Question: How do refrigerator/appliance pulls mount?
Answer: They mount just like a piece of cabinet hardware. The screws, which we provide with all orders are designed to screw in from the back of the panel you use . The installer drills two holes in the panel, attaches the pull and then installs the screws from the inside of panel on door.
Question: Do longer pulls make it easier to open a door?
Answer: Yes, the longer the pull, the more leverage, therefore ease of opening. We recommend at least 18" on refrigerators and front doors.
Question: Do you make hardware for kitchen cabinets as well?
Answer: Yes , in some cases. We now offer a few collections that are available from about 5" long to over 24". The # 810 series and the #54 bamboo are two. More collections will be available shortly. Remember, our pulls are designed to be distinctive , and complimentary cabinet knobs can always be found to work with our pulls. In addition, we can finish match our pulls to match any other companies.
Question: I have a company logo and would like a pull to match it, can you do it?
Answer: Yes, we have computers and machines to copy logos and have them cut onto brass, aluminum, stainless steel, acrylic, wood and more. They can be done in finishes or acrylic colors. Most are 1-2 dimensional, but we now can mold designs 3-D , made from composites. Just call to inquire.
Questions: How are pulls attached ( mounted)?
Answer: All pulls are mounted ( attached) generally three ways. Through bolted, which is with a screw from the back of door into pull on the other side. Surface mounted, which is attached to the outside of door only, no screw exposed on the inside of door ( hanger bolt). Back to Back, which is pulls on both sides of door married together for maximum security, and generally, no screws exposed.