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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.
The list of materials and finishes used for door hardware is long but the most popular choices include brushed nickel antique brass pewter and satin stainless steel. Finally you want to know your budget prior to starting the shopping journey. After all knowing the cap of what you can spend would steer you away from more expensive door levers. Just because you may be somewhat limited financially does not mean the level of options would decrease. Manufacturers of door hardware have hundreds and hundreds of different options to fit within any budget while creating a gorgeous door and home without spending a fortune.
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They will accept many different types of lock cylinders such as; high security and SFIC cylinders. The Lever lock has been upgraded many times over the years. They are available in electronic push button and biometric packages providing unlimited access control. The handle itself created many challenges for manufacturers such as the outside handle breaking due to excessive force. When the door is locked the outside handle will not move people were pushing down on the locked lever causing the lever or inside mechanism to break. This problem was solved by redesigning the mechanism so that when locked the outside handle will move down freely; however the latch will not activate to open.