About Our Door Handle Extenders
When Handles and Blinds Don’t Get Along
Large blinds and shades are popular for their beauty, insulation, and ability to temper sunlight. But door handles are not made to accommodate large blinds and shades. The problem becomes obvious only after homeowners and home builders have installed these window treatments. Opening and closing doors is not easy when handles are wedged between blind slats. And blind slats will not close properly if there is a door handle trapped between them.
Fixing the Problem Can Get Expensive
More than likely, you have matching hardware and window treatments throughout your home. If you have to replace them on one door, you will have to replace them on other doors and windows. Buying new blinds and shades can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. So can purchasing all new door handles.
The Extension Solution Is Simple and Economic
Door handle extenders simply add a little extra length to your handle. They are designed to extend levers past surface-mounted blinds. Once extended, handles are no longer obstructed by blinds and can turn freely. Our fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions ensure a quick, hassle-free installation. Don’t worry about buying new blinds or hardware. Just extend your handle!
Made from Quality Material, Customized for Your Hardware
Our door handle extenders are milled from solid brass and come in different sizes depending on how much clearance your handle needs. We can accommodate blinds measuring up to 3 inches for most hardware brands, and even up to 4 1/4 inches for others. Door handle extenders come in many popular finishes to blend perfectly with your existing hardware. We send you an installation kit containing all the parts you need to attach the extension to your handle. And shipping is fast and free within the United States.