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Butt Hinges 75mm 3″ & 100mm 4″ (plain type) supplied as pairs. These are slf coloured.
The most common type of hinge used on doors. It’s so named because the two leaves are mortised into the door and frame, allowing the two to butt up to each other.
- Plain bearing butt hinges are the standard choice for interior doors. They’re good for doors that aren’t too heavy and aren’t used that much.
- Ball bearing hinges are more durable and last longer. The bearings make doors operate more smoothly than plain bearing butt hinges, so they’re the best choice for entry doors and doors that are used a lot.
- Spring-loaded butt hinges (also called self-closing) contain a spring that automatically closes a door. Use them on screen doors or cabinets.
- Rising hinges are a specialty style. They look like a standard butt hinge when closed, but as the door opens the hinge lifts the door about 1/2 in. Use them when a door can’t easily clear a thick or uneven flooring material as it’s opened.
If you need hinges for gates etc. please see our range of Tee hinges which can be found here.
More information in stallation can be found in a video here
Strong Butt Hinges 75mm 3" Pair, Strong Butt Hinges 100mm 4" Pair