Sturdy Design With Elegant Look
Rockwell Security is a leading manufacturer of high-quality door pulls. Every unit we design comprises the finest materials like aluminum and stainless steel, ensuring a long lifespan through heavy use in high-traffic areas. Our products are sturdy and easy to install, allowing our customers to make the most of their time and money.
As 30-year veterans in our field, we push our pursuit of excellence beyond functionality. Every Rockwell door pull is designed with special care for both high performance and aesthetic appeal. No matter the product line, our door pulls have a sleek, distinguished look that lets them complement any commercial or residential building’s reserved or flashy design scheme. With various finish options available, like chrome, matte black or brushed nickel, there’s a Rockwell Security door pull for any setting.
Common Questions Regarding Door Pulls
We’re committed to providing our customers with the information they need to effectively supply or install door pulls and other mechanisms. Here are our answers to a few commonly asked door pull questions.
Which Is Better — Door Knobs or Pulls?
While each has a valid use, commercial buildings and other doors that experience high traffic should use door pulls for convenience and durability.
What Are the Most Popular Door Pull Finishes?
Oil-rubbed bronze and satin nickel are the most popular door pull finishes, but we have lots of options to choose from. You can view our finishes online.
How Do You Install Door Pulls?
Depending on the style, there are a few different ways to install a door pull:
- Thru-bolt mounting: This method involves fastening the pull directly to the door using bolts that go the entire way through the door, leaving a visible bolt head or decorative screw cover on the other side.
- Back-to-back mounting: Most often used for thick glass shower doors and commercial entry doors, this method brings two-door pulls on opposite sides of the door together using a set screw.
- Surface mounting: There are two surface mounting methods. Concealed surface mounting slides a pull onto a set screw. Unlike thru-bolt mounting, the screw is entirely covered by the pull and door. Conversely, nonconcealed surface mounting involves screwing the pull directly into the face of the door, leaving screw heads exposed on one side.
Contact Rockwell Security Inc.
Rockwell Security has all of the parts and hardware businesses and contractors need to fulfill their customers’ demands. We focus our attention on creating top quality products and providing best-in-class customer service. To learn more about our products, rates, warranties and more, contact us today.