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Variety of Solid Wood Interior Thresholds

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Variety of Solid Wood Interior Thresholds

Solid Wood Interior Thresholds Hartford Building Products, LLC  manufactures a variety of  Solid Wood Interior Thresholds. These are unfinished, and can be stained or painted by the customer.   There are all manufactured with no knots or cracks, out of clear lumber. Listed below are the different Woods, Widths, Lengths ADA 1/ 2”  –Solid Wood Interior Threshold-  HBP Hartford Building Products Woods Widths           Lengths Ash 6 1/2″ 24″, 36″, 48″, 60″, 72″, 96″ Cherry, Hickory, Red Oak, Walnut, White Oak 3 1/2″, 4 1/2″, 6 1/2″ 24″, 36″, 48″, 60″, 72″, 96″   Style A-  –– 3/ 4” Solid Wood...

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Double Pocket Doors- Save Space & add that special Beauty to your Home

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Double Pocket Doors- Save Space & add that special Beauty to your Home

The advantages of adding Double Pocket Doors to your home. They allow you to have a large opening for that Open Concept, and at the same time allowing you to close a room off for privately. You can save space and square footage, since Pocket Doors don't swing into a room. In  tight quarters or small rooms, where space might be at a premium, pocket doors can solve that problem.  Pocket Doors The Doors you use for Pocket Doors are Slab Doors Slab Doors do not have Bore Holes, they have no hinges or hardware. Type of Pocket Doors For...

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Where to Install a Knob on your Bifold Doors

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Where to Install a Knob on your Bifold Doors

Where to install a Cabinet knob or Wardrobe Knob on a Bi-fold Door The best way is to install the knob or pull near to the hinge- edge of the lst door      ( leading door ). This takes less effort, since Bi-fold doors are folding doors, and this placement helps the roller roll easier, since the roller is being pulled along the track. Bifold Doors  are Doors that are hinged in the middle and fold in one direction.  They can also be in pairs with one pair folding to the left and one to the right. Bifold Door...

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Flush Bolts

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Flush Bolts

Flush Bolts are mounted in a door to lock a door in place.  These Flush bolts slide up into the jamb above the door, and down into the threshold or floor below door.  These are used primarily on double doors, where one door is locked in place and the other door is the one mainly used.  When needed, the door locked in place can be opened.  Flush bolts can also be called slide bolts, which are mounted to the face of the door.  Flush bolts are mounted flush with the edge of the door.

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Ball Catch

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Ball Catch

A Ball Catch  is inserted into hole drilled into top of door.  Used where door is opened by pulling or pushing it only.  In double doors, they are used with dummy pairs of levers or knobs.  They also can be used in the top of a small closet where pull may be used.  The ball is pushed by spring tension into notched brass plate in jamb above door. A Ball Catch  is mounted on the top of the door recessed in a hole drilled on the top surface. A strike plate is mounted on the door jamb where the spring...

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