Paige Migneault Door Knob May 20th, 2018 - 10:37:27
But the real money seems to be in the door knobs that were really from that time. Just as much as the other collectibles and antiques in old estates can get a pretty penny at auction the antique door knobs in those homes are also commanding top dollar at estate sales and auctions. Heres a little interesting antique door knob history: During World War II many people pulled the brass doorknobs from their homes to help the government in their collections of brass to make war goods. Having one of these brass goodies today can fetch a pretty penny at an auction.
The most common styles of door knobs are privacy knobs keyed entry knobs passage knobs commercial knobs and dummy knobs.Privacy knobs can be locked from the inside. These are used as interior door levers for rooms like bathrooms and bedrooms. For major entry areas like front doors and garage doors keyed entry knobs are perfect because of its key mechanism specially created for exterior door hardware. You will see less locking mechanisms on passage knobs as these are not made for security. In the case of dummy knobs only decorative purposes are considered.
Try to avoid abrasive cleaning materials as they may damage the porcelain. You can buy porcelain door knobs from any of the door hardware manufacturers. Most of the models come with a limited lifetime mechanical warranty. For convenience rosettes spindles and other mounting accessories are provided with the porcelain door knobs. A door knob is a significant part of our home and needs to be replaced if it gets damaged or ruined. We use our knobs a good number of times per day. That means they are used millions of times in a year.
Now you have everything all set to slide the door knob assembly into position place the part in first which receives the screws the spindle will have to go all the way through the latching assembly and simply fit the opening properly. When you are grasping it just gently spin the knob forwards and backwards this allows you realize that you already have it in properly. Now place the additional knob set up directly into place and screw it into place again; simply sung the screws and ensure the door knob moves freely.