luxury doors and specialized doors for commercial spaces Emerald Doors
Cromwell House, 421 Elland Road
Brighouse, West Yorkshire
HD6 2RG United Kingdom
01422 387331
We will be closing our doors on Thursday 18th for the Easter Break. We will re-open from 8am Tuesday 23rd April, During this period orders will not be processed until the 23rd April.

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Hinges come in all shapes and sizes to suit a variety of different applications. Butt hinges are probably the most common type of hinge found around the house, They are used on wooden internal and external doors, also on casement windows, various cupboards and other pieces of furniture. When selecting your hinges please consider the weight and size of the door you are hanging.

Doors used in public buildings are generally larger and heavier than those used around the home and require stronger hinges to facilitate the extra weight. Internal doors around the home are not as heavy and in this situation using a pair of hinges will normally be sufficient, but for particularly heavy (over 20kg) or frequently used doors, fitting three hinges is recommended. Fitting a third hinge in the centre of the door helps to prevent warping and, in the case of fire and smoke doors, is a necessity and should always be fitted.

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