Door And Window Hardware Information

Window and Door Lock

The door lock is the most important part of your home security system. You can have all the other components, but without a door lock, you'll never be able to keep intruders out of your home. Here are some of the best types of door locks that can keep your family safe

Deadbolt: This is the most common type of lock for residential homes because it's so effective at keeping burglars out. A deadbolt has a metal rod that slides into a hole in the door frame when you turn it, preventing it from being opened unless someone has a key. Deadbolts should be installed at least at every exterior entry point to your home, but they're especially important on doors leading outside or into an attached garage

Bolt: A bolt is similar to a deadbolt but doesn't require electricity or batteries to function properly 〞 just a little elbow grease on your part! Bolt locks are typically used for interior doors that don't need as much protection as exterior doors would require from criminals who could get inside via windows or other entrances if they're not locked properly

Window and Door Hinge

The three main types of hinges are

Butt Hinges – These are the most common type of hinge, and they are often used on cabinet doors. Butt hinges have one vertical post that is attached to two swinging arms. The swinging arms allow the door to swing from side to side, and when closed, they meet in the middle of the door

Continuous Hinges – Continuous hinges are similar to butt hinges, but instead of meeting in the middle of the door, continuous hinges run along both sides of a door. Continuous hinges may be appropriate for doors that open into a room where you would like to make sure that there is a smooth transition between the door and wall surface when opening or closing it

Swinging Door Handles – There are many different types of handles available for use on doors. They can be installed onto either side or both sides of a door frame and come in many different styles including lever handles or knob handles with various shapes such as square or round designs or even more complicated designs that resemble animal heads like lions or bears

Window Latche

Window latches are used to lock and unlock the window, and prevent it from being opened. There are many different types of latches that can be used on windows, but they all serve the same purpose

There are several types of window latches

Push-button latch: This type of latch is commonly used on double hung windows. It uses a button on the inside of the window casing to lock or unlock both sashes at once. These are generally used on older homes with single pane glass where there is not much protection from burglary

Continuous spring latch: A continuous spring latch has a long metal rod that allows you to lift up a sash without having to hold it up while you open another sash or when you close it. This type of latch can also be installed on single hung windows as well as double hungs if your window frame has enough room for its operation

Roller catch: A roller catch is similar in nature to a continuous spring latch but instead uses rollers instead of springs for easier operation and less chance of breaking due to force applied against it when opening or closing your window sashes.

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Doorwin is the manufacturer of full custom fenestration systems, and we're here for you. We provide you with the freedom to design your windows, doors, and more with no additional charge for special shapes, hardware styles, and color choices. Your vision is our inspiration; our job is to make it a reality.
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We take care of the entire process for you, from beginning to end. We have our own expertise and will provide free-charge design development & contract documentation with CAD and BIM drawings. In addition to elevation details and installation design, we will double-check that the products match the drawings and project specifications through video or pictures. We'll help you specify the delivery schedule and logistics service whilst keeping costs to a minimum.

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We're proud to be one of the top exporters of windows and doors to the United States. We pack each window individually and in four layers, and finally into wooden boxes with non-fumigation, and at the same time, there will be a lot of shockproof measures in the container to protect your items. We ensure that your products will arrive at the sites in good condition after long-distance transportation.
Doorwin has been exporting tens of millions of dollars of windows and doors to the U.S. every year, and we know that improper packaging can cause breakage of the product when it arrives on site. What the client concerns, we concern most.

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We are tested by the following standards:
-NFRC (North American Fenestration Rating Council)
-AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association)
-WNMA (Wood National Monument Association)
-CSA101 (Canadian Standards Association)
-I.S.2 (International Standard ISO/IEC 17025)
-A440-11 (Standard for Fire Testing of Door Assemblies for Charging Rooms)