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Overview of Pull Handle Mounting Options

Overview of Pull Handle Mounting Options

Watch the Video below to see a detailed explanation of the different types of mounting options on wood doors.



Back to Back Mount Handles.

Back to Back Mount Handles.

This is used on doors where you want the same handle on both sides of the door. This system is often called Universal Mount and is suitable for most types of doors.
The diagrams below, demonstrate how this works. Images 1 & 2 show the final result. Image 3 shows a hole is drilled through the door, the mounting collar is placed over the hole and a bolt is inserted through the mounting collar and the hole. The bolt is then screwed into the first handle. The second handle is placed over the top of the mounting collar, the set screws are tightened with a hex key (supplied) to hold the handle securely in place as shown. These Handles are Back to Back Mount;

Apollo Offset,
Apollo,
Madison Stainless Steel,
Rosewood Madison,
Lydia Stainless Steel,
Rosewood Lydia,
Lydia Marble,
Majestic,
Olympic Torch,
Rosewood Fairmont,
Fairmont Stainless Steel,
Large Canyon,
Large Dragon,
Small Dragon,
Mercury,
Aqua,
Hour Glass,
Curve,
Tapered Apollo,
Arch.
Front / Concealed Mount Handles

Front / Concealed Mount Handles

This is used on doors where you want the handle on the front of the door only. This means you can have the handle attached on one side of the door without having anything protruding on the other side. This also allows you to use different handles for each side of the door. This system is applicable for Wood Doors only. The diagrams below, demonstrate how this works. Images 4 & 5 show the final result. Image 6 shows the collar is placed on the door with a screw inserted through the collar. The screw is then driven into the door. The handle is placed over the top of the collar, the grub screws are tightened with a hex key (supplied) to hold the handle securely in place as shown.
These Handles are Front/Concealed Mount:

Sylvan,
California,
Texas,
Avalanche,
Niagara.

The following handles can also be set up for Back to Back Mount;

Sylvan,
California,
Avalanche,
Niagara.

These Handles are also Front Mount, however, they attach slightly differently with bolts screwed through the base of the handle:

Twisted Iron,
Vine,
Triffid,
Rustic Iron.
Most of the Back to Back Mount handles can be modified to be suitable for Front / Concealed Mount.
Rear Mount / Back Mount for Refrigerator Handles

Rear Mount / Back Mount for Refrigerator Handles

This is used on doors where you want the handle on the front of the door only. This is ideal for mounting the handle onto the timber panels of Refrigerator doors. Which means you can have the handle attached on one side of the door with only a cover plate protruding on the other side. This system is also suitable for Timber, Glass and Aluminum doors. It is the strongest mounting option. The diagrams below, demonstrate how this works. Images 7 & 8 show the final result. Image 9 shows a hole is drilled through the door, a bolt is inserted through the hole. The bolt is screwed into the handle to hold the it securely in place as shown. Most of the Back to Back Mount Handles can be converted to Back mount configuration;
Left and Right Hand Handles

Left and Right Hand Handles

The following Handles come in left and right versions;

Avalanche,
Vine,
Niagara,
Aqua,
Copper Aqua.

The others can be used as either left or right. When you order a set of two we always send one of each. If you order a single handle, you will need to tell us which one you want. To make it easier for you to decide if you want a left or right handle the images below show what to look for. The usual way to decide is to look at the door from the outside. Look for the hinges on the door, whichever side the hinges are on, tells you what handles you need. If the hinges are on the Left as you look from the outside of the front door then you will need a Left hand handle on the front of the door. (As shown in image 1) Also, if the hinges are on the Right as you look from the outside of the front door then you will need a Right hand handle on the front of the door. (As shown in image 3).

If you didn't find what you are looking for or you want something a little different then check out these links for more of our Sensational Front Door Handles:

Stainless Steel Handles

Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel handles

Long Door Handles

Black Door Handles

Copper Door Handles

Wrought Iron Handles

Dragon Door Handles

Wood and Granite Handles