Common Handle Set Styles & Features
Commonly referred to as Monolithic Handlesets, these handlesets consist of a single plate which connects the grip to the deadbolt. Be sure to know what your center-to-center measurement is prior to ordering one of these handlesets.
Commonly referred to as Sectional Handlesets, these handlesets are composed of two sections. The deadbolt and the grip are mounted separately from one another.
These handlesets rest on a full plate backing and are considered Full Plate Handlesets. The deadbolt and handle both rest on this full plate.
Keypad front entry sets combine the security and convenience of a keypad deadbolt with the elegance of a handleset. These entry sets provide a great first impression and key less convenience.
A single cylinder handleset utlizes a key on the exterior and a thumb turn on the interior for locking and unlocking the deadbolt. Single cylinder handlesets are available in Two Piece, Full Plate, One Piece, and Entry Set styles.
A double cylinder handleset utlizes a key on both the exterior and interior for locking and unlocking the deadbolt, providing an extra measure of security. Double cylinder handlesets are available in Two Piece, Full Plate, One Piece, and Entry Set styles.
Interconnected Handle Sets
An interconnected lock set includes a built-in device for easy exiting. If the knob/lever is turned from the interior side of the door, the deadbolt will automatically disengage itself.
Entry sets offer the elegance and beauty of a typical handleset but with a knob or lever instead. These come in various functions including keyed entry, passage, privacy, and dummy.