All your household hardware
When renovating or building a new home, sometimes it’s the minor details that have a significant impact on the final result that slip under the radar.
That is why you should go to Architectural Hardware Solutions (AHS) in Albany for all your door and handle requirements.
New to the area since February this year, the business prides itself on providing a personalised service to clients near and far, stocking a wide range of household hardware – from doorknobs and locks to bathroom and kitchen hardware.
With over 25 years’ experience in the building industry on both commercial and residential projects the founders recognised a need to supply cost effective, high quality building products to builders and renovators.
‘‘There are a number of companies selling window and door hardware but there are very few whose sales staff understand the complexities and fitting variations available to solve their customers’ requirements,’’ they say.
AHS can not only save you in your pocket but also in time by ensuring you get the right products for the right applications.
Sourcing material from the biggest and best names in the business, AHS are the go to people when you want affordable top quality products, and service at a personal level.
When visiting the showroom, you will find hardware sourced from Windsor Brass, Miles Nelson, Delf Architectural, Shlage, Lockwood, Mardeco, Gainsborough, Sylvan, Kethy, Kaba, Ezset, Jaeco, Samson, Cambrian Engineering, Artia, Interlock, Yale, Stefano Orlati, Drake & Wrigley, Chant, Legge and Gait Trading – as well as a wide range of doors from Parkwood Doors, Superior Doors, CS For Doors, and blinds from SP Blinds.
With over 40 doors on display in the store, all fitted with a variety of hardware, clients have the luxury of knowing exactly what they are buying, and how it will look in their home.
The showroom also has over 65 display boards of hardware ranging in price and features, so you can find what you want no matter what your budget is.
With a network of installers available to them, the company can also recommend someone to professionally fit your new hardware if you do not have the DIY skills yourself.