The use of a French lever to handle the door will give a more authentic feel to the appearance and look of the doors. It will provide years of aesthetics and functionality for the door. Lever handles can be found in a variety of styles and finishes which range from simple "dummy" knobs that are not equipped with latching mechanisms that secure doors for interior use all the way up to fully functional doors that can be used for outdoor use. The purpose of the Glass Door Repair in Markham is an important factor in the lever handle that you select and you must know this when buying one. Doors are likely to have openings that permit the appropriate lever handle. The procedure of installing them is almost identical regardless of the design or function that the door is designed for. Once you've chosen the handles you'd like then you're all set to install them.

Get Your Hands Unpacked

Remove the handle from the container you've selected and read the directions included together with your handle. Make sure that all the fasteners that you need are in the package and that you've identified the various parts that make up the handle.

Get Rid Of The Handles That Are Currently In Use

Take the handles of which are still in place. By using a screwdriver, loosen and then pull out the bolts that hold the knob's sides to the door. Once the bolts are disengaged, one side may fall out or be removed, therefore, make sure that you're prepared if you don't want it to land on the ground and cause damage.

Dry Fit

Dry-fit the handle to the door's opening so that it is exactly as it was intended to be. If you need to, you can increase the size of the opening.

Install The latest Handle

The latch should be installed in the space on the outside sides of the doors. The handle should be placed on one side of the handle in the door's opening. Make sure that the stem that controls the latch is located in the correct opening of the latch. and Door Repair Toronto will ensure that your door handle installs perfectly. Attach the handle's other end in a manner that it's facing the correct direction. Also, make sure that the bolt openings are parallel to the handle openings on the opposite side facing the door. The entire thing is secured by two bolts, which must be included with the lever handle. Check the latch's operation by opening the door using the handle to ensure the latch is in place. Verify the mechanism to lock by locking the door and ensuring the handle doesn't press while the lock is locked.

Installation Latch Plate

Install the latch plates should it be required. It's a piece of steel that is placed on top of the mechanism that latches at the exterior of your door. Install the plate on top of the mechanism and secure it with the screws provided.

Setup Striker Plate

If you assume that the bottom edges of both doors equally and equal, measure from the bottom side of the door with the latch. Take note of the measurement taken from the edge on the bottom of the plate of the latch. On the opposite side, you can measure the bottom of your door for the exact measurement. This will give you the exact location on the striker's plate. Screws should be driven through the opening of the striker plate, to attach them to the wall.
You can rotate the handle clockwise if it is located to the left.
If your doors are brand new and you'd like to drill holes into them, then do it. If you're replacing handles, then you may be lucky enough to find the holes currently there are perfect. If not, make use of the hole-boring templates, which were made with handles to determine which holes to make. Use a drill and a hole saw to cut the holes. Most likely, you'll need a large hole to place the door knob and also a tiny hole that will fit the locking mechanism. There are two holes on the edge of the door, to accommodate the mechanics of the latch and lock.


Place the actuator slot in the hole that is for the locking mechanism. It is on the opposite side of the door that is in use.
Inject the bolt through the hole in the door's edge. of the door. Connect it to the actuator. The design of your handle may necessitate installing the bolt first and then attaching it to your actuator. Read the instruction manual on the door to find more specific instructions.
Set the faceplate on top of the door. Then slide the lock's pin from the cylinder to the actuator's slot.
The faceplate must be attached to the lock. Fix the exterior plate into the first position, and then slide the inside plate over the pin on the lock's cylinder, and screw them into place.
Attach the handles to your door, and fix them using an adjustable screw.
Place the latching mechanism in the hole located at the door's edge.
Put the plates together and include the outer plate, which protects the latching mechanism as well as the locking mechanism.