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Interior Door Keypad in a Beautiful Silver Color
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What are the different types of door knobs?

There are many doorknobs available. There are keyed door locks, including doorknobs and door levers. There are also electronic door locks. Each of the locks offers something slightly different, while they all allow secured entry to your home. Your lock choice will be based on cost and personal preference.

How do I remove an exterior door knob?

Removal of an exterior door knobs is fairly easy. You will need a screwdriver. There are screws that hold the lock in place. You can find these on the plate for the latch as well as on the interior of the knob. Unscrew the screws and remove the knob.

How do you replace a door knob?

To replace a doorknob you will need to unscrew the current screws holding the knob in place, as well as the screws for the plate where the latch is on the door. Once these have been removed the old lock will come out and the new lock can be placed.

How do I remove a stuck door knob?

To remove a stuck knob you will need to remove the screws from the doorknob. Once the screws have been removed the knob should separate. Now, you can use your screwdriver to press the latch in and open the door. Then the doorknob can be replaced with one that functions.

How do you measure a door knob?

You should first measure the hole for the doorknob at the center to the doorway edged, this will help you find the door set size. Often the door set size be will either 2 and 3/4 inches or 2 and 3/8 inches, almost all fit within this range.

How do you remove a door knob without screws?

Open your door and see if you can see a thin slot on the locking side of the knob. If there is a setscrew that is recessed, turn this in a counterclockwise until it moves out. For a slot, push you flathead in the slot and pull out the knob.

How do you tighten a door knob?

First, you will need to identify which part of the knob is causing it to be loose. Once you have identified this area of the knob you will need to use your hex set or screwdriver in order to tighten it up. This is a fairly quick and easy process.

How do you change the code on a Schlage door lock?

To add a new code press the button "Schlage" along with the number button one at the same time. Wait until you hear a beep and see three flashes. The green light flashing will let you know that it is ready for a new code to be programmed.

How do I change the code on my door lock?

The method for changing the code on your lock will vary based on the brand of lock. You should be able to look at the manufacturer's information on the lock that was included when you purchased it. If not check with the manufacturer on what you need to do.

How do you install a door knob on a new door?

If a hole needs to be cut, you do that first. Otherwise, you install latch, faceplate, strikeplate, lever, spindle, inside housing and then the knob. After installing these in this order, you will put the screw in.

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How To Remove A Double Handleset Door Lock

Now that you have your mind set on improving your home, one of the projects that should come into your mind is removing and replacing a double handleset door lock. These locks help to protect your home by two locks so you want to make sure it is in working order. If it is weak, old or loose it won’t keep your home very safe. The front door where this lock may be set is also one of the first things someone may see when they come to your house.

If you want others to think more of your home, you may want a more stylish double handleset door lock. There are so many of these sets that you can get so it may take a bit to decide on which one you will get. Once you do, you can remove your old one and replace it with the new.

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How To Fix An Old Doorbell

Fixing a doorbell, in most cases, is a relatively quick, simple and inexpensive job that you can complete on your own. If your doorbell does not ring, there could be four possible problems with it. It could be the chime, the transformer, the button, or the wiring connecting them all. You can track the culprit easily and make the fix.

You do not have to worry about working with electricity as a majority of the doorbell circuitry is usually low-voltage and will not give you any shocks in case you make contact with the wires. A transformer considerably reduces the typical 120-volts carried by many electrical circuits to just ten to sixteen volts needed to operate a doorbell.

We have a useful how-to article to walk you through the process of repairing an old door.

How To Install A Mortise Door Lock

How To Install A Mortise Door Lock

Mortise locks need a pocket to be created on the door's edge. The pocket is placed in the center within the edge and they range in size from about ¾ inch to about 1 inch in thickness. The pocket height is based on the lock's application as well as the manufacturer.

Mortising the pocket into the wooden door edge is not only time consuming but it is also a bit difficult. This is due to the fact that you have to be very precise when making the pocket. If you were to install a mortise lock in an interior door it would only leave you with about ¼ of wood for each pocket side. That is not much room at all for error.

If you are ready to take on this DIY project then purchase the lock and the new door, grab the tools below and follow the step by step instructions. Be sure to follow the steps carefully because again, there is not a lot of room for error, and you don't want to end up having to purchase another door.

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Door Levers

While door levers may well be small, they are without a doubt an important feature for your home. However, they can often be overlooked as a choice of design when owners build their homes from scratch. This is likely because this feature is so obvious or because it is not known that there are options. Regardless, there are many styles that you can choose from, both from an aesthetic standpoint as well as functionality. Door levers are available at hardware stores, department stores, and the big box retailers. You can also find levers from online retailers, and even online auction sites such as eBay. Many people find that online shopping is convenient, more so true for those who have a time restraint. There are many options that you can review and start to whittle it down to the short list of best options. This guide will help you to learn more about levers so that you are able to make an informed decision when it comes time to make your purchase. read more

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Mortise Lock

Mortise locks are a kind of locking mechanism that is installed or fitted in the door itself. For a door to be able to hold a mortise lock, it should have a minimum width of 1-¾ inches. Most mortis locks have a lock body. The body is placed in the mortise cutout of a door. Other components include a lock trim like door knobs, pulls or lever, and a strike plate. Although there is no denying that mortise locks can reduce the structural integrity of a wood door, a majority of security experts still believe that a mortise lock is much stronger, durable and versatile compared to its cylindrical counterpart. As a mortise lock is installed inside your door itself, even the most skilled intruders would have a very tough time forcing your door open. This lock system is neatly cut into the edge of your door and you can only see the faceplate when your door is ajar. Mortise locks are also made of a variety of levers and notches that makes them extremely difficult to pick. Therefore, it is important to choose a good mortise lock with at least five to six lock levers to ensure your door is virtually impossible to pick or open without the key. And in case you are still not convinced about the efficacy of having a mortise lock installed in your house, we will discuss some more advantages of these locks. read more

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Wrought Iron Door Handles

Door handles are usually dual-purpose items. Not only do they give you a convenient way to operate a door, but they also serve as design elements. Wrought iron door handles tend to have a dramatic look thanks to their deep coloring. However, they can be suitable in for nearly any interior or exterior, depending on how they are used as part of a larger look. . The style dictates the look and operation of a wrought iron door handle, so it’s important to find options that work aesthetically as well as functionally. Usually, levers are only used in conjunction with a latch, while pulls are solely for doors without latches. Knobs may or may not connect to a latch, depending on the design of the handle. read more

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