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Storefront Handle Hardware


Storefront Handle Hardware

Welcome to Door Closers USA, your go-to source for high-quality replacement hardware for commercial storefront door handles. Whether you need screws, bolts, or specialized mounting kits, we offer a comprehensive selection to ensure your storefront handles are securely and professionally installed.

Wide Variety of Storefront Handle Hardware

Maintaining the functionality and appearance of your storefront doors is crucial for any commercial building. Over time, the hardware on your door handles can wear out or become damaged, affecting the operation and security of your entrance. At Door Closers USA, we provide a wide range of replacement hardware to keep your doors in top condition.

Back-to-Back Hardware

Back-to-back hardware is essential for dual handle setups, ensuring that handles on both sides of the door are perfectly aligned and securely fastened. This type of hardware is ideal for high-traffic commercial areas where durability and stability are paramount. Our back-to-back hardware kits include all necessary components, such as bolts, washers, and screws, to facilitate a straightforward installation.

Thru-Bolt Mounting

Thru-bolt mounting is one of the most secure methods for attaching handles to storefront doors. This mounting technique involves bolts that pass through the door, providing a robust and secure fit. Thru-bolt mounting is especially recommended for heavy-duty commercial applications where security and longevity are critical. Our thru-bolt mounting kits come with high-quality bolts, nuts, and washers, ensuring a reliable and long-lasting installation.

Why Choose Our Storefront Handle Hardware?

  • Durability: All our hardware components are made from high-quality materials designed to withstand the demands of commercial use.
  • Compatibility: We offer a variety of sizes and types to match different door handle designs and configurations, ensuring you find the perfect fit for your needs.
  • Ease of Installation: Our hardware kits include all necessary parts and are designed for easy installation, saving you time and hassle.
  • Versatility: Whether you need replacement screws, bolts, or complete mounting kits, we have the hardware you need to keep your storefront doors operating smoothly.

Benefits of Upgrading Your Storefront Handle Hardware

  1. Enhanced Security: Secure mounting hardware ensures that your handles remain firmly attached, providing better security for your commercial space.
  2. Improved Functionality: Properly installed hardware prevents handle wobbling or loosening, enhancing the overall functionality and user experience.
  3. Extended Lifespan: High-quality replacement hardware can extend the lifespan of your door handles, reducing the need for frequent replacements.
  4. Aesthetic Appeal: Well-maintained door handles with fresh hardware can significantly improve the appearance of your storefront, making a positive impression on customers and clients.

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Keep your commercial storefront doors in optimal condition with high-quality replacement hardware from Door Closers USA. Browse our selection today and ensure your doors are secure, functional, and visually appealing.

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Types Of Storefront Door Handles

Storefront door handles are arguably the most important part of a commercial entrance. Without a handle pedestrians are unable to use the door to enter or exit a retail store. So when a storefront door handle is broken, it must be replaced or repaired immediately. There are a variety of storefront door handle designs used by commercial storefront door manufacturers today.

Exterior Side Handles

An exterior side storefront door handle, is a type of storefront door handle that is designed to attach to the outside of the storefront door. This is the handle that incoming pedestrians will use to enter your store or commercial building.

Offset Pull Handle

The most common handle type used on the exterior side of a storefront glass door is an offset pull handle. The term "offset" is used in the name because the portion of the handle that is gripped by your hand is offset from the door's lock stile. An offset pull handle mounts to a storefront door's lock stile at two points, the top handle portion attachment point and the bottom handle portion attachment point. The top and bottom portions of the handle project from the storefront door and bend at a 90 degree horizontal offset towards the center of the door. Offset handles are commonly used because they are easy to identify by sight for incoming pedestrians wanting to use the entrance door.

Straight Pull Handle

Straight pull handles are a type of storefront door handle that does not have an offset. The top and bottom points of the handle mount directly to the storefront door's lock stile just like the offset pull handle. However, the top and bottom portion of the handle project from the storefront door and bend 90 degrees to connect to one another with no horizontal offset. Straight pull handles are not as popular as offset pull handles, but are still used today.

Interior Side Handles

An interior side storefront door handle, is a type of storefront door handle that is designed to attach to the inside of the storefront door. This is the handle that exiting pedestrians will use to leave your store or commercial building.

Double Bend Push Bar

A double bend push bar is a type of storefront exit handle that spans the entire width of the storefront door. One end of the push bar mounts to the lock stile of the door and the other end mounts to the hinge stile of the door. The ends of the push bar project out away from the storefront door. Both push bar ends bend 90 degrees and meet together creating a full length push bar spanning the entire door width. With both ends bending, the term "double bend push bar" was coined. Double bend push bars are the most popular interior side handle used on storefront doors.

Single Bend Push Bar

A single bend push bar is identical to the double bend push bar, but only the lock stile push bar end projects away from the door and bends at 90 degrees. The other end of the push bar mounts to the hinge stile and does not project away from the door. The lock stile push bar end connects to the hinge stile end of the push bar, creating a sloped full length push bar. Since this push bar type only has one bend in it, the name "single bend push bar" was coined. Single bend push bars are used on many commercial storefront doors today.

ADA Compliance & Location Of Storefront Handles

According to ADA guidelines section 404.2.7, operable parts including door handles must be mounted between 34 inches and 48 inches. Exterior storefront door pull handles are commonly sized by leading storefront door manufacturers with 9, 10, or 12" center to center mounting patterns. The lower attachment point of the storefront door handle should not be mounted lower than 34 inches. Per ADA guidelines section 404.2.3, an ADA door shall have atleast a 32" clear door opening. This means ADA storefront doors are atleast 36" wide. Therefore industry standard push bars are designed for 36" and 48" push bars. If your storefront door requires a custom push bar less than 36", then this would indicate that your entrance door is not ADA compliant.


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