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Hardware Terminology

Hardware is a broad term, and in most cases, it refers to metal parts of doors, windows, and other building components. Wholesale hardware shops sell hinges, locks, and other necessities. The following are some common terms you may come across while shopping at a wholesale hardware store.

  • Wall Plate - A cover for an electrical wall outlet. This hardware can be fastened over basic electrical outlets and even phone or cable connection points.
  • Dummy – A dummy is a knob that does not latch. A dummy can be placed on virtually any surface, but they are commonly found on kitchen cabinets and French doors.
  • Escutcheon – Escutcheons are plates and trims located around or behind other hardware. They are typically found around knobs, handles, and keyholes. Escutcheons can be decorative, though they are typically in place to protect the surface around hardware from damage.
  • Finials – Finials are tips that are placed on a variety of hardware. They decorate hardware and can be found on anything from hinges to bedposts. When properly designed, finials can add an antique flare to an item.
  • Offset Hinge – Offset hinges are needed on most kitchen cabinets. This special hardware accounts for the space between a cabinet’s frame and door. Without an offset hinge, a cabinet door would not close properly.
  • Strike Plate – A strike plate is placed on a door frame. This is where the latch of the knob or handle rests when the door is closed. A strike plate can also offer protection to the door frame in case the knob is not turned when the door is closed.
  • Spindle – A spindle is a tubular length of metal that attaches knobs to a door. It runs between the two knobs and can allow simultaneous or independent movement of the knobs, depending on its type.
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    (727) 573-4821
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    Your home says a lot about your sense of style. In addition, when it comes time to sell your home higher sales prices come to homes with newer fixtures, cabinetry and appliances. What is your bathroom or kitchen telling you? Have you been neglecting the area and are ready to remodel? Wholesale building, plumbing and electrical supplies save you money, while you create the room of your dreams. Improvements that can be made to any room in your home may seem expensive, but you can save money. Wholesale building supply companies sell thousands of knobs, drawer pulls and fasteners. You'll find them in dozens of finishes, including antique, brass, metal, stainless steel and wood. These options allow you to decorate as you please. Find discontinued models in discount bins. If you purchase the same accessory in the required amount, most stores offer bulk discounts. Refurbished antique furniture helps you save money. You'll find replacement parts in most hardware stores. You can also refinish your cabinets if they're in good condition. It gives the appearance of new cabinetry without spending a lot of money. These shops often sell refinishing kits in a variety of colors. Windows improve lighting and ventilation. If your bathroom lacks a window, even a small window can help release steam which will prevent mold and mildew. There are windows that have shelving for your potted herbs. New patio doors contain enclosed blinds that shade a room from the hot, summer sun. There are doors that are energy efficient and can help reduce heating and cooling costs. If you have a basic tool set, it's unlikely you'll need anything new when improving your home. Most kitchen or bathroom updating can be done with hammers, screwdrivers, wrenches and a drill. You'll find everything you need at your nearby hardware, plumbing and electrical shop.
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