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High-Quality Door Hardware From Baldwin

Baldwin Hardware is one of the leading hardware manufacturers around the world. Even after operating for over 70 years, Baldwin continues to innovate and reimagine door hardware. Buying Baldwin means buying cutting edge door hardware with a timeless appearance that was built to last a lifetime. Access Residential Hardware is proud to offer a wide selection of Baldwin Estate and Baldwin Reserve hardware products.

About Baldwin Hardware

Baldwin Hardware is an American manufacturer with a rich history that embodies the fulfillment of the American dream. Baldwin Hardware was founded by Severin Fayerman in 1946.

Severin was born and raised in Poland. His family owned Silesia Screw Co. before it was seized by the German army. Severin was forced to survive on his own at the age of 17 when his mother, father, and uncle were imprisoned in German concentration camps.

Severin immigrated to the United States in 1945 and purchased the Baldwin Tool and Die company a year later. Baldwin initially only manufactured letter boxes stamped from sheets of brass, but the company quickly expanded to produce other forms of home hardware.

Baldwin has been a leader in hardware manufacturing for over 70 years. Baldwin was the first company to forge solid brass door hardware. Baldwin also developed the first lifetime PVD finish for decorative hardware. Baldwin is the exclusive manufacturer of Lifetime Satin and Polished Nickel finishes. Baldwin’s gift products were the gift of choice for the Eisenhower White House. Baldwin also created never-to-be-replicated rim locks for Jacqueline Kennedy’s Martha’s Vineyard retreat house.

Baldwin is a brand you can trust for high-quality, timeless door hardware that will provide security and style to your doors.

Why Add Baldwin Hardware To Your Doors?

Baldwin is one of the most revered names in door hardware for a reason. There are several benefits you receive when you choose Baldwin hardware for your home.

Handcrafted Beauty

Baldwin hardware has, and continues to be produced by hand. Each piece is carefully constructed by master craftsmen to create a signature look. Baldwin artisans transform raw brass with a refined process that involves heat forging, stamping, sanding, and polishing. Hand production ensures that all Baldwin hardware is free of imperfections and built to last a lifetime.

Many Styles To Choose From

You’ll have no difficulty finding a style you love with Baldwin. Baldwin’s Estate line is one of the most customizable lines available in the market. The options for your door hardware are nearly endless. Access Residential Hardware offers Baldwin hardware in the following styles and colors:

  • American Classic
  • Contemporary
  • Rustic
  • Traditional
  • Dark Bronze
  • Flat Black
  • Matte Antique Nickel
  • Matte Brass & Black
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Polished Brass
  • Polished Chrome
  • Polished Nickel
  • Satin Black
  • Satin Nickel
  • Unlacquered Brass
  • Venetian Bronze
  • White Bronze

Easy Installation

High-quality hardware doesn’t have to be complicated. Baldwin’s hardware is easy to install and all Baldwin products come with installation instructions. Baldwin door hardware can be installed in under 10 minutes.

Baldwin Products We Offer

Access Residential Hardware offers a wide array of Baldwin products across several different hardware categories. Below is a list of the different types of Baldwin products we offer on our online shop.

Why Order Baldwin Hardware From Access Residential Hardware?

Access Residential Hardware strives to be a trusted source for quality affordable door hardware. We offer very competitive prices for our Baldwin hardware products and free shipping on all orders. We’ve been serving homeowners, builders, and architects for over 30 years and we’re confident you’ll be more than satisfied with your order.

You’re not just getting a great product at a great price when you order from Access Residential Hardware - you’re also receiving an unrivaled level of customer service. We’re a family-owned business based out of Michigan that has built a reputation working side-by-side with our customers to select the best possible hardware for each unique project. You’ll have no trouble reaching a hardware specialist during our office hours (Monday - Friday: 8am-5pm).

Questions? Contact Our Hardware Specialists

Our hardware specialists are here to serve you. We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have about our Baldwin hardware products. We can also assist you in finding the best Baldwin product to meet your needs. You can speak to a hardware specialist by filling out a contact form.

Baldwin Hardware FAQs

What’s The Difference Between Baldwin Estate & Baldwin Reserve?

When you filter by brand on our site you’ll notice that we offer two different Baldwin portfolios: Estate and Reserve. There are a few big differences between the two portfolios.

Estate is the highest end portfolio that Baldwin offers. Estate hardware is more expensive, but every component of the hardware is manufactured with solid forged brass and the designs feature concealed screws for a cleaner look. Estate hardware is available in 17 different finishes and is the most customizable line from Baldwin. The one downside to the Estate line is that the handles can’t be reversed.

Reserve hardware is less expensive than Estate hardware. Only the handles are produced with solid forged brass and the screws are not concealed. Reserve hardware is available in 10 different finishes and the handles can be reversed.

Are Baldwin & Schlage Compatible?

Yes, both Baldwin Estate and Baldwin Reserve hardware can be keyed to the same key as Schlage hardware. Baldwin Prestige hardware cannot be keyed to the same key as Schlage hardware, but Access Residential Hardware does not offer any items from the Prestige line.

How Should Baldwin Hardware Be Cleaned?

Baldwin’s recommendations for hardware cleaning vary depending on the finish of the hardware. Baldwin recommends spraying rubbing alcohol on hardware with living finishes and allowing the hardware to air dry. For most other finishes, Baldwin recommends cleaning with warm, soapy water and drying the hardware with a towel.