Door handles are available in many varieties to suit the needs of different applications. Some handles are designed as non-latching pulls, while others use levers or knobs with built-in latches. Most door handles are easy to install and require only basic tools. The average DIY homeowner can install a door handle in less than an hour, depending on the complexity of the hardware and the type of door in use.
Pull Handles - Use pull handles for operating doors that do not need latches. These handles are commonly found on closets and kitchen doors. They are surface-mounted, using screws or bolts.