Hinges are vital components that enable doors to rotate along the edge when closing or opening. They are usually associated with doors, but you can find them in different applications like ornamental boxes, storage chests, and decorative containers.
A door hinge acts as a link between two solid objects: the door and the door frame. Our door hinges are made from a wide range of materials like chrome, zinc, brass, and stainless steel.
We offer different variations and styles of hinges.
Butt hinges are some of the common hinges you will find on passage, entry, and cabinet doors. They come with two leaf plates, one that is attached to the door jam and the other at the door edge.
The leaf plates are joined together and concealed between the frame and the door. Once the door is closed, the only visible part is the hinge’s barrel, complete with a pin that clasps the leaf plates together.
A flush hinge is a unique butt hinge where one of the leaf plates fits in a cutout at the other mountain plate.
In this case, you will need to cut a single mortise in the door frame or door. This technique is space-saving and often used on lightweight doors like those on decorative boxes or cabinets.
Customize Your Hinges to Meet Your Needs
There are numerous types of hinges on the market today, like gate, butterfly, spring, strap, and barrel hinges. Our team is not only informed, but they also monitor the industry to identify new trends.
We shall work together to actualize your preferences regardless of your favourite hinge type.
Considerations before choosing a door hinge
Where will the hinge be used? If you live in humid areas or plan to use it outdoors, make sure the hinge you choose is made from rust-resistant material.
All our door hinges are rust-resistant and made from robust materials to guarantee durability.
Consider the height, width, and knuckle length of your hinge to ensure it fits well in your intended location. We have a wide range of door hinges to choose from, and our team will help you choose one that fits your specifications.
Check the number of faster holes on your preferred hinge and where they are located. An ordinary butt hinge can have four fastener holes, which is ideal for many applications.
Some of our hinges come with many fastener holes, which you can use to create a robust and more secure junction. Browse the category below or contact us today, and we shall deliver the ideal door hinges for your needs.