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Handles and Cabinet Handles

Interior doors that do not require locking - eg Laundry, living room

A back-to-back handle set without a latch. Can also be used on inactive French Doors.

This is a fixed lever that is used with a door catch or door magnets.

Typically used on wardrobes or closet doors. You just need to choose if the handle is on the left (Left Hand) of the door or on the right (Right Hand).

Generally used for external doors or high-security situations. They require a key to unlock externally, and an option of a key or turn snib internally. Typically applications are entrance doors, back doors, garage side doors and sheds. You can have the same handle on your front door or any door that requires secure locking. The set includes the lever handle set, main mortice lock, cylinder for locking and the escutcheon plates; The complete set, which is what the numbers represent. You just need to decide if you want a key to unlock from the outside and turn snib on the inside (Key/Turn) or keyed both sides (Key/Key). The measurements 60mm or 70mm is in reference to cylinder size. 70mm is usually the choice for most entrance doors as they can be thicker.

Measure across the circular hole at it's widest point to get the diameter.
If the Bore Hole is greater than 50mm you will require a Large Rose to secure them to the door.

See Diagram Here

- Rebated double or French doors have a lip on the edge where the doors meet.
- There is an Active or Primary door, which can open and close without affecting the other inactive secondary door.
- Rebates create a seamless look
- The Lip System between the doors which helps reduce drafts.
- Doors interlock to avoid swinging open
- Special shape lock and face plate is required to fit this type of door.

Handles come in all kinds of styles, materials and finishes and can help establish the style and mood of a space. But with such an impressive assortment, how do you know which handles to choose to suit your cabinets? Particularly if you want something a little different from a standard silver knob? And will something more decorative stand the test of time? We take a closer look at how you can go about the handle selection process.

Read our Guide here: 5 Factors to Consider When Choosing Cabinet Handles

If you are looking for a new Door Handle you need to start with its function. The Door Handle will be used on an interior or exterior door. It will need a lock or just a privacy latch or none at all. The below is our quick guide to buying door handles from Zanda

Read our Guide Here: How to Order Zanda Door Handles

A rose is a round or square backplate that fixes to the door. They mainly come in 55mm wide sizes but the triad range has a 65mm backplate to retrofit over existing holes. With the Futura range, you can purchase larger adapter plates if required to cover a large hole.

A long plate is precisely that. The longplate version of a handle. This also comes in passage, dummy and entrance. The privacy, however, has a privacy turn and comes with a privacy mortice lock.

Locks, Privacy Hardware & Deadbolts

A privacy lock function that is seperate to the handle.

Roller Locks are best suited to a pull handle.

Where all locks within a set have the same key code - one key can open multile locks

Each lock comes with its own unique key.

- Most secure method of locking
- A lock bolt that can only be opened or closed by rotating the key cylinder with a key.
- Bolt can only be engaged when the door is shut
- Bolt cannot be forced backwards into the door. This prevents unwanted entry
- Deadbolts can be manual or electronic

- The most important part of your door handles.
- 'Latching' is the act of a door being closed and remaining held shut.
- the 'tongue' of triangular shaped metal that retracts into the door to release and extends into the door frame to hold shut.

- Suitable for internal privacy doors, e.g. bathrooms
- has a button or snib to lock door from the inside with door closed
- door unlocks automatically from inside if handle is turned.
- release on the outside in case of emergency
- for use with privacy handles on long plate or with a passage handle and separate privacy turn

Used for internal doors that require locking. They have a snib on the handle or a separate privacy kit below the handle (Astron Range) with an emergency release on the other side. Typical situations are bathrooms, powder rooms, bedrooms and the office.

A passage set or an entrance set would typically be chosen.


You need to measure the existing hole. If it's a 54mm hole then you will need adapter plates, or to choose a handle with a large rose. If it's a hole smaller then you can choose what you like.

Sliding doors require flush pulls, cavity sliding pulls and possibly privacy turns for toilets.

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Super Quick Delivery

Entry Point is committed to a quick turnaround of your order so that your renovation, building or small project does not get delayed.

We achieve this through a combination of same day dispatch or delivery direct from our suppliers to you, however, you need to choose the Express $15 Deliver Option 2-5 Business Day Option.

If we, or our suppliers, have no stock of the product/s you have selected, we will let you know of this as soon as possible and inform you of when we will receive the stock. Otherwise, we can refund straight back if the time frame does not suit.

Quick Express Shipping

The products we sell online are fast direct shipping to you. This means we ship directly to you in order to really speed up the process and receive 2-5 days after order.

No 2,3,4 week shipping times!

The cost of shipping is fixed at $15 for orders under $250 and FREE for orders over $250.

We have 1000's of more products that we can organise delivery for, but we have chosen to only showcase online what we know we can ship fast. If you would like other items please contact orders@entry-point.com.au

Dispatch & Delivery:

Dispatch is when the order leaves our warehouse on its way to you. The process is:

When you make an order, you will receive an order confirmation.Once your item is ready, you will then receive an email and text with a tracking number.When the courier is out for delivery, you will receive a text and email.

Dispatch Time Frame:

The dispatch time frame is the amount of time it can take to receive any products that we may not have in stock from our suppliers before packing and sending them to you.

As a distribution company, our warehouse tries to only stock the in trend, popular items as opposed to all 70,000 items. Therefore, there may be extended handling times. We have tried our best to incorporate these days into the shipping times, however, if there are longer than expected lead times, we will contact you immediately. 

Below are the usual dispatch time frames:

1-2 Business Days:







4-6 Business Days:

If you are ordering products from the below suppliers, we would recommend choosing Express Shipping. This means that your order will be dispatched using the fastest courier as soon as we receive the items. If we have all your items in stock your order will shipped within 24hours.




ASSA ABLOY (Lockwood, Whitco, Yale etc)

Superior Brass (Austyle, Builders Choice).





In-Store Collection:

If you would like to pick up from the store' please select one of our pick up location at checkout:

Palmyra 7:30am-4pm Monday To Friday. 9-1pm Saturdays.
- 4/327 Canning Highway Palmyra, WA 6157

Guildford 8:00am-12:00am Monday To Friday.
- 3/36 Johnson Street, Guildford WA 6055

We do now offer international shipping, rates are calculated based on weight and you can choose either standard orexpress.