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These doorstops come in several finishes including Polished Brass Antique Brass Oil Rubbed Bronze Brushed Nickel Antique Nickel and Polished Chrome. Magnetic door stops are produced today - allowing you to easily introduce them into your home or business. When selecting new door stops for your home remember to follow a few simple steps. First the weight of a door matters when using a magnetic doorstop. If you have an especially heavy door make sure to double check that the magnet will be strong enough to hold it open. Second install wall bumper guards to prevent damage to interior walls from your door as well.
Replacing the other old and worn hardware in your home (such as doorknob sets and lighting) will help tie the look together for you. Magnetic door stops are readily available on-line as well as in many home decorating catalogs. Search for solid brass construction and be sure to ask questions. These door stops can be found on-line through LookInTheAttic & Company and they also offer free design assistance and help. Dont you just hate hearing a door bang shut when they are supposed to be left open? Or see a chip on your wall and door due to the frequent collision of the two every time someone opens the latter? Well if you are one of the many people who suffer from these household predicaments then you should consider putting this to an end by buying a door stop for every door at your home.
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What is a Rigid Stop? A rigid door stop is a common style that screws directly into the trim of the wall and has a rubber tip at the end (this will prevent damage to the door itself). This style of door knob is great for protecting the walls but will not hold the door open. Choosing a solid brass door stop (not plated) will ensure high quality and resistance to natural wear and tear over time. What is a Spring Stop? A spring style door stop is essentially the same as a rigid type but utilizes a spring construction rather than a solid piece. This style is somewhat more inexpensive than other types but carries many disadvantages.