Home   |   Welcome Guest!   |   Sign In?   |   My Account   |   Contact Us   |   Tracking   |  
                                        
Order online or call us 844-809-3667
Shopping Cart
Items in Cart: 0 Items Sub Total: $0.00 View Cart Checkout


Loading....
Search

 
Baldwin 0102 Colonial Entrance Door Knocker
 

Baldwin 0102

Baldwin 0102 Colonial Entrance Door Knocker

 
Manufacturer: Baldwin
Price: $65.64
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Order Options:  
 
 
Comments (Optional)
 
 
  Qty:  
 
  Add To Cart  
 
Availability Information
Standard - ships in 2-3 business days.
 
Similar Product Video
This product review video is for a similar product but it will differ in size, color and/or other attribute. We still feel the video will be of value to you.
Email Friend
More from Baldwin
This item ships from PA.
 
Details
  • Colonial entrance door knocker
  • Size: 6.5" x 3.5"
  • CTC of bolts: 4"
  • Packed with oval head machine screws and countersunk washers made of brass and finished to match
Finishes
003 - Lifetime polished brass
030 - Polished brass

038 - Aged brass
050 - Satin brass and black
102 - Oil Rubbed Bronze
112 - Venetian bronze
150 - Satin nickel plated
151 - Antique nickel, dull
190 - Satin black
260 - Polished chromium
264 - Satin chromium
402 - Distressed oil rubbed bronze
412 - Distressed venetian bronze
452 - Distressed antique nickel
Questions and Answers
Q: Is there a template for the door knocker?
A: That is a very good question and I thank you for it - there is not a template that I'm aware of for prepping for door knockers however I would certainly agree that a template should be manufactured so that you have perfect repeatability door-to-door.

I might suggest that you make a template that is large enough so as to square off into the hinge side of the door jamb and square off to the header so that this template is basically about 2/3 of the width of the door and comes down far enough so that will allow you to locate the proper holes for this knocker. You would be able to make it two-sided so that you had one side for left-handed the other side for right hand.

You might consider drilling through the door with a very small drill bits a 1/8 of an inch and then you can check your dimensions on the opposite side of the door to make sure that you've drilled the hole straight through the door rather than at an angle.

(Required, used to email you once question is answered.)
Customer Reviews
There are no customer reviews yet.
Be the first to Write a Review

What's New
Corporate Members of DHI
Member of NFPA.
AAADM Certified!
ALOA Certified!
DHI FDAI EDA Inspector
AIA
CFL
Intertek Logo