Expandable Door Hinges Allow Up to 2 Extra Inches For Wheelchair, Walker or Rollator Accessibility, Brass

December 12, 2019 - Comment

“HealthSmart Expandable Door Hinges, BrassWhen you or someone in your home needs to use a wheelchair or walker, it can be challenging and expensive to accommodate your home by expanding doorways. The HealthSmart Expandable Door Hinges do the job quickly and easily at a fraction of the cost. The door hinges expand or widen your

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“HealthSmart Expandable Door Hinges, BrassWhen you or someone in your home needs to use a wheelchair or walker, it can be challenging and expensive to accommodate your home by expanding doorways. The HealthSmart Expandable Door Hinges do the job quickly and easily at a fraction of the cost. The door hinges expand or widen your doorway openings by two full inches, allowing easy access. No more banging or scratching the door or scraping your knuckles as you try to pass through a narrow door! The hinges install easily in most doors, using the same screws and holes as the existing hinge.FeaturesAdds 2 inches to doorways, allowing barrier-free access for most wheelchairs, walkers and transfer chairsAn easy, inexpensive way to expand and widen most doorway openingsInstalls using the same screws and holes as the existing hingeDecorative brass finish looks attractiveComes with two hinges per packageThree-hole side measures 2 x 3.5 inches”

Product Features

  • ADDS 2 INCHES TO DOORWAYS, ALLOWING BARRIER-FREE ACCESS for most wheelchairs, walkers and transfer chairs. The 3-hole side measures 2 x 3.5 inches
  • AN EASY, INEXPENSIVE WAY to expand most doorway openings
  • INSTALLS USING THE SAME SCREWS AND HOLES as the existing hinge
  • DECORATIVE BRASS FINISH looks attractive
  • Ideal for narrow doorways

Comments

Anonymous says:

Inferior Product Is Overpriced This type of hinge, known as a setback or swing-clear, is used to add clearance to a doorway, by moving the edge of the door behind the jam when opened. It is useful for wheelchair passage in narrow doorways. I purchased 2 pair after searching locally and having no luck. Despite the attractive photo, this hardware is not worth the excessively high price. They arrived quickly but after opening, I saw some problems immediately. The finish on one pair was damaged, the brass-colored plating flaking…

Anonymous says:

Installation recommendation “Nice item, well made, but edge radius of hinge pockets will need some material removed from mortise if hinge being replaced is newer style with rounded corners. Hinge will not work if door casing has been ripped to fit against adjacent wall . Typical clearance of 2 1/4″ needed from jamb mortise to adjacent wall. In other words, if you have a door that is closer than usual to a wall, you will need 2 1/4″ from the old hinge for this to work. The bend is 2 1/4”. When installing,…

Anonymous says:

Not perfect but they work. First, nothing is perfect. These aren’t perfect. They only come in sets of two. No instructions so you will have to figure out exactly how they are installed ( The angled part of the hung goes up against your trim on the side of the door swing in-ward & install in exactly the same recessed spot as your old ones.) Save your old screws because they don’t give you any. Made of a thinner metal and pin than a normal door hinge. Little bit pricey for the quality. You may have to use a pin punch (or…

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