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Why do door handles stick? If your door handles are stiff to operate, the cause could be one of several problems. We will take you through how to diagnose and fix the problem, step by step...

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Have you removed your old door handles or door knobs, only to find a huge 54mm bore-hole through the door?

You have what is called a 'Weiser' latch and door knob set. 

It can be a very hard to find replacement sets for these old, invasive latch mechanisms. Do not worry. More Handles now carries a full range of replacement door knobs and lever handles to counter this problem. 

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ Technical Guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items! 

The Spindle is an integral, if often overlooked, item in architectural ironmongery. Used on every operating set of Door Handles or Door Knobs, the spindle lives inside a door, out of sight, so is only seen when adjusting or replacing the door furniture. 

Let's take a look at some of the most common types of door spindle you will encounter during your DIY project

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ Technical Guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we're looking at Keyhole Escutcheons. What is a Keyhole Escutcheon? Let's take a look, and help you choose the right type for your project. 

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles Technical Guides Series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we are asking: Solid Brass Vs. Zamak - Does Base Metal material make any difference when choosing door handles? Lets find out!

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we are looking at the architectural ironmongery term 'Follower' and where you would find one, and some important differences to be aware of. 

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Introducing the new Steelworx ‘Blade’ Range of innovative flush-fitting door handles on rose – By Eurospec.

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Since the company started, From the Anvil have always been Market leaders in creating innovative and beautiful new products and finishes. From the Anvil's ethos is reinventing our architectural heritage to meet modern living standards, and their new collection is no exception

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The More Handles Art-Deco Door Hardware Collection is a beautiful high quality range of door handles, door knobs, and door fittings where the designs are all in homage to the Art-Deco style that was popular in the 1920-1940 era. 

More Handles Art Deco Door Handle Collection

Art-Deco was seen as a modern style that represented luxury, glamour and sophistication.  The name was derived from the French ‘Arts Décoratifs’ in reference to an international design festival that was held in Paris in 1925. 

The More Handles Art-Deco Door Handle Collection uses the influence of the Art-Deco design movement to create a range of door handles with lots of chrome finishes, stepped profiles, angular shapes with chevrons and zigzag designs to exude the elegant style and cool sophistication that Art-Deco should represent.

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More Handles is pleased to announce the new Stonebridge Forge Collection is now available online and in store.

STONEBRIDGE HAND FORGED IRONMONGERY

Stonebridge Handforged Architectural Ironmongery Collection is the new range launched by the DJH Finesse group of companies.  Coming from the rich heritage of the steel making area of County Durham - North England, the historical connection is not lost on those looking for a distinctive range of hand forged steel hardware for their homes.

Launched as a stand alone brand Stonebridge uses a combination of the very latest technology, and the very oldest hand crafting techniques to create a new range of hand-forged steel door handles, window furniture and cabinet fittings.  

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