I've got a handle on things now.....
Let's say 4 handles to be precise
I picked up these four yesterday. They look real good in person, not too big, not to skinny either. My little girl can free herself now from the HT when the doors close behind her.
They are not as bright as in the pics (as always)
Here's a close-up from the inside of the theater:
And also from inside - the full picture
Here is a more detailed pic of the handle
I've stained the door the the HT foyer darker and put up a clapper-board that I've purchased a few months ago. It now fits better with the rest of the dark furniture and frames in the house's entrance hall.
Now that I look back, alot of things were done the last couple of days!
The electrician came over as well and connected the electric cables to the main breaker box. I've now got two dedicated 20Amp lines to the HT for the equipment ect. I asked him to inspect the wiring I've done in the attic for the lights as well and he said everything looks good!
I've also finished the shelves for the equipment rack. They are now waiting to be filled with the components - they are going to wait a loooong time
The first two big switches on the bottom "shelve" are isolators. I've wired them so that they cut all power to the two 20Amp lines comming into the theater when switched off. That way, I know when I leave the HT nothing can happen to the electronics or cause a fire when I'm not there. They will also be isolated from lightning strikes as well.
Here is a pic of the multi-switch that'll power the equipment in the rack. It is also lightning and surge protected. There is another one in the back of the equipment room that powers the chairs, some lights, the outside/fresh air aircon ect.
Before I go, my lovely wifey and in-laws bought me this present for my birthday on Monday!! I'm very happy
Next big job is to stuff the attic with itchy pink stuff - any volunteers??