Yes we’re at it again!
DIY SOS: the big build – Telford
The team of ‘Purple Shirts’ are coming to Telford in Shropshire from February 28th – 9th March 2017 to help a local family rebuild their home and their lives.Read More
More Handles Technical guides: “My grub screws keep falling out.” Today we look at how to resolve this problem
“My grub screws keep falling out...” Today we look at how to resolve this problem, as well as asking what type of grub screw is best, and why it is that we use headless grub screws rather than normal screws or bolts...
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...
October is the official National Home Security Month and is a good time of year to issue some reminders about your home security and prepare for the long dark winter months.Read More
Customer Showcase by Chris Shelly
Our next Customer Showcase comes from Chris Shelly.
Chris has gone for a more period choice of door furniture to complement his superb period doors.
Today's Customer Showcase
Brought to you by Charlie Careford displaying his updated internal door.Read More
Customer Showcase - New Front Door Furniture
Today's customer showcase is offered by Baz Mills, he has sent in his photo's of his fabulous looking new front door!Read More
Large bore-holes in your door? New replacement door handles and door knobs for old Weiser door knob sets!
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.
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