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Internal Door Handles

Dummy

Non turning and non locking, primarily used for closets

Passage

Non-locking, primarily used for lounge rooms and laundries

Privacy

Locks, primarily used for bathrooms and bedrooms

Cabinet

Fixed handles, primarily used for drawers and cupboards

How to choose your interior handles

Consider the functionality (privacy, passage, dummy, cabinet)

Select your style (lever or knobs)

Consider colour and finishings

External Door Handles

Entrance Set

Keyed with single cylinders

Pull Handle

Designer front door handles

Digital

Smart security for your front door

How to choose your exterior handles

Consider the functionality (pull handles, smart locks, entrance set, sliding doors)

Consider your security requirement (deadbolt, digital locks, mortise locks)

Consider colour and finishings

Door Handle Buying Guide

Download our Door Handle Buying Guide for all information required to make an informed choice when purchasing your door handles.

Door Handles

Find a wide range of door handles, cabinet handles, and door hardware online. Shop from a wide range of shapes, styles, and designs. Choose your function from either passage, privacy, or dummy for your interior doors or exterior doors. Choose from leading brands in the industry including Lockwood, Lane, and Delf.

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Passage Door Handles

Passage door handles are the handle that allows you to pass from one room to another with no locks. A passage door handle is most commonly used for bedrooms, walk-in pantries, and walk-in linen closets, and walk-in wardrobes. 

Privacy Door Handles

Privacy door handles provide you with privacy in a specific room. Most commonly used for bedrooms and bathrooms. It is important to note that a privacy door handle only provides privacy, but not security.

Dummy Door Handles

Dummy door handles act as a simple push and pull handle. Most commonly used for linen closets and wardrobes. A dummy door handle does not move up or down, and does not lock.

Deadbolts

Deadbolts are a locking mechanism that provides one of the highest levels of security for the home. Deadbolts come in a single and double cylinder mechanism. A single cylinder has the key-lock function on the outside of the only, and the inside will be a turn-lock. A double cylinder has the key-lock function on both sides for ultimate security. 

Smart Security Door Locks

Smart locks are an option for a keyless entry. Most smart locks can connect to your home's Wi-Fi and bluetooth and are easy to lock and unlock by using a touchscreen pin code, or the lock's mobile app. A smart security can be locked or unlocked from anywhere you are, even anywhere in the world when connected to the Wi-Fi.

How to fit door handles?

Fixing instructions are included in the contents of your new handles box. It is recommended you have a standard screwdriver ready to fix your new handles to your cupboard doors.

What is chrome door handles?

Chrome door handles are a popular choice for modern houses. They can be made from various metals and usually come in satin or polished finishes. Satin finishes are matte and don’t leave finger marks, whereas polished finishes are made with chrome plating on either brass or steel.

What door handles for french doors?

French door handles can have many purposes and will depend on your use. In some cases, a set of french doors will feature one functional and lockable handle, while the other may be a dummy handle used purely for aesthetic reasons. Additionally, you must consider whether both sides of your doors will be front facing and require a handle. In some instances, such as a french door cupboard, you would not need another set of handles for the inwards facing panel.

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