Help Choosing Door and Window Hardware.Written by Ali Arnold
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Door thickness can cause problems these days, as doors are being made much thinner; this has to be taken into consideration when choosing all kinds of door hardware. If door hardware has been chosen to suit an older thicker door, it may mean having to shorten solid pieces of metal by cutting, not something you would necessarily be able to do yourself at home. Advice is often needed, as good quality hardware can be expensive. You need to get right thing, before cutting holes in your precious doors and windows.
Architectural Ironmongery Ltd is run by trained joiners with over getting on for 90 years of joinery knowledge and experience between three of them. The company specialises in giving educated knowledge about products as well as selling our products. They donít want returns because customers have ordered wrong thing for job, when all that was need was a few minutes talking to an expert. They are happy to discuss restoration projects with their customers, giving advice when necessary. The retail and mail order business is based in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, England, but ships worldwide and has a huge amount and variety of hardware in stock. If you email they are more than happy to ring you, saving your phone charges, especially if you are out of UK.
Ali Arnold is a tutor and company secretary for Architectural Ironmongery Ltd, who are specialists in door and window hardware for period properties, this very knowledgable company is always happy to give advise when required. http://www.arciron.com
The Difference Between Malleable and Cast Iron Door Hardware.Written by Ali Arnold
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After shot blasting and grinding to remove any rough edges castings are then assembled into finished or semi-finished products. Following assembly a rust proofing finish may be applied and a two-coat paint process is carried out, before being passed for final inspection.
Kirpatrick malleable iron products you can be confident that you are getting a product which is both functional and highly decorative and one that, well maintained, will give many years of service and pleasure. Have a look at wide range available at http://www.arciron.com
Ali Arnold is a tutor and company secretary for Architectural Ironmongery Ltd, who are specialists in door and window hardware for period properties, this very knowledgable company is always happy to give advise when required.