Get the most out of your cabinet hinges by buying right. The first step is going with a quality brand to ensure that you won’t have to replace them a few years down the road. Just as important as durability is suitability. Choosing the right cabinet hinges for your needs means you won’t be frustrated over and over again. So what are wrap hinges good for? Find out now.
Wrap hinges are generally used on cabinet doors, and you can get full or partial wrap hinges depending on your door layout. A partial wrap hinge has the frame wing wrapping around two sides of the frame and screws into the edge. These provide a solid support to light and medium weight doors. Partial wrap hinges work on inset/frameless cabinet doors. These are the doors that sit inside the cabinet frame and have no edges exposed. You can also use partial wrap hinges for overlay cabinet doors.
Full wrap hinges go around three sides of the frame, and then screw into the inside edge. This offers the most support for any cabinet doors since it wraps around all the edges and takes the weight off your cabinet frame. Both full and partial wrap hinges come in a variety of stylish finishes, so your cabinets will look even better than before you started.
Here is another fabulous feature of the Amerock wrap hinge. Designed to be spring loaded, these cabinet hinges automatically close after you. This is an extremely useful feature if you have small children, pets or a tendency to forget cabinet doors open. Whether you’re looking for strength, convenience, style, or a little of everything, you’ll find it all right here. Order your own cabinet hinges today, and get a kitchen that looks as good as it runs.