With the Inger Pull there are no limitations. Wood or glass doors? Sliding, hinged or pivot application? Custom 41" length? Single or double-sided configuration? We designed Inger for it all. A suite of options make this door pull truly unique and capable of fitting any project.
Selecting the right door pull for a diverse project can be daunting. We get that. Inger is designed to remove constraints and make that process easy.
With Inger, you can customize length from 12" to 120" for a perfect fit. Extend to the full height of your door for a grand statement, or keep Inger short and utilitarian for a smaller space. Inger follows your lead.
Standard lengths of 16", 24" and 48" are offered for those times when a standard approach works just fine.
Inger can be a unifying element across all different types of openings.
Match your pulls across sliding and hinged doors by utilizing Inger's unique stand-offs. The flush option is ideal for sliding doors, and with stand-offs the pull is perfect for hinged and pivot doors.
Single-sided versions come with a "blind mount", eliminating fasteners on the opposite side of the door. We believe your hardware should perform flawlessly, and not reveal how.
We believe products should not only look amazing, they should also be easy to specify, order and install. With Inger, you have an exceptional amount of flexibility at each stage of the project.
Not sure what length will best fit your project? Inger allows you to simply cut to length on-site.
This also provides exceptional flexibility in mounting to your door panel. Unlike all other door pulls, Inger conforms to your door panel hole spacing.
Our step-by-step product builder ensures you'll get the right configuration for your installation. And don’t worry about making the wrong selection. We review every order to make sure our hardware works with your project. Need further assistance? Just give us a call: 503 292 6998. We're here to help.
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Designed specifically for sliding doors, intuitively preventing users from pushing or pulling the door.
This premium directional finish is consistently our most popular. Parts are precisely textured with a fine linear or circular grain. Often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish, the fine linear graining is smooth to the touch and adds a sophisticated texture to the product.
This premium linear or circular grain finish is far from lost in the rich black color of the product. Often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish, this fine graining is smooth to the touch and adds a sophisticated texture to the product. The final finish is either achieved through a specialized two-step electrolytic anodizing process, or a highly durable etching process. Unlike paint, plating, and powder coat, this finish will not crack, chip, or flake.