It may be helpful to take a look at several instances where invisible hinges make the most sense. We’ll go over several of these scenarios and discuss the benefits.
Number One: Building or Remodeling Your Own Property
If you’re looking to build a new home that could be the last one you live in, quality is something that will always be on the forefront of your mind. Everything that you put on or in your home needs to be scrutinized.
Sure, budgets exist. But creating clean lines and elegant entryways aren’t a place to save a buck. Spend a little extra on quality invisible hinges.
Our invisible hinges are built to last, and once installed correctly, you will never have a door or cabinet give you problems. How do we know? Well, we’ve been making them for over 100 years and some of those early editions are still opening and closing doors 100 years later!
Number Two: Building Luxury Property
Nice condos, high-end apartments, or large homes are prime real estate for our hinges. People always like to “kick the tires”. And with all of the flipping and building going on, it’s kind of expected that things look nice.
It’s the “extra mile” that really moves property.
Laminate, or hardwood? Marble or quartz? It’s decisions like this that add to Realtors conversations with prospective buyers. Hinges can be on this list. How about doors and cabinets that are seemingly hung from nothing and will last decades?
This could be a selling point that helps push buyers over the edge.
Number Three: Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, and Cottage Rentals
If you are a small hotelier looking to keep your market share, it’s the quality and look that is going to do it.
Beyond having stellar hospitality, great food, and comfy bedding—it’s all about the style and “feel” of your location. Help it along by creating smooth, clean lines using invisible hinges. Sure, your guests won’t say “I love those hinges”, but they will absolutely love the look of your rooms and guest areas.
They’ll also last a lifetime.
Number Four: Replacement Doors and Cabinets
Even if you’re not doing a full remodel, sometimes things break. This is especially true if you are using typical hinges. If they were installed improperly or just aged, doors can sometimes start to stick and drag the ground.
If you don’t want that to happen anymore—use a good quality invisible hinge. The SOSS invisible hinges are designed and built to remain on the doors for their entire lifetime without ever dragging or sticking.
If you’re ready to start one of these projects, or any other area that invisible hinges would be needed, take a look at our catalog.