Door Knob. Sunday , December 03rd , 2017 - 00:17:01 AM
You can even find designer door knobs these days, if you are all about fashion. Some are hand made of stone, glass and other materials. If you want to go classy, glass door knobs are very beautiful. They can look like gems shining from a treasure hold if they are put in the right room with the right lighting. One thing to note about glass door knobs is that, they are not recommended for the outside doors to your home, as they are more fragile than other knobs and may not react well to the changes in temperatures. They also will be getting a lot more wear and tear on an outside door and may not be strong enough to handle it.
Door knobs are actually the traditional form of door handle which is preferred by many users who are interested in adding highlights to their home. These come in many forms and styles. You can find chrome and brass door knobs among many others. Usually, knobs are of round, sphere or oval shape. Modern manufacturers are adding different designs as well. The most common styles of door knobs are privacy knobs, keyed entry knobs, passage knobs, commercial knobs, and dummy knobs.
Interior door knobs are available in four primary styles; privacy, passage, double dummy and single dummy. Privacy and passage knobs turn and operate a latch mechanism - the difference is privacy style knobs have a push pin lock (these are generally used on bathrooms or bedrooms). Single dummy and double dummy knobs do not turn or operate a latch mechanism - a single dummy knob is one knob on the exterior side of the door while a double dummy is a knob on either side of one door. Note: Most double dummy knobs cannot be used on two separate doors.
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