French doors, likewise called French windows, add a stylishness to a patio entrance. These twofold doors open wide to furnish access to the outside. The glass covering the greater part of the doors lets in the most extreme measure of light conceivable. French patio doors have the hardware prefitted and delivered independently from the door so you won’t need to stress over penetrating the holes for the door handle and lock. Installing a door handle in another door or replacing a doorknob makes opening the French doors from the inside less demanding than winding an accepted doorknob.
- Stand on the inside of the doors and choose which of the two doors you will arrive at for to open the doors. This will verify in the event that you install the idea about the right or left door. The other door will house a counterfeit handle with the striker plate for the lock.
- Push the lock with the door strike into the door you pick for the dynamic handle. Affix the strike plate to the precut range of the door with the two installation screws incorporated with the handle set.
- Embed the dynamic handle half for the inside of the door into the lock through the predrilled hole in the door. You will realize that it is the inside handle because it will have a metal bar on the inside that grows perpendicular to the handle and fits into the lock. The handle tip may as well face far from the edge of the door. Connect the plate around the base of the door handle with two Phillips-head screws. You ought to have the ability to now turn the handle and move the lock.
- Screw the encompassing plate for the outside door handle onto the exterior of the dynamic door.
- Push the striker box into the latent door edge. Screw it into place with two Phillips screws.
- Join the counterfeit door handles on either side of the door with the remaining Phillips screws. This handle won’t turn.