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What’s really the difference between a knob and a pull? What size should I choose? And who has the answers? We do. Our frequently asked questions cover everything from warranties and cleaning to sizing and samples. We appreciate our customers, and we’re happy to provide answers to any of your questions–even some you may not have thought to ask. If we don’t have the answer you’re looking for, simply contact us! Please fill out this form to reach us, and we’ll get back to you during our regular business hours.
All of our brands are carried by a wide variety of retailers and distributors, where the products are either stocked or available for special order. Click on the "Where To Buy" button located on each product detail page of this website or utilize our store locator to find a store that carries our products.
Samples can be ordered through your local retailer or distributor.
For best results, use only a soft cloth, water, and a mild, non-alkaline soap. Avoid window cleaners, general kitchen cleaners and abrasive cleansers, as their ingredients may harm the protective coating applied to our products.
All of our products carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Additional warranty information is available on our Customer Support page.
A knob requires one fastener or screw. A pull requires two fasteners or screws.
Carefully measure the space between the center of the first screw hole and the center of the second screw hole.
For cabinet pulls, standard center-to-center screw holes measure from 3 to 5 inches apart, or 64, 96, and 128 millimeters apart.
Designs and trends change over years. Hardware on older cabinets, for example, may come in sizes that are no longer readily available. When replacing hardware, it is critical to know American measurements (inches) AND metric measurements (millimeters). It may be possible to do a moderate refit without having to completely change the screw hole locations.
The depth of your cabinet will determine the drawer slide length required. For example, a cabinet with a depth of 18 inches requires a drawer slide of 18 inches or less.
The type of Euro-hinge you need depends on the overlay (distance that the cabinet door extends past the door opening) of your door. Liberty Hardware hinges are available for full overlay doors, half overlay doors, and full inset doors.
Due to contractual obligations, we are unable to sell in bulk to the general public. However, if you need a large amount of hardware, it may be possible for you to purchase from a Liberty distributor in your local area.
We use a variety of materials for our products, and those made from Solid Brass are clearly labeled. Most other metallic knobs and pulls are made of zinc die cast with a plated finish, such as Brushed Satin Nickel, Antique Pewter, Chrome or Brass, along with a protective layer of lacquer overtop.