This ball catch features a traditional design with a polished brass finish that makes a decorative addition to any room in your home.
The dual-purpose design keeps the door held open while protecting the all behind it from damage from the door.
This durably constructed ball catch features a tamper-resistant design for enhanced security.
I don’t think they are good for a front door. I used them for closet pull out doors on the top of the doors so they catch closed.
Yes, this adjustable ball catch can be installed in a hollow door. There is typically 1-1/4 inch of solid wood at the top and bottom of the hollow care door to drill into.
The dimensions for the strike plate and cylinder for this product are: 1 inch width, 2 inch length, .028 depth, and .3 oz weight.
Hey, Matt. Yes, you need a pull handle. The latch is spring-loaded. You adjust it to your liking.
Yes, I bought mine last week. I picked it up in the store and installed it in less than 10 minutes.
13/16 width by 1- 5/8 depth
Hi, Ardell. Spring-loaded. The ball and cylinder is adjustable per your door and opening.
Yes, that's where I installed it, it replaced a drive-in type that was broken.
No, but the cost of both items is reasonable. And it'd make sense to replace both items instead of trying save. I don't know if this would qualify for 'pennywise and pound foolish' but the perceived savings is just few bucks. Hope this helps. Good luck.
I have two. On one door, I have to adjust the cylinder with the ball. On my other, I don't.