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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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Posted in Latest News How To Guides Product Information By Reece Rheinbach

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 will be looking at Tubular Latches. The sheer range of sizes, styles, and quality-levels available can often be intimidating and confusing for would-be renovators and project managers. This handy guide aims to clearly explain the differences between each tubular latch, and what scenario the latch should be used in.

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Posted in Latest News How To Guides Product Information By Reece Rheinbach

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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Posted in Latest News How To Guides Product Information By Reece Rheinbach

Instructions on How to Fit a Traditional Thumb Latch

Sometimes called a Suffolk Latch, this is a very traditional Latch Bar made in the original English Blacksmithing tradition. Usually fitted to a ledged and braced door, the Thumb Latch consists of a simple pull handle to one side with a Thumb Latch that fits through the door to lift a simple locking bar on the other side of the door.

Instructions to fit a traditional thumb latch DIY

Read on as More Handles gives you the simple fitting instructions to make sure the Thumblatch looks great on your door.

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Posted in How To Guides By Mike Hunt

How To Guide... Fitting A Tubular Latch

 how to fit a tubular latch

Part of the More Handles 'How To Guide...' Series.   This week we have helpful hints on how to fit a Tubular Latch to your door.

 

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Posted in How To Guides 2014 Posts By Mike Hunt

Tubular Mortice Latches - How To Choose The Right Latch For Your Door 

The Tubular Latch is a simple closing device commonly used on internal doors where no lock is needed.  The Tubular Mortice Latch is an evolution from a Mortice Lock, downsized so that it can be fitted with much less effort, and with minimal drilling and cutting to the door required.

Tubular Latch

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Posted in How To Guides 2014 Posts By Mike Hunt

What is a Rebate Kit - When do I need one?

A Rebate Kit is an ironmongery accessory that is used to allow a lock or latch mechanism to be fitted correctly on a pair of double opening rebated doors.

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Posted in How To Guides 2014 Posts By Mike Hunt
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