Model F360 WKF 505 STA LH

Internet #202356902

Wakefield Bright Brass Left-Hand Handleset with St. Annes Interior Lever

$179.00 /each

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The Wakefield front entry features an oval exterior design with sweeping lines and two-piece interior trim. The interior St. Annes lever design features sophisticated arc style with concealed screws and decorative rose for added decor. The rich gold tones of Bright Brass help to create an inviting space. Schlage has built a legacy of providing the highest level of security to homes and businesses. Install a Schlage, and you install nearly a century of total dedication to security, quality and innovation.

  • Handleset features a high security deadbolt, keyed on one side and a decorative lower grip to create a grand entrance for your home
  • Patented adjustable through-bolt allows easy installation; retrofits existing doors
  • For left handed doors
  • Limited lifetime mechanical and finish warranty
  • Coordinate with other St. Annes bright brass products
  • Maximum security deadbolt offers superior protection against attacks by crowbar, hammer, wrench, saw, lock pick, and kick-in
  • Designed for standard door prep (fits existing pre-drilled holes)
  • Universal latch adjusts to fit 2-3/8 in. or 2-3/4 in.
  • Fits 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in. wood or metal doors

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When choosing a door handleset, why is the right or left handling opposite?

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December 16, 2012
When I choose "left handling" the lever looks like its for the right handed person. Is it opposite?
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December 17, 2012
handing is determined by what side of the door hinges are on. When facing the front of the door, if hinges are on the left, a left handed lever is needed, when facing the door if the hinges are on the right, a right handed lever is needed.
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