5 Reasons to Choose Recessed Pull Handles

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Pull handles are available in different styles. While some of them feature a protruding handle, others feature a recessed handle. Known as recessed pull handles, you can use them to open doors, cabinets and drawers. Recessed pull handles simply “recede” into the surface on which they are installed. Here are five reasons to choose recessed pull handles.

#1) Safety

Since they don’t feature a protruding handle, recessed pull handles are safe for the workplace. You don’t have to worry about bumping into a protruding handle — something that could otherwise cause bodily injury. Recessed pull handles have a recessed design that promotes a safe working environment.

#2) Converse Space

Recessed pull handles conserve space. If you’re looking for pull handles to use in a small area, you may want to choose recessed pull handles. Traditional pull handles with a producing handle will inevitably consume more space. As a result, you may not be able to use them in small areas. Recessed pull handles offer a convenient alternative. They serve the same purpose as traditional pull handles but feature a space-saving recessed design.

#3) Durability

You don’t have to worry about recessed pull handles breaking or degrading. They are manufactured with an emphasis on durability. There are stainless steel recessed pull handles that offer a balanced combination of strength and corrosion resistance. They are strong, yet they are also resistant to rust and corrosion.

#4) Ergonomics

Another reason to choose recessed pull handles is ergonomics. While there are different types of recessed pull handles, they are all ergonomic. Ergonomic means that they are comfortable and easy to use. You won’t strain your hand when using them. On the contrary, recessed pull handles are easy to use. You can use them multiple times a day without experiencing any pain or discomfort.

#5) Easy to Install

Recessed pull handles are easy to install. Most of them feature through holes for threaded fasteners. To install a recessed pull handle, you’ll need to cut out a section of the surface on which you intend to install it. The cutout should match the shape and depth of the recessed pull handle. You can then place the recessed pull handle inside of the cutout, followed by securing it with a set of threaded fasteners.

In Conclusion

If you’re looking to buy new pull handles, you may want to choose recessed pull handles. Some pull handles have a protruding handle. Recessed pull handles do not. Instead, they feature a recessed design that you grip and pull.

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