iPocket Door Hardware: Pocket door hardware attaches to sliding doors that disappear when
fully open into a compartment in the adjacent wall. The hardware fits into the door with no projection so
that the door can slide neatly away.
Door Knockers: Door knockers are exterior door hardware that allow people outside a house
to alert those inside to their presence. They add elements of décor as well as function.
Pull/Push Plates: Pull/Push plates are complementary pieces that should be purchased
together. A push plate is a type of door plate which is used to protect the wood of a door which closes
automatically. The pull plate has the same function on the opposite side of the door.
Kick Plates: Kick plates are protective sheets of metal attached to the bottom of doors
to avoid damage, scratches, and/or dents to the door.
Rose/Rosette: Roses and rosettes are circular plates on which the moving parts of a door
lever or door knob are mounted. They act as trim or finishing touches on the door hardware.
Door Sweeps: Door sweeps are flexible weather strips used at the top and bottom edges of
opening doors to provide a weatherproof seal to prevent drafts coming in from under the door.
Letter Box Plates: Letter box plates are slots, usually covered with a hinged flap,
through which letters, magazines, etc. are delivered to buildings or homes.
Back Plates: Back plates serve as structural wood or metal plates for door knobs, door
levers, and entry sets.
Latches/Catches/Bolts: Latches, catches, and bolts are small devices for holding doors
Shutter/Door Accessories: Shutter accessories are used as decorative or functional
applications on shutters, like shutter dogs. Door accessories are used as decorative or functional
applications on doors – for example, bell buttons, rolling hardware, access frames, and panel mesh guards.