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Jenny was going on a business trip. It was her first real time away from home and she was very excited - she was still living with her parents. While she was packing she remembered a gift from her parents that at the time she received it looked like a joke. It was a Door Stop Alarm. "Now what would I do with this?" she thought. So like most other presents that we receive that we dont want she put it away in her closet. As she was packing her father asked her to take the Door Stop Alarm with her. But Dad Ill be staying in a hotel room with a strong door. Why would I need to take this thing with me?" "Just humor your old man OK" her father said. "You can never be too careful". But Jenny thought that it would be a waste of time and didnt put the alarm in her suitcase.
To protect your walls and your ears put an end to the incessant slamming and install door stoppers or bumpers! Continue reading to learn which door stoppers and bumpers are most recommended for a budget-conscious shopper. Baseboard Springs These are the ones that are shaped like a cone with heavy springs spiraling down to a solid rubber peg. They attach to the lower baseboard behind the door and are one of the most affordable options youll find at a home improvement or department store. Hinge Pins These resemble tiny anchors and are mostly admired for their affordability and reliable performance. They are best for lightweight doors since they will not necessarily stop a door from opening but rather prevent holes in walls.
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The fragile construction can lead to frequent replacements being needed because it becomes bent and damaged over time. What is a Hinge Pin Stop? This style is popular when there is either no base (or floor) board or a decorative trim is being used. Most styles screw directly into this trim and this does leave screw holes and is more visible. A hinge stop screws into the hinge rather than the floor board itself. These utilize a two leg construction to prevent the door from rotating the entire length traditionally allowed by the hinge. These are rubber tipped as well to prevent damage to the door and adjustable in length.