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Before going out to buy just any door lever it would be important to consider any unique architectural features of the home. Additionally while the decor of the room would be an important consideration you also want to focus on choices that would enhance any new decor you might choose in the future as well as what potential homeowners would be most attracted to if you plan to sell the home within the next few years. Even the door itself would be a factor in the decision-making process in that you want the door lever to blend in with the style. Typically as you look around you will discover that door levers as well as other types of door hardware are broken down by category to include antique vintage country contemporary classic European etc.
Most commercial lever locks are designed to ANSI Grade 1 standards which is the highest. Features of the Lever Lock: Standard door lock for commercial applications Available in mechanical electronic push button and biometric versions Available in many different types of finishes Meet ANSI Grade 1 and 2 specifications Protection of the handle with OverDrive™ technology ADA compliant Lever Lock Functions Available: Entry Function Privacy Function Passage Function Storeroom Function Classroom and Intruder Classroom Function In residential applications these locks are mostly used for interior doors such as bedrooms bathrooms and closets.
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When you buy a mortice lock of any kind make sure that it conforms to BS3621 and that it has the Kite Mark. This British Standard is a mark of quality and is also recognised by insurance companies. Timber doors fitted with five lever BS3621 sashlocks are considered to be high security doors (compared to other residential lock/door combinations) and can reduce the cost of home insurance. Mortice deadlock - for timber doors. A deadlock is usually used on a front door in tandem with a nightlatch. It is a key-operated single bolt. Deadlocks are fitted at waist height which gives extra security and they can be locked from inside and out.