Hinges - Doors (161)
Stainless steel door hinges are suitable for a wide range of interior and exterior applications. They’re resistant to rust and corrosion and are long lasting. Coming in elegant designs, these hinges have finishes such as chrome, black, brass, brushed nickel, and gold-tone. Choose from various sizes; options measuring 4 inches or more are suitable for large doors. These have four or more holes on each leaf to disperse the load and increase door stability. Their robust materials help make doors secure. Consider individual pieces for repair projects and packs of two, three, or more for new door installations. Some packs come with other door hardware for mounting, including flat screws. When choosing, check the hole pattern, whether crescent, zigzag, or straight, to ensure it’s appropriate for the repairs or new doors.
Door hinges can support doors of different thicknesses, and they come in several hinge designs. Mortise hinges with fixed pins are available in various sizes suitable for many interior and exterior applications, including main entry doors. Loose pin hinges make it easy to remove the pins and lift off doors to let in people, improve airflow, or offload items. They’re ideal for interior doors in stores or offices.
Spring doors come in single- and dual-spring options. Single-spring doors open in one direction and can self-close. These are convenient with interior garage door applications since they self-close to prevent fumes from getting into the house. Double-spring hinges allow doors to open in both directions. Double opening doors are convenient for providing two-way access, and they also self-close. Specific single- and double-spring hinges feature adjustable spring tension. This allows users to set how much force to apply for the doors to open, and how fast they will close.
Ornamental and butterfly hinges come in small sizes of less than 4 inches. They combine stylish patterns with exquisite finishes, and are ideal for boxes, furniture, and cabinet doors. Swing hinges are suitable for light interior doors in low-use areas. They install at the top and bottom edges of doors.