Blog | Custom Door Hardware - Part 2

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Colonial Bronze Base Metal Is Naturally Antimicrobial

December 2, 2020

In a time when Colorado residents are more concerned about preventing bacterial and viral spread than ever thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, even small steps, such as using antimicrobial door hardware, can go a long way toward creating safer indoor environments. While you can find plenty of options on the market that feature antimicrobial coatings on top of standard materials,... View Article

Why You Should Consider Door Hardware with INOX Antimicrobial Coatings

November 18, 2020

If you’re looking into replacing your door hardware, whether it’s for standard doors or cabinetry, you might consider looking into hardware that comes with antimicrobial coatings, like Unison Hardware’s INOX. Antimicrobial coatings are frequently added to door hardware in Colorado to protect against bacteria and other microbes. When you consider how frequently you use door hardware in your home, it... View Article

What’s the Best Material for Your Door Locks?

October 28, 2020

When you own your own home, one of your highest priorities is protecting your investment and all the valuable people and things inside it. For a lot of families, that means investing in a high-quality door lock for their front door. Of course, how do you determine the best door locks in Colorado? We’ve got some tips and tricks to... View Article

How Long Does a Typical Door Handle Stay Secure?

October 14, 2020

Almost from the moment you purchase your home, you’ll start learning a tough lesson: everything has an expiration date. From the various bits and bobs that make up your home’s HVAC system to the insulation that’s stuffed between your walls, everything has a definite period before it achieves uselessness. Believe it or not, the same goes for your home’s door... View Article

Five Reasons to Install Lever Door Handles

October 2, 2020

Installing door levers rather than doorknobs offers many advantages. While some customers prefer the aesthetics of levers, others choose them for purely utilitarian reasons, especially if accessibility is an issue at home or work. If you’re starting over with door levers due to a custom-built house or major remodel, it’s a great chance to create a friendly and accessible space.... View Article