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  1. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $309.00
  2. Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $299.99
  3. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 36 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 36 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $99.00
  4. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Contemporary Style Measuring 42 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Contemporary Style Measuring 42 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $129.99
  5. Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $499.99
  6. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Contemporary Style Measuring 30 in. by 96 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Contemporary Style Measuring 30 in. by 96 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $309.00
  7. Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 42 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 42 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $549.00
  8. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 60 in. by 96 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 60 in. by 96 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $99.00
  9. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 32 in. by 96 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 32 in. by 96 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $269.99
  10. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $129.99
  11. Slab only Oak Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Oak Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $549.00
  12. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Price: $299.99
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Top 3 Shopping Tipsbarn door with glass

While a lot of barn doors are wood, perfect for that rustic look, that isn't your only choice. If your home is a bit more modern, then you might prefer barn doors with glass. Discover what you should know before you start shopping. This includes the kind of glass you should pick and some info about your options there. Then, find out what comes in a door kit and how you can hang your new doors.

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Glass Choices

The glass used for barn doors is tempered safety glass. You might be familiar with it already from automobile windows. Sometimes called toughened glass, it's glass that's been processed to be stronger than regular glass. That means that it's harder to break and if it does break, it shatters into smaller pieces.  It's available in a choice of hues and styles. You can choose plain clear glass, for example, but if you want more privacy, then you'll want a tinted or decorative glass. This is ideal for bathroom and bedroom doors, in particular.

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Kit and Caboodle

When you're picking out a barn door with glass, you will need to decide if you want to buy a door kit or just the door slab. The latter is exactly what it sounds like—just the doors themselves. The kit includes everything else you'll need to hang the door, like the rails and the associated hardware. The kit can make everything much more convenient, but if you really want to customize your look, you may want to buy parts separately. That way, you can pick out the exact styles and colors you want.

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How to Hang

As with all barn doors, you have a few options when it comes to hanging your glass doors. The most common way is above the door on the wall. They will hang from and slide on a rail above the door frame. This gives you options for customizing your rail. Some people prefer to hide the rail, though, with a custom-made valance that covers it. Keep in mind that this can make it trickier to do repairs. Your other option, particularly if you don't have the space or means to mount the rail on the wall are ceiling-mounted barn doors.

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What to Consider When Buying a Barn Door with Glass

Barn doors are making their mark in the interior design arena. They are especially popular in smaller rooms or hallways where floor space is valuable. The door remains tight to the wall during opening instead of swinging, making it easier to take advantage of every inch in cramped areas of the home.

A barn door with glass can be a superb option when you want to bring more light into a space. The glass panels allow light to transfer between two rooms, which can significantly brighten areas with poor lighting like closets and hallways.

Generally, you have three options when it comes to glass:

  • Clear or Transparent
  • Textured or Frosted
  • Stained

Each type of glass affects the overall aesthetic and impacts the level of privacy in the adjoining spaced. While the clear or transparent glass allows more light into the space, it does tend to allow for less privacy so maybe the textured or frosted glass meets your needs.

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Privacy Considerations

The amount of privacy you require from your barn door with glass will vary depending on which rooms or spaces it’s connecting. For example, privacy may be a bigger concern for bedrooms, bathrooms, and closets, but less so between a living room and office. While most barn doors with glass are used inside, if it’s on the outside of a building, do you really want everyone to see what’s inside when they pass by?

Clear glass allows the most to light penetrate the space but does nothing to disguise what is on the other side of the door. Textured or frosted glass increases the level of privacy but may impact the amount of light that can pass through it. Stained glass isn’t guaranteed to obscure what is behind a door, though it can. With a beautiful stained-glass piece, the depth of the colors or intricacy of the design can make it harder to see through, and some stained glass is intentionally opaque. Before selecting a barn door with glass, it’s important to consider the level of privacy you require to ensure you choose the ideal option.

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Full Kit or Slab

When you buy a barn door with glass, you may have two options: slab or full kit. If you buy a slab, all you will typically receive is the door itself. This means that any hardware, including the mounting track, wheels, and door handle, may have to be purchased separately before you can hang your barn door. You may well be able to complete all of the installation yourself, but you might also need to have a professional do it for you.

In comparison, a full kit barn door with glass comes with everything you need to install your door aside from tools. You’ll receive the door and all of the hardware., Some of the installation process (like the mounting of the wheels) may already be done for you too. This can be a more efficient approach, though you might not get as many options when it comes to finishes.

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Materials

In most cases, a barn door with glass is designed to be installed in a home’s interior. Since it won’t be exposed to the elements, this can make a wood door a great choice. Wood is incredibly durable, and minor scratches can typically be repaired quickly. There are many types of wood available which can match your home’s interior finishes, so be sure to look at all of the possibilities available to you.

You also have the widest selection of finishes, as wood can be stained, painted, or simply sealed. However, wood can be a more expensive choice, and there are alternatives available. Often, you can find composite or MDF barn doors with glass. But, if you go that direction, your only option is to paint the surface of the door if they aren’t covered in real wood veneers.

Questions And Answers

How heavy are barn doors?
The weight for barn doors would vary depending on the type of material that is being used. However, most barn doors are in excess of 200 pounds.
How much is a sliding barn door?
A sliding barn door could cost as little as $200 or even a bit less for the simplest doors. However, some sliding barn doors could be around $1,000.
Do the rails always come with the barn door?
No, barn doors do not always include the rails. You should check what is included with the purchase before you buy to ensure that the rails will or will not be part of your purchase.
what is the best color for a barn door?
There is not one specific color that is best for your barn door. If you are going to paint the door, just be sure to get fade resistant paint.
How do you make a sliding barn door?
First, you will need to measure the opening. Then, pick the material that you want to use for your door and cut it to size. You will need to install the track and all hardware. Once everything has been installed you can hang the door on to the track.
Are Barn Doors easy to open?
Yes, they are. Barn doors a very easy to open. You will simply slide the door back and forth on the track to the opened and closed positions. These are probably one of the easiest doors to open there is no need to turn a handle.
How do you install a pocket door?
The opening will need to be cut first. You will then make the door’s frame. After you have done these two steps, you can install the pocket door into that opening.
How do you install sliding barn doors?
First, you will need to attach the mounting board, as well as cut and assemble the actual track. Then, you will need to drill the track holes and install the spacers and track. Finally, attach the rollers and hang your new barn doors on the track.
What is the average price of a barn door?
The price of a barn door can be quite the range. However, the average cost for this type of door would range from around $250 to $1,000.
Do barn doors lock?
The barn doors that are single-hung aren’t supposed to lock. However, there are many barn doors that can have locks installed into them or that already come with a lock on them.
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How To Install Barn Door Hardware

If you have been thinking about adding a new sliding barn door to your home now might just be the right time to do it. While it is not easy, it is a project that you can do yourself at home. You will need the tools, materials, time, and the ability to follow step by step instructions. Once you have these things you will be well on your way to installing your new barn door hardware.

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How To Install Barn Doors Inside

It seems as if one of the leading and recent trends is the installation of an interior barn door. This step is important to either provide some privacy or to add a decorative element, and in some cases to reduce unwanted noise.

Unlike typical swinging doors, barn doors do not sweep across your usable floor area‚, so they are well suited for crowded and tight spaces. The installation of an interior barn door, whether new or a retrofit over existing openings, is often a simple DIY job. It is a lot easier compared to adding an interior swinging door or, framing a pocket door which is even more difficult. Also, the rustic or vintage impression of barn-door hardware often suits the indoor space better compared to most contemporary, off-the-shelf doors.

Follow this step-by-step tutorial to install an interior barn door and make more efficient use of your indoor space. This project requires plenty of drilling and metal will easily get hot when you drill into it. Therefore, make sure you are wearing goggles. When drilling holes, it is ideal to work with drill lubricant as it will make this process faster and easier.

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How To Build Sliding Barn Doors

Sometimes it makes since to save a little money and try to preform a task on your own. If you are looking to save then you might want to try building your sliding barn doors from home. There is no doubt that the task will take up some of your time but if you are working on a budget then this might be the best choice for you.

You will need to make a trip to the hardware store to make sure that you have all the supplies needed. Once you have everything, you are ready to get started. Don't worry, with the right tools and direction you are sure to have your sliding door built and functioning just the way you would like.

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Modern Barn Doors

If you are looking to add something special in a smaller space, you might want to consider installing a modern barn door. This will update the area without taking as much space as a standard door. Also, while you might think choices are limited because they are great for smaller spaces and because they are “barn” doors, there is such a range of different design options that you are sure to find the perfect fit for your home. If you want to update a smaller area or if you need more space, it only takes about a day to install an interior barn door. read more

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Metal Barn Doors

There is no secret in the fact that metal barn doors and sliding doors have grown quickly in popularity and they make an impact that is stunning in commercial and residential applications. These doors are appearing in designer lofts and homes throughout the country and are catching on as a functional door that provides that specific look combining industrial with beauty of brushed metal. You may have a very contemporary space where everything is sleek, or it might be one that is more rustic which textures throughout, but by installing a metal barn door you will add that extra touch that says, see I do have a sense of style! If you have been considering metal barn doors, then this just might be the place where you can gather the necessary information to make a final decision on whether these doors are best for you or not. Remember that there are many styles of doors, materials to choose from, and other options that can make your door uniquely yours and provide you with just what you are looking for. Keep reading to learn much more about these great doors and how they can benefit you. read more

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Custom Barn Doors

When considering your options for buying new doors, there are many choices. You may be looking at the barn doors. If you are, then the custom barn doors may be your best option. You want to make sure the door you get is functional, high-quality, has a great appeal, and depending on where you plan to install it, holds up to harsh weather. The great news is there are many custom barn doors that will do this for you. If you want to know more about how to choose the perfect one for your home, there are some tips and considerations that you would want to think about. Custom barn doors are available in many finishes, styles, designs and materials. This means you will always be able to get one that matches the look of your home. Be sure to check them all out and imagine how each will look. Then decide if it provides you with the appearance you enjoy. Your taste, your style – it’s your place, so make it your own. read more

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