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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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  4. 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  5. 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  6. 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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  8. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  9. Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  10. Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 60 in. by 96 in.view
    Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Modern 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  11. Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  12. Slab only Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Cedar 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  13. Full Kit Fir Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 72 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Fir Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 72 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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Top Three Shopping TipsClassic Barn Doors

It's hard to argue that classic barn doors aren't popular. According to many real estate websites, barn doors are one of those home features that can not only raise a home's sale price, but can also help it sell faster. As they've become more widespread, everyone wants to put their own spin on them.

However, you can't go wrong with classic barn doors. If you're intrigued by classic barn doors, see what they're all about before you start shopping. Learn, for instance, if they will fit in with your home's décor. In addition, discover what spaces they're not right for and finally, find out whether you should make them yourself.

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The Style Chameleon

Despite having a traditional design, the classic barn door can fit in with more home décor styles than you might think. While the classic barn door is perfect for homes with a rustic style, the classic barn door doesn't have to be, for instance, a Z-style door made of reclaimed wood. It could be a simple wooden barn door, for example, that would look good in homes with styles from classic Colonial to Craftsman to Gothic. Because you have so many options when it comes to hardware, you can use the track to personalize the door to your style, if you choose. In other words, if you wanted to keep the rustic look, you could choose a sturdy dark metal track that contrasts well with the rough-hewn wood.

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Picking the Right Space

When you're installing a barn door, it's as important to pick the appropriate room as it is to pick the right door. Barn doors can be easier to install than traditional doors, but they may not be right for all homes or all rooms. First of all, you'll need enough wall space for them to hang freely when the door space is open. That means not only having the space, but also giving up that space where you might have placed wall art or storage, among other things. Installing barn doors in spaces that need to be private or quiet is also not a good idea. Classic barn doors are meant to partition spaces, but they're not completely soundproof. They need space away from the door frame to hang and move.

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Do You DIY

As you're shopping for barn doors, you might get the urge to make your own. After all, the classic barn door is just a rustic slab of wood. In addition, if you want something that's truly one-of-a-kind, you can use reclaimed wood—actual barn wood, for example. However, there are some things you should take into consideration before you DIY. First of all, there's the cost. As barn doors have become more popular and more available, prices have dropped somewhat. Nevertheless, it can be cheaper to make the doors yourself, especially if you use cheap wood. However, cost isn't the only factor you should consider. You should also think about time and skill. If you don't have the time or intermediate skill to build these doors, you're better off buying them premade.

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Classic Barn Doors – Buying Vs DIY (Do-It-Yourself)

Have barn doors been on your mind recently? You may have been debating on the differences between buying a pre-made barn door and making one yourself. If you already know barn doors are for you and are aware of all the great benefits that you get from them, then all you need to do is figure out the best method for obtaining them. It will probably so much quicker to just order it and have it done, but where’s the joy in that really? Maybe take a little more time to think it over and consider these three items:

  • Price
  • Time
  • Skills

Barn doors have become more popular, people really like the great look and feel they provide in a room. You can see them everywhere and on every room. Where in your home will you install yours? You will want to take careful consideration of the location that you choose for them, this is because they don’t provide complete privacy and a seal like a traditional door. Therefore, they may not be the best option, for example, used as a bathroom door. But, if used on a closet or office space, you’ll have total access quickly as well as add a unique accent to your room.

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Price

One of the most important aspects of any purchase is the price. You might wonder if you can save money by making these doors on your own as opposed to purchasing them. The answer is yes, in most cases, you will be able to save money when taking on barn doors as a DIY project. When you are considering this, be sure to price out the parts you’ll need such as hardware on the door, on the rail it will slide on, and the door material itself. How does that compare with purchasing a ready-made classic barn door kit that has everything included down to the specific sized screws required.

However, if you don’t already own the needed tools then this project might be much costlier than you think. You should also take into consideration that if you make a mistake and damage any materials you are using you will then have to buy more. This can increase the cost of making the doors yourself as well. You can look at the style of barn doors you are interested in and then compare the price you see for similar doors to the price of the materials you will need to build the door for an accurate comparison.

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Time

You also need to think about the amount of time it will take you to build the barn doors. Purchasing local doors will allow you to have them in a day or less in most cases. If the door needs to be shipped, you are looking at it taking a few days to a week, or longer in some cases, for shipping and delivery. Are you on a limited time schedule of when you want to get it installed? If you’re doing that yourself as well, do you have the time to build it as well as installing the classic barn door?

If you build the door you will need at least a full day between gathering your materials and building it, in some cases, it could take much longer than this depending on your speed. Time is always a factor, as people like to say, time is money. Therefore, you want to really consider how much time you would need to invest. If you are a very busy person then purchasing the doors pre-built is likely going to be your best bet. Take just a minute to estimate the actual per hour rate you’d reasonable get for your time and then multiply that by the cost of the door, and you may see why it is more important to order one today.

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Skills

Lastly, you need to evaluate your skills. Not everyone is such a great handyman and even those who are, don’t always like to have to take part in their own home repairs and remodeling projects. Those who are less skilled should purchase their door already assembled because there are some enhanced skills that need to be had to complete a DIY barn door. If you are skilled and understand basic measuring and cutting methods, then building the door could very well be an option for you. Can you ensure the rail is hung level as well as be able to install the door in place? What about attaching the hardware to the piece of wood you are using? Drills, screwdrivers, a hammer, etc are all required and may be in the tool closet ready to go.

One of the most important things to remember when considering a barn door and whether you should purchase or build, is the warranty. There is certain to be no warranty on the door that you construct personally, however, on a pre-built door you should have a warranty for a certain period, covering the door if something were to go wrong with it along with the functioning of the hardware.

Questions And Answers

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.

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.

What keeps a sliding barn door from swinging?

A sliding door is prevented from swinging because of the bottom track. The bottom track keeps the bottom door in a straight line, preventing damage to walls and the baseboards as the door is opened and close. These tracks are found on glass, as well as wooden, barn doors.

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.

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.

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.

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.

How can I lock my sliding glass door?

There are locks on sliding glass doors. However, you can also put a dowel into the bottom track of the door and this will keep the door from budging even if someone gets through the lock.

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 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.

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DO IT YOURSELF

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How To Build A Barn Door

Interior barn doors are a different and stylish way to create privacy between rooms. Depending on how you choose to style the door, they can into a variety of different interior styles. Luckily, you can build your own custom interior barn door for your home. Just follow the steps below and modify whatever you need to fit your space.

The project will take some time, probably a couple of days, but having the door custom made for your home and feeling the pride of knowing that you built that door yourself make this project well worth the time and effort.

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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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Interior Barn Doors For Sale

Ah, the famous interior barn door. It seems like nothing has captured the imagination of homeowners as much as interior rolling door systems since the advent of French doors. Made of almost any type of material you could think of, interior barn doors add plenty of style and character to any interior space. Moreover, whether you decide to use rustic , wrought iron, steel or other metal, along with the many door material choices, there are endless hardware options to choose from. One of the most notable benefits of using interior barn doors in homes, offices or other buildings, is they are great at saving space. With a barn door, provided there is sufficient space along the wall to allow it to slide open and shut, you will have no concern regarding less floor space. They slide to the side rather than opening in or out, so you won’t need to have so much clearance when you pull it open. Interior barn doors are also quite lightweight, making them easy to open. This can be particularly helpful in locations where the elderly and small children would struggle  to handle the weight of regular doors. Interior barn doors are also very easy to install and require minimal materials, tools and time. Because of their unique appearance, minimal installation requirements, and maintenance needs, they are popular among home owners and architects alike. However, consider the following when choosing your interior barn door. read more

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Stile And Rail Doors

Whether your home is modern, traditional, or somewhere in between, installing stile and rail doors is a guaranteed way to add visual interest and a degree of style. While the look is most often associated with the Craftsman period, it is actually stylistically flexible, depending on what other design elements are present. Stile and rail doors feature a specific kind of construction. The name derives from the presence of two rails and two stiles that effectively frame a center recessed panel. While solid wood is a classic choice for stile and rail doors, it isn’t the only option available. This allows you to find versions that are less expensive than solid wood, allowing shoppers with a tight budget to get the right look at a price they can afford. read more

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Cheap Barn Doors

Is it time to make a change inside of it, you can get barn doors for your home. This could help improve the overall look of your home and the rooms inside of your home as well. The problem is some people are on a budget and they don’t want to be or can’t be spending a lot of money on doors and other home improvements. The good news is there are many cheap barn doors that you could pick from. The material they are made from varies so you will be able to choose the one that best fits you. When you get these barn doors, you will still get the benefits of having a barn door, while being able to save money at the same time. If you are into having barn doors for your home, that is something you can do. The rustic appearance of barn doors is one that is unmatched. You don’t need to spend a lot of money because you can buy cheap barn doors and still reap the benefits of other more expensive barn doors. read more

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