Parsons ADL Expandable Door Hinge
An easy way to add two inches to most doorways allowing access to wheelchairs and walkers. Expandable door hinges are a type of door hinge that has been designed to have a great deal of functionality. These door hinges can be opened from the inside and outside, making them perfect for situations where full-length doors may not be desired, or in cases where privacy is needed.
Offset Door Hinges Features
- Installs easily
- Uses the same screws and holes already in your door frame
- Sold individually
How to Install Door Hinges
The steps involved in installing door hinges are as follows:
- If the door is not already installed, remove any debris from the hinge face.
- Align the hinge with the door and mark the location of screw holes using a nail or marker to hold it in place.
- Drill pilot holes for screws.
- Insert screws into the pilot holes and tighten them until snug.
Hinges are found on doors, which are typically used for accessing rooms. Hinges allow the door to swing open and closed, making it easy for people of varying physical abilities to use the door. Wheelchair access is an accommodation that has been made for people with disabilities that impair their ability to get around. It can be a raised threshold at a doorway or a wheelchair ramp installed on the sidewalk of a building.
Offset door hinges use the same screws and holes already in your door frame, eliminating the need to drill extra holes in your house. They can be used on both exterior and interior doors.