Emtek Door Hardware

Emtek Products sells distinctive hardware for doors and cabinets. It is a company based out of California. It sells beautiful custom hardware at the lowest price. It is well known for their quick shipping and 2-5 day turnaround for orders.

Why should I buy Emtek Hardware?

The door knobs, the door handles and the lock sets all come with a limited lifetime warranty. Rustica Hardware offers:
1-LIFETIME warranty on all mechanical parts
2-LIFETIME warranty on all finishes for ALL the products.
3-Guaranteed 100% satisfaction on ALL your orders

What makes Emtek products so sought after?

It is one of the most known names in decorative hardware. As an dealer, Rustica Hardware knows your needs for unique door knobs, door levers and cabinet hardware and we work closely with Emtek to ensure your orders are custom made at a standard price.
-UNIQUE HARDWARE
-ESTABLISHED COMPANY
-CUSTOM OPTIONS
-QUICK SHIPPING
-LARGE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM

What are some of the top selling the products?

The following are the locks, door levers, door knobs, and cabinet knobs that are most requested from the Emtek hardware line:
1- EMTEK REMINGTON: Our Remington entrance handle set in medium bronze with the sandcast bronze Durango Lever is designed to look like a $900-$1200.00 handle set, but costs under $300.00 when purchased at Rustica Hardware.com.
2- EMTEK EGG KNOB: The Egg Knob Sandcast Bronze in Silver Patina has a very nice “beefy” feel to it. It has a masculine feel to it, yet is a designer door knob.
3- EMTEK CORTINA LEVER

The Emtek Cortina Door Handle in Oil Rubbed Bronze is a classic door lever available in 7 designer finishes.
4- EMTEK DEADBOLTS: Our deadbolts are extremely secure and are also available in 13 different finishes.
5- EMTEK BELMONT LANDCASTER: The Belmont Landcaster combination is a favorite because of the beautiful design patterns in the Landcaster rosette.
6- EMTEK BEADED OVAL PLATE KNOB: Beaded oval is a difficult knob to manufacture without looking detail. Emtek offers attention to detail in all their door and cabinet hardware.
7- EMTEK GLASS DOORKNOB

Fashionalbe and adorable! The glass door knob adds classic old world style to your doors.
8- EMTEK TWIG PULLS: A top selling cabinet pull, perfect for cabins and rustic homes. The Sandcast Bronze twig pull is detailed to look like a real twig was pulled out of the forest!
9- EMTEK GLASS CABINET KNOBS: Like the glass doorknobs, these glass cabinet knobs look like jewelry for your home.
10-EMTEK WROUGHT ENTRANCE HANDLESET: The wrought steel line is a favorite for exterior doors because the finish never wears.

Specific Pieces of Door Hardware

the mechanisms of a door – the accouterments that adorn a door in a functional sense, above and beyond its basic form (i.e. a rectangular piece of wood, metal, or other material in a frame). Let’s take a look at some of these common pieces of door hardware:

Basic Hardware

Locks and Latches

Door locks come in a huge variety and this variety gets even greater if you look at how they have evolved through time. The basic principle of most locks is a bolt of some sort. This bolt need only be some sort of bar, cylinder, lug, or other contrivance that extends from the swinging part of the door into some kind of receiving area on the frame. This simply stops the door from swinging open.

This basic idea leads to locks of all types – ordinary keyed locks, hand operated dead bolt locks, simple latched locks, and so on. These all employ this same sort of locking mechanism. Even the ordinary latch that is turned by the door handle and fits into the latch plate is a kind of bolt, and on many ordinary keyed locks the handle is prevented to from turning when the door is locked so that this latch or bolt stays where it is, holding the door shut.

Handles/Knobs

Handles are directly related to locks as noted above. Turning the handle generally makes the latch come out of the latch plate, allowing the door to open. Handles are often of the common circular shape or have some other form such as straight, bar-like handles and so on.

Hinges

Hinges are also an essential piece of door hardware. They, of course, allow the door to swing. They are mounted on one side of the door and on to the frame. Generally made of steel, brass, or some alloy, they need to be strong to support the weight of the door and to keep it swinging accurately and smoothly.

Additional Hardware

The foregoing are the main types of door hardware. These are all a door needs to function in a basic sense. There is, however, the possibility of adding other types of hardware to a door. For instance, one could conceivably add a door sweep at the bottom. This is most often a thin piece of aluminum with either a piece of rubber or a brush like fibers of some natural or synthetic material that prevent drafts from coming in under the door. These are very handy for drafty exterior doors and are often included with screen doors. They are usually screwed to the front of the door or otherwise affixed.

Other pieces of additional hardware common to find are racks and hooks. Racks and hooks allow items to be hung on the door. Like the other pieces of hardware mentioned, they come in all shapes and sizes. They are often purchased by the end user of the door and screwed into