Leading Supplier of Handles
Why choose Unico to supply your handles?
We have over 50 years experience and work with the retail, trade and domestic markets, supplying high quality handles. Selecting the right handle ensures your doors and furniture have a smart and professional finish. So whether you are looking for a modern, contemporary or more rustic look to your door and furniture, we can help you find the handle you are looking for.
Our experienced staff are on hand to source the most suitable handle or knob. We are proud of our excellent service ratings and look forward to supplying the parts you need.
Our range of quality handles
We stock and supply a vast range of handles and from leading manufacturers. So if you’re looking for a D handle or drop handle, bar handle or pull handle or even handle screws, we are confident that we will be able to supply the correct handle that you require.
Can't find the handle you are looking for?
If you are looking for a specific handle and can't find what you are looking for, whether it is for a door cupboard or kitchen unit, our staff are on hand to help with your individual requirements. You can rest assured that you will receive a prompt and reliable service from an established and proven handle supplier.
I don't know which handle I need?
If you are not sure which handle would best suit your cabinet door, drawer or cupboard, simply contact us by phone, email or complete our online form and one of our experienced staff will be able to offer help and advice to ensure we source the correct part to suit your specific needs.
Do you offer accounts to trade people?
We work with a large number of trade people, furniture manufacturers and designers, supplying single handles and knobs to fulfilling bulk orders. Get in touch with us directly to set up your trade account in just a few simple steps.
Questions we are often asked about handles:
How do I fit a handle?
The process is the same as fixing knobs to frontals, but requires two holes to be drilled that are the correct distance apart to accommodate the handle. Always use a ruler to measure the distance between the holes, which you then transpose onto the back of your cabinet door, ensuring the marks are straight and parallel to the top and side, depending on the handle's orientation.