Tectus Concealed Hinges are the excellent choice when seeking to achieve a linear or minimalistic design, as they are indeed invisible hinges!
We all know that there are regulations around the height, that door handles should be fitted, but surely there's more to consider? Indeed there is, we outline some key considerations you should[..]
Entrance pull handles are the first thing that your cusotmers will contact as they enter your building – choosing a prestige entrance door handle articulates the right message to your customer.
Have you ever wondered why you should use floor springs rather than standard door closers? Here’s some thoughts for your design consideration.
To meet the requirements of BS 8300, the bottom end of pull handle should be no lower than 700mm and no higher than 1000mm above the floor. The top end of pull handle should be no lower than[..]
The trend for tall cabinet and wardrobe doors seems to be here to stay. Its symbolic of the modern interiors that we all appreciate.
The 2840 concealed door closer with a cam and roller mechanism makes it perfect for compliance with Approved Document M and BS 8300 recommendations. It’s fully concealed when the door is closed.
A robust Lever Handle on a Sprung Square Rose, complete with bolt through fixings for a secure install.
To meet the requirements of BS 8300, lever handles should be positioned on the door at 800mm to 1050 from the floor, 900mm is the preferred height.
Can you remember when they only made door closers looking like this? Door closer technology and design has advanced a great deal in recent years. Here’s some interesting points:
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