The Doorstop Upgrade adds features such as a post and a mating screw to improve on standard doorstops. The installer drills a hole through the receiving door, inserts the doorstop through one side and the mating screw through the other. Unlike other doorstops that bend or come loose, this approach produces a superior assembly which significantly resists failure.
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About Chad Husted
Chad is an assistant editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. A Purdue University graduate, Chad has covered sports and news at the high school, college and Olympic levels as a sports writer, editor and designer for multiple newspapers. Prior to joining the NRHA, he was the sports editor for the Herald Journal in Monticello, Indiana, and a designer and copy editor for the AIM Media Indiana group in Columbus, Indiana. When not cultivating his beard, he enjoys backpacking, cooking, traveling and watching too much sports and Netflix.