What Is A Door Kick Plate?
Kick plates are additions placed near the bottom of doors that prevent damage to the push side of the door. The plates range in size from about 10 – 16 inches and provide protection for doors that are heavily trafficked or susceptible to common wear and tear of use. Typically made of durable metals such as steel, brass, or aluminum, kick plates are also available in plastic, though these are often less reliable. Choosing the kick plate that offers proper protection and the right look for your door is key.
Installing A Door Kick Plate
Installation or replacement of a kick plate may seem like a simple process, but it can easily become complicated. Removal of an old kick plate can reveal unseen damage to the door that was previously covered up and the screws used previously will often be stripped or weathered. What started out as a weekend project often turns into a stressful project.
Sit back and let the experts handle the hard work! The Flying Locksmiths have years of experience installing and replacing kick plates for your doors. Don’t leave your doors unprotected and exposed to unnecessary wear and tear. Contact a Flying Locksmiths location near you today to learn more and get started.
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