Kickplate Rustic Styleview
    Gold Kickplate Rustic Style
    Customize, replace, or repair any feature on your interior or exterior doors with door hardware from NickNacks. Add a touch of class to any door with custom decorative side plates to accentuate your unique handles. Keep out the elements with thresholds and weatherstripping for the bottoms of your doors. Replace missing or broken knobs, locks, screen door hardware, sliding or barn door mounts and more.Update your exterior doors with a new, high-tech keyless entry system. Add a filler/strike plate, stronger deadbolt, or panic bar to any door. Choose from an endless array of accessories like mail slots, door stops, kick plates, house numbers, door knockers, door viewers, speakeasy plates, and more. Commercial hardware is also available, including pressurized door closers, electric strikes, heavy-duty door stops and holders, safety grab bars, and regulation door signs.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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Top Three Shopping TipsDoor Hardware

Outside of the door itself, door hardware is one of the most important purchases you can make for your doors. Whether you're looking to improve the way your door functions or you're just trying to make it look better, you have a lot of decisions to make when shopping for hardware.

As it turns out, the better informed you are, the easier those decisions are to make. Learn, for instance, how to tell the difference between the plates you need. You can also find out what you should know about your door before you buy any hardware and how hardware can improve the look of your home.

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Filling Your Plates

The world of home improvement, including door hardware, can come with a lot of unfamiliar language. For example, most of us know what a deadbolt or a door hinge is, but we might not all be familiar with a strike plate or a mortise plate. However, the terminology is very easy to learn. The strike plate, for instance, is simply the metal plate on the door frame that the latch fits into. If you have a regular lock and a deadbolt, then you'll have two strike plates: the deadbolt strike and the latch strike. A mortise plate is on the door itself. That term is usually used only when the door has a mortise lock, which is a lock that fits in a pocket inside the door.

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Armed with Information

Before you start shopping for door hardware, you need to know a few things about the door itself. Specifically, you need to know about the space and holes for the hardware. Most of these have standard sizing, but you should always check to make sure. First, check the holes. The bore hole, the hole where the door knob or handle fits, should be 2-1/8” in diameter. The cross bore, the hole on the edge of the door from which the latch protrudes, should be 1” in diameter. If your measurements are different, then contact us for assistance. You should then check the backset, the distance from the center of the bore hole to the edge of the door. Many hardware sets allow for adjustable backsets, but others may require you to know your exact measurements.

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Style at First Sight

Door hardware can vary wildly depending on what kind of door you have. For instance, an exterior door usually requires much stronger hardware and locks than an interior door. However, what both types of doors have in common when it comes to hardware is that there are a variety of styles from which to choose. Whether you're buying new hardware for an existing door or buying hardware to fit a new door, you have a lot of choices. Door hardware is an economical way to show off your style. You might not be able to afford the hand-carved door of your dreams, for instance, but you can invest in some eyecatching hardware. Door hardware comes in several colors and finishes, as well, so you'll be able to find something you love.

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Door Hardware – What Parts Do You Need to Know More About?

There are so many different types of doors out there and some of them have unique hardware and parts. However, there are some basic door hardware parts that you should know more about. Before you learn more about these different parts, there are a couple of other things that you should know. Each part that you will be getting will usually have different sizes and styles. You should always measure before getting certain parts to be sure you have the right hardware. While many pieces of hardware are separate, there are also pieces that come together in a set.

  • Bolt and the Strikeplate
  • Lockset Options
  • Hinges

These are some of the door hardware options that you may need to know more about. Once you do, you can get the hardware that you need. In addition, you might want to think about getting a door that already has the hardware attached. That will save you time and possibly more money in the long run too. The best way to prepare for this is to continue reading below and also to look at the actual doors in your home or office to see what’s already there. Learning about them having touched them will help you understand the pieces more clearly.

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Bolt and the Strikeplate

Some of the door hardware options that you may need to know more about are the bolt and the strike plate. These parts may sound complicated but they don’t need to be. The bolt is attached to your door, often built into the door handle. It will generally protrude through the edge from inside of the door and is used to keep the door in place as it slides into the hold inside the strikeplate. Turning the knob or depressing the handle lever on your door will disengage the bolt so that it opens for you.

Your strikeplate is the metal-type plate that is installed on your door jamb. It generally has multiple holes in it, two small ones above and below a much larger and slightly rectangular hole. Screws will go into the smaller holes and then into your doorjamb and hold the strikeplate into place. When installing this hardware, you need to make sure that everything lines up evenly, so the door opens and closes as it should. If you have further questions about what bolt or strikeplate you should be getting, be sure to talk to a door hardware specialist before making any purchases.

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The Lockset

You should probably know more about the lockset options that you have as well. This is one of the door hardware choices that you have more of a variety with. First, there are many types of locksets. There are also many styles in the locksets too. One type of lockset has a bolt that retracts from a grip on both sides and is locked via a key on the outer or inner side. This is a typical lockset found on exterior doors like your front or back door or side door into the garage. Your key will go in and turn so the knob is able to be twisted to allow entry.

Another type of lockset has a bolt that retracts by a handle on both sides, but the handles are free from one another and don’t necessarily lock the door but it does keep the door closed such as used on a closet. A privacy lockset has a bolt that retracts by grips on both sides and the lock can be turned by the thumb, key or a button. These are just some of the many locksets that you have available to you. For exterior doors, you may want to have a deadbolt too.

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Hinges

Another one of the door hardware parts are the hinges. Almost all hinges are fairly basic. There isn’t much to them. Generally, there are 3 parts, each of which is important. One half of the hinge attaches to your door, while the other half attaches to the door frame. There is a pin that god into place sliding in from the top and down through the two aligned hinge parts which allows the hinge to open or close fully onto itself. These are designed to hold your door onto the frame on the wall. You want to make sure the door holds steady and the hinges are screwed in tight, so they don’t come loose. You should know that not all doors will need the same hinges.

If you have sliding doors, these won’t need the hinges, since they generally run on a track. The number of hinges that you might need will depend on the door you have, the size of your doorway, and the weight of the door as well. You will always need to make sure the placement of the hinges is even from one another, so the door hangs right. There are some doors which come with the hinges already attached, so you won’t need to do it.

Questions And Answers

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What is a mortise door handle?

Mortise door handles are unique and were traditionally used on Victorian homes. Traditionally, the handle piece is seated into a rectangular pocket built into the door which is known as the mortise. This type door handle is one of the most secure because of the extra surface space embedded into the door.

What is the difference between a dummy and passage door handle?

Dummy door handles do not have a locking mechanism in them and are typically used as decorative features on double, closet, or pantry doors. They don’t usually turn but are needed for symmetry or to get into the opening. Passage door handles do turn but are not able to lock so can be used to keep the door closed in areas like hallways or bedrooms.

What are the typical parts of a door knob?

Door knobs can be simple on the outside and intricate on the inside. As you grasp the knob, you are either holding the handle if it’s round, or a lever if it is flat and extended toward the center of the door. When you engage it, the door knob turns and pulls the latch into the door. With a lever, the latch is pulled in when you push down or lift the lever.

What is a door latch?

The door latch is the portion of a door knob that protrudes from the edge of the door and recedes into the door when the knob is turned. The latch is the portion that will seat into the hardware attached to the door jamb, and keep the door securely closed.

What is a deadbolt?

A deadbolt is used to secure the door in addition to the door knob/lock that comes with the door. The deadbolt is generally installed 12-18” above the door knob itself. Many deadbolts come with a key on the outside and a thumb turn on the inside, however others have keys on both sides. Newer types of deadbolts are electronic and use a pass code to unlock.

Do door knobs come with keys?

Short answer: Yes. Most often there will be 2 keys with the door when it is bought. If you need more, the local hardware generally will be able to create a new key by cutting it. There are even DIY machines that will do this for you at these stores. If you don’t want a key to be reproduced, be certain to have a locksmith or engraver note it on the key.

What kinds of door hinges are there?

Doors that are installed so that they swing, rather than slide are connected to the frame with a hinge. If the door pulls into the house or room it is called an inswing door, and the reverse, if it pushes out it’s an outswing door. These are single-action hinges because they only go in one direction. Double-action hinges are used on doors that swing both directions and then back to the center like a saloon door.

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Baseboard Bumper type of doorstop

How To Install A Door Stop

No one wants damaged walls. If your doors don’t have a doorstop, they can easily scuff the surface, chip the paint, and even punch a hole in nearby walls.

Luckily, installing a doorstop is simple and well within the reach of most homeowners. Once it is in place, you’ll no longer have to worry about people opening the door with some force as it won’t be able to slam against the wall behind.

All you’ll need is a few basic tools and a little time to install a doorstop. Here’s how it’s done.

How To Install Door Casing

How To Install Door Casing

Installing a door casing is an easy beginners project. You can install just one casing that may be damaged or need upgrading, or you can install new casings all the way throughout your house for a new and uniform look. You will just need a few tools to get started and the process shouldn't take you long at all.

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How To Install Flashing Around A Door

It is important to flash the outer windows and the doors of your home. This protects your home from getting rain water inside. Flashing around a door keeps the area dry and keeps the building in the best shape possible. Without any flashing around the door, water can intrude the home which can lead to damage from the moisture. Mold can get into your home and the air quality indoors will be compromised without the flashing as well. The cost you will have if you don’t have flashing around the door could be quite substantial, especially if you have to start doing structural repairs to your home because of the water damage.

It is quite common for new construction areas to use flashing during the building process. However, many of the homes which are already built may not have this. It is important to remember two main things when doing flashing around a door. You want to use a water-resistant barrier such as house wrap. You should also use shingle-type membranes so the top portion hangs over the bottom part. This helps the water to drain away from your home or building.

Sometimes you can just install wrap and a drip cap. This type of flashing is done often for doors and windows. However, many building and manufacturer codes require more detailed flashing so the studs, sheathing and interior walls stay protected. Keep in mind that you must plan on how you are going to put flashing around the door before you just jump right into it. You need to use the right materials so that your home or building gets the best protection from any moisture.

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Door Latch

When it comes to home remodeling, investigating the type of door latches you have must be considered for a couple of reasons. They are crucial to maintaining your household security as well as all your valuables, but more than that, they keep families safe from harm. It’s best to change door latches whenever it’s time for home renovation. Door latches can get old over time and if they’re not properly maintained, they can fall prey to excessive wear. In addition, there are also dust and climate factors such as humidity and temperature to look out for because these can also affect the lifespan of a typical door latch. These conditions make it important to change your door latch because, while it’s better to be safe than sorry, in many cases a new one will bring an updated product using current styles and materials, however traditional styles are still readily available. Each type of latch requires different designs or materials, which is why you don’t have to worry about one not being adaptable to your door. Whether you currently have a Drive-In Latch, one with Round Corners, or one with Square Corners, getting a replacement latch is easy because all types are available to you. For this reason, home owners should be sure to know the kind of latch already installed on your door so that you can get replacements. read more

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Door Hinges

At some point in their lives, everyone has lived in a home that had doors that swung open with the help of hinges. There’s nothing quite like the traditional look of a door with hinges which you’ll find on both interior and exterior doors in homes and businesses. There’s also the fact that even though they may need more upkeep than other types of doors, hinged doors always win regarding being sturdy. While the wooden door itself needs more care to maintain it, the hinge may only need a little oil and tightening of the screws to keep it working well. It may come as a surprise to find out that there are in fact, many types of hinges that differ based on the type of door they are attached to. These small yet complex parts help in providing a flexible point which allows the door to swing in either one or two directions. Not only does it do this, but it also acts as a means of support that holds on to the weight of the door. While their size and location often allow them go unnoticed, they’re available in a wide range of styles and finishes for you to choose from. read more

Exterior Door Hinges

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Interior Door Hinges

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Features of Door Hinges

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Door Stopper

Door Stopper

New ideas for interior design are featuring items that are practical, but don’t lack style either. This mindset is what allowed the designs of daily objects such as door knob to be developed so that they show an improvement in performance and style. Now, our lifestyles at home have become more comfortable because of the convenience provided by these additions and we become surrounded by the right colors and designs that reflect our personality. But what about different objects around the house that are practical in every way, but have never been given the makeover they deserve? This may be due to their size or invisibility, but objects such as door stoppers play an important role in the house. Despite this, many homeowners settle for random objects like an umbrella stand to do the job instead. If you’re one of those people who use the umbrella stand, it’s time to make amends because a makeshift door stopper can say a lot about your personality, which may not be that great to hear. To others, you may come off as unorganized and mismanaged, which is the last thing you need. The invisibility of a door stopper causes it to be forgotten much of the time, but the convenience of not having to move the umbrella stand when cleaning may help you to choose this option. read more

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