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Hinge Types

Ball Bearing Hinges

Ball Bearing hinges are the go-to hinge for most applications, they tend to out perform plain bearing hinges in that they require less maintenance and produce less wear and less noise.


Full Mortise Hinges

Mortise Hinges are recessed into the door and the jamb which allows the door to close completely. Typically these hinges are also much more wear and weather resistant, as well as heavier duty than your standard ball bearing hinge.


Plain Bearing Hinges

Plain Bearing Hinges are most often the cheap alternative to Ball Bearing Hinges. These hinges produce the most wear on their internals and are often noise makers if not maintained well. They are a great alternative for upgrades on a tight budget.


Spring Hinges

Spring Hinges are great when used as screen door closers or cabinet door closers. These hinges are designed for light weight doors and ensure the door is kept closed automatically.


Strap Hinges

Strap Hinges are decorative and functional. These hinges are common on barn doors and can give you a rustic or traditional look if thats what you desire.


Corners

Hinge Corners

Hinge Corner Sizes

Hinges with rounded corners can easily be identified by comparing them to the radius of a US Dime or Quarter. 1/4 Inch Radius Hinges match up very closely with the radius of the Dime, and 5/8 Inch Radius Hinges match up very well with the Quarter. Square corner hinges have sharp cornered points.

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Colors

Because there are so many unique finishes offered by the manufacturers we carry, we have grouped finishes into common tones to allow you to find the finish you are looking for with ease. 

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Themes

To help you match existing decor, we have categorized what we feel to be the best style for each of our hinges.

Hinge Type

Hinge Type

Ball Bearing Hinges

Ball Bearing hinges are the go-to hinge for most applications, they tend to out perform plain bearing hinges in that they require less maintenance and produce less wear and less noise.


Full Mortise Hinges

Mortise Hinges are recessed into the door and the jamb which allows the door to close completely. Typically these hinges are also much more wear and weather resistant, as well as heavier duty than your standard ball bearing hinge.


Plain Bearing Hinges

Plain Bearing Hinges are most often the cheap alternative to Ball Bearing Hinges. These hinges produce the most wear on their internals and are often noise makers if not maintained well. They are a great alternative for upgrades on a tight budget.


Spring Hinges

Spring Hinges are great when used as screen door closers or cabinet door closers. These hinges are designed for light weight doors and ensure the door is kept closed automatically.


Strap Hinges

Strap Hinges are decorative and functional. These hinges are common on barn doors and can give you a rustic or traditional look if thats what you desire.


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