Lock-sets by Baldwin, Better Home Products, Emtek, Fusion and Schlage.



Baldwin Hardware

Baldwin $$$*

At Baldwin, we believe that quality should never be a compromise. From using the finest materials to crafting our hardware by hand, we are committed to creating high-quality hardware that not only looks beautiful and flawless but also endures the rigors of time.


Emtek $$$*

Emtek® is dedicated to bringing interesting, well made hardware back into American homes. We strive to provide a broad range of products that provide both superior performance and compelling design. The Emtek product line includes door hardware, cabinet hardware, door locks, knobs, levers, entry sets, bath hardware, door accessories, multi point locks.

Fusion $$$*

Fusion offers an extensive collection of door hardware that can be integrated into a vast array of rooms, homes and spaces. Custom-designed and built-to-order, each piece innately conveys the vision for a space. Every Fusion product—carefully crafted and assembled by hand—harmonizes with its design landscape to provide the appropriate balance between decorative appeal and functional ease. View online at FusionHardware.com

Schlage $$*

Schlage is the most recognized name in locks today. This is due to their history of making quality products and being innovators in the world of locks. A lot’s changed since Walter Schlage opened his first shop in 1920. At the same time, a lot hasn’t. We’re still meticulous designers, painstaking engineers, and proud craftsmen. Nearly a century later, we’re proud to grace your doors with a growing menu of stylish, top-grade hardware.

Better Home Products $*

View their wide assortment of Lock-sets on their website, betterhomeproducts.com
Better Home Products was founded in 1994 to focus on supplying their own brand of decorative and functional hardware products to the residential and multifamily new-construction industry. Their product focus is in three primary categories: Locksets, Bathroom Accessories and Misc. Door and Closet Hardware items.
*The number of dollar signs represent relative pricing:
$ = Entry level products
$$ = Moderately priced
$$$ = Most expensive
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