A customer in Demarest needed pocket door mortise locks installed. They are complicated installs with many steps.
We install them on a regular basis.
These are Benson polished chrome, low profile, classic rolled edge.
A customer in Montclair had a badly broken door. The hardware was all broken, and worn out. We filled and sanded all unnecessary holes. Then we removed the old leaky weather stripping. We installed all Baldwin hardware in satin black. Cody knob full handle set, 8321 traditional deadbolt, 0015 letterbox plate, and 0102 colonial knocker.
Then we install a colonial wood molding with Q-Lon weather strip.
A customer in Cedar Grove called, their handle set was broken. The trick when replacing it is to not have to drill new holes
In the door, when the door is fiberglass or metal clad. It leaves messy holes that are hard to cover. We installed a Schlage Camelot handleset in antique brass, covering all old holes.
Our customer in Glen Ridge called with an old broken mortise lock.
We replaced it with a new Baldwin Boulder 3/4 escutcheon mortise lock in Venetian bronze. We also installed an Yale touchscreen deadbolt for keyless access.
The installation was completed with a q-lon molding weather stripping system.
A customer from Short Hills contacted us to install a Baldwin Cody handle set in antique nickel, on their new construction.
What you see on the door frame is referred to as an electric strike. These are the items that allow someone inside to “buzz” someone in. As in this case in Montclair, on an attorney’s office, they are frequently put in incorrectly. They choose the wrong kind for the lock. They choose the wrong voltage, and so on. We replaced the existing strike
with a Rutherford controls 7114.