A well-made butt hinge is one that’s built to last. As a critical component of any door, these hinges are always in use, which makes their strength of great importance. A butt hinge typically has three or four knuckles that overlap each other, similar to a continuous hinge. What sets them apart is that the butt hinge is inset, or mortised, into the door and doorframe instead of mounted.
This section contains the sizes and numbers of butts which are considered standard and are usually carried in stock. These are surface type blank hinges without holes and less finish. They have spun or loose pins of similar material. Prices based on quantity of order are available upon request. Other gauges, widths, lengths, and pin materials can be made to order.