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Door Hinges

How to Estimate Door Weights Figures below represent average pounds per square foot.

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  WHICH HINGE TO USE: Left Hand Door, use “Left Hand” hinges. Right Hand Door, use “Right Hand” hinges. Right Hand Reverse Door, use “Left Hand” hinges. Left Hand Reverse Door, use “Right Hand” hinges. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS The hand of a door is determined from the outside of the door. The outside of a room [...]

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Everything you need to know about offset and center hung pivot sets.

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What is a Pair of Hinges We sell hinges in two ways; by the “PAIR” or by the “EACH” depending usually on how they are packaged by the manufacturer. The selling “UNIT” is indicated on the same line as the “PRICE” and the “SKU” number. A “PAIR” means two hinges. “EACH” means one hinge.

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How to Estimate Door Weights Figures below represent average pounds per square foot.

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All about Door Hinges for Residential Doors The information on door hinges below applies to hinges for residential homes and not for commercial applications. Architectural Door Hinges The hinges on our website that we call “Architectural Hinges” are the ones most people want to use when upgrading the hardware in their home or when installing [...]

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