Alita Door Handles September 04th, 2018 - 04:28:27
Depending on the website or the shop you are browsing through you may find the categories differ slightly but generally speaking with door handles you have a choice from Designer Door Levers on Round Rose Designer Door Levers on Square Rose Designer Handles on Backplate Classic Handles Stainless Steel Handles Handles for Doors with Espagnolette Multipoint Locking Systems Porcelain Door Levers on Rose Porcelain Handles on Backplate Black Antique Handles and Aluminium Handles. Within each of these categories you will an array of individual door handles to choose from.
Besides security it is important to consider the functionality of the door furniture handle. If the door is made of hardwood it should have a handle mechanism that makes it easy to open and close the door. Furthermore handles in common passage doors need to be durable to handle the continuous handling. You can then use the less durable but more beautiful handles for the inner doors that may not require a lot of opening and closing. A major concern with door knobs especially for public doors is the hygiene. People including medical practitioners have argued that handles do spread contagious diseases. By using materials like brass copper and silver you reduce the infection rate since these metals are poisonous to germs.
Aluminium Handles - ever heard the saying simple yet effective? This sums up these door handles in one sentence. They are plain simple cheap and so versatile that they are perfect for pretty much any kind of setting. Their design is straight lines and simple the aluminum metal makes them look clean and hygienic. Due to their superb value for money these are great for offices public buildings and schools; They are also usually DDA Compliant and also suitable for social housing.
Lever operated door handles are very popular in European homes as they are easier to use. This makes them suitable for elderly people as this design of these handles does not require a tight grip; unlike the door knob which may slip from the users hand. The door knob is more commonly used in the United States because of its practicality and dual functions: it functions as a door latching mechanism and a lock at the same time. However U.S. commercial and business establishments have woken up to the practicality of using the lever style of door handles. Aside from easy operation they are less likely to jam. Further the lever operated handles are more robust and can withstand constant use.