“We’re proud to provide Delaney door hardware to Home Town Takeover, with hopes to inspire and energize homeowners and communities to reinvent their spaces.”
ATLANTA (PRWEB) May 25, 2021
Delaney Hardware, a leading provider of premium door handles, is proud to announce that the company supplied products to the HGTV show Home Town Takeover, a six-episode limited series that premiered on Sunday, May 2. Delaney provided door hardware for homes and a business featured in the first three episodes of the series. Episodes air Sundays at 8pm EST on HGTV.
Home Town Takeover is a town-wide renovation that brings back hope to the community of Wetumpka, Ala. With help from HGTV superstars Ben and Erin Napier of Home Town and other guest experts, HGTV will help revitalize Wetumpka by renovating private residences, a public gathering space, and several buildings that house small businesses. HGTV selected Wetumpka from 5,000 submissions representing 2,600 towns from across the country because, despite hardships, natural disasters and unexpected setbacks, the community’s undying spirit and resilience showed that they were ready to kickstart a comeback with HGTV’s help.
Products provided by Delaney Hardware include two from the exclusive Modern Farmhouse Collection: the Visconti® two-piece handleset and Canova® egg-shaped knob. Created by the company’s founder Michael O’Bryan, the stately collection combines clean, straight lines with soft, rounded edges to complement a modern farmhouse. Delicate beveled borders add interest, while creating a simple, elegant tone. This collection is available in three finishes: oil-rubbed bronze, powder coated black, and satin nickel.
Premium Delaney door hardware in projects for Home Town Takeover include:
- Visconti® Entry Handlesets offer a modern farmhouse style in both satin nickel and black.
- Canova® Egg-Shaped Knobs provide farmhouse elegance in edged oil-rubbed bronze.
- Tralee® Entry Handleset in Tuscany bronze creates a sophisticated tone.
- Tulum Square® Door Handles add elegance, with a round knob set on a beveled rectangular backplate in an aged black finish.
- Aubryn knobs in polished chrome offer a traditional and timeless design.
- The Callan Square Deadbolt exudes style with graceful rounded edges in a black finish.
“We’re proud to provide Delaney door hardware to Home Town Takeover, with hopes to inspire and energize homeowners and communities to reinvent their spaces,” says Kathryn Towns, vice president of marketing. “Delaney Hardware is based in the small community of Cumming, Ga., so we recognize the importance of revitalizing other smaller communities like Wetumpka.”
Fans can connect with @DelaneyHardware on social media as well as with Ben, Erin and Home Town Takeover at HGTV.com. Fans also can follow @HGTV on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #LOVEMYHOMETOWN for additional show content, as well as follow Ben (@scotsman.co) and Erin (@erinapier) on Instagram.
Please visit http://www.DelaneyHardware.com for more details.
About Delaney Hardware
Delaney Hardware is a leading provider of premium builder hardware for residential homes, multi-family buildings, and commercial projects. With comprehensive, stylish collections that combine superior finishes and smooth mechanics, Delaney’s unwavering commitment to value, quality, and exceptional service distinguishes it from the rest of the industry. As part of the Sargent and Greenleaf (S&G) family of brands, Delaney offers a full portfolio of hardware including door hardware, digital locks, barn door hardware, bath accessories, commercial hardware, trim hardware, and steel doors and frames. For more information about Delaney, visit http://www.DelaneyHardware.com.
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