EZSet EA Grade II Double Cylinder Comercial Lock

EZSet EA Grade II Double Cylinder Lock

This Double Cylinder Lock comes in a brushed stainless steel finish and choose from 2 3/8″ or 2 3/4″ backsets.

Double Cylinder means that it used with a key to unlock/lock from the outside as well as on the inside. So keep a key handy if you want to lock or unlock the door while you are inside. This function will work with any application where keyed access from both sides of the door is required.


PHG Swing Clear Ball Bearing Hinge

The PHG 4 1/2″ Swing Clear Ball Bearing Hinge

This particular hinge is a ball bearing hinge, which has small ball bearings between the hinge knuckles to reduce friction. Ball bearing hinges increase the life of the hinge, tend to be quieter, and make the door easier to open. The PHG Swing Clear Hinges are usually used for commercial grade or solid doors that are extremely heavy. You may have noticed it looks a little different than most hinges. It’s design is made so that the door is opens a lot  wider than a normal day to day door. Lot’s of times you will see them used on handicap accessible doors.

Ball Bearing Hinges

EZSet 4" with 1/4" radius




Ball Bearing Hinges are made for those solid wood doors you ordered for your front and back door. They are ready to hold up for years to come. These hinges are built so they wont grind down after time, like standard hinges tend to do.

I’m sure you will notice the smooth and glide like feel.

From EZSet and Emtek, take a look right here.

I Need Help Finding a Handleset That Will Fit My Door…

Is there a way to search for a new handleset with my measurements?


We have this handy new page added to our site to do just that!

Make sure and make your measurements before and read through the important paragraphs to better help you.

All of the Handlesets are grouped by manufacture and listed in order by measurements. Be sure to let us know if you have any questions, we would be glad to take the order over the phone.


What if I have existing holes in my door, but want a new handleset?

No problem! That’s what all the measurements were taken for! We made this easy to read grid to help you find exactly what Handlesets will fit your existing holes.

One of the most important measurements, is the “C” measurement shown here.

Your handleset will have a through bolt attaching the bottom of the exterior grip. It’s important to match this length with your new handleset to avoid drilling a new hole in the door and unsightly patching.

There is about 1-1/2″ of adjustment on the “C” measurement for these handlesets; 3/4″ shorter or longer than the length shown.

The standard door prep for an entrance doors is two 2-1/8″ bore holes that are 5-1/2″ center to center (measurement “B” in the image to the right) If you have more or even a little smaller than 5-1/2 inches, you can still use a sectional handleset, which have a seperate deadbolt.


This is made to make it an easier search for the perfect hardware for your door.

We are watching out for you.

Give us a call if you need any help!


Narrow Your Search

We have so many ways to help make it easier to find exactly what you need.

You can search by brand, best value, finish (once you have chosen your category), and you can even narrow your search by style



What Do I Need to Know Before Ordering?

What do I need to know before ordering door hardware?

This may be a question you have, so lets go over some of the things you need to know, before you order a door knob/lever or deadbolt.


Door Preparation:

Most of the door knobs on our site don’t need many measurements at all. You will need to make sure that you door hardware fits a standard door preparation. If you don’t know what that is, look over the diagrams below. The first diagram is a standard prep for most likely a standard interior door. If you are ordering a Handleset or Knob and a Deadbolt, the second diagram is the standard prep for something like that (if your door measures different from 5 1/2″ CC, please give us a call).


The backset is the distance from the edge of your door to the center of the bore hole (the big hole where the doorknob is mounted). The easiest way to figure out what you need is to measure from the edge of the door where the latch goes in and out to the highest part of your bore hole, or the highest part of the existing knob’s backplate.

Almost all of the ones on our site are either 2 3/8″ or 2 3/4″, although we do have 2″ backset deadbolt from Brass Accents. If there is not an option on our site to choose a backset measurement, it means that it adjusts from 2 3/8″ to 2 3/4″. If not, you probably should take out the ruler.

Door Thickness:

Standard door thickness is 1 3/4″ – 2″. If you have a door that is over that thickness, Emtek has a lot of hardware that can fit up to 3″ thick. So as long as your doors are standard, you won’t need to worry about that part when ordering anything on the site.

Door Handing

Door handing is a lot easier than it sounds. Lots of the brands make this super easy, where they are interchangeable and you change the left hand to right hand vise versa. But some of brands require handing, so here is a diagram to help you determine what you have.


step 1 Stand facing the door on the outside – If it’s a locking door, stand on the side of the door where you would insert a key (or unlocking tool if it would be a privacy lock).
step 2 If the hinges are on the left, it’s a left hand door. If the hinges are on the right, it’s a right hand door.


These are just the main things you will need to know before placing an order. You will still need to choose a style and the finish and all that fun stuff. But this should help you get started. Make sure to specify your keying instructions… keying all alike is free! If you need master keying give us a call.

Happy shopping and happy weekend!


Commercial Grade 1 Hardware

Falcon D100 Series Grade 1 Deadbolt

Falcon T Series Grade 1 Quantum Lever


If you are looking for some grade 1 stuff, try the Falcon Commercial Hardware. They have a Grade 1 (which is the best grade) and they are way less expensive than some of the other brands.

Click here to find the Grade 1 stuff.



How about a Good Looking Deadbolt?

You can have a stylish deadbolt for your door. Emtek and Baldwin carry most of the fancy styles.

Just take a gander at some of these…


Click here to see more styles and brands…


Commercial Grade Hinges

You and I both know that those can get spendy. For real. Emtek has great quality ball bearing hinges, but lets be honest… they are not so cheap. So let me tell you secret… we have some new EZSet commercial grade hinges at sweet price. Starting at $2.58 each.

They are amazing looking. Believe me… I know. I have seen them in person. They are for sure sa-weet.

EZSet 3.5″ Square Corner Hinge


There are some with 1/4″ Radius Corners too!

You can tell us this just made your weekend… but we already know.