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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 Mahogany Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 72 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany 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+
  3. Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Classic 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+
  4. Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 36 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Traditional 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+
  5. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Classic 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+
  6. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Rustic 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+
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  8. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany 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+
  9. Slab only Cherry Barn Door in a Contemporary Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Cherry Barn Door in a Contemporary 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+
  10. Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 32 in. by 96 in.view
    Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Classic 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  11. 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+
  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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  13. Slab only Mahogany Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 42 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Mahogany 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).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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Top Three Shopping TipsCloset Barn Doors

Barn doors are a popular option today for closet doors. Why? Because they’re perfect for smaller bedrooms without a lot of extra space for doors that swing open into the room. Swinging doors limit your furniture arrangement while closet barn doors remain out of the way whether they’re open or closed.

You’ll love how closet barn doors look in your bedroom. You’ll especially love how they give you full access to everything in your closet when they’re open. Before you purchase closet barn doors for your home, there are a few things you need to take into consideration. Here are three shopping tips for closet barn doors.

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Always choose quality hardware

If you’re trying to save a buck, it’s best not to skimp on the hardware for your closet barn door. The hardware needs to perform well when you open or close your closet doors. It will also be one of the first things noticed when you walk into your bedroom. It needs to look great. The hardware for your closet barn door includes the rail you install at the header of the door on which you closet barn doors slide. Choosing a top quality rail means you’ll have closet barn doors that slide effortlessly and quietly. Finally, quality hardware is more durable, so you’ll spend less money and less time on maintenance, repairs, and upkeep.

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Make sure you have the right space

While closet barn doors are attractive and stylish additions to almost any home decor, you need to to accommodate them. A closet barn door saves you space in the bedroom by not swinging out, but you need plenty of wall space for the door to slide over when it opens. To make sure you have the right amount of wall space, measure your closet door opening and then double it. For example, if your closet door opening is 3 feet, you’ll need 6 feet of total wall space for the door to slide. If you’re using double closet barn doors that open to either side of your closet, you must cover the opening and the width of the door on each side of your closet.

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You may need to add structural support

Closet barn doors are heavy, sometimes weighing several hundred pounds. To support that weight safely and securely, you need to make sure you have a header in place. A header can be a sturdy piece of wood the length of your rail that’s bolted into the studs in your wall. When you have your closet barn doors installed, the rail hardware will be securely connected to the header attached to the studs. This offers plenty of support for the weight of the barn doors. Sometimes a rail can be mounted directly onto the wall studs above the door, but consider a header as an insurance policy. It also gives you the extra space you need from the door’s frame for your closet barn doors to clear the trim when sliding.

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Nothing seems to capture the imagination of a homeowner quite like a rolling door assembly since French doors were introduced. Barn doors are made of almost every material that you can think of, they can add style and character to any space. Using bare, natural wood, gives you a rustic appearance and show the door’s construction but a beautiful piece of polished metal makes it look very contemporary.

Options for hardware may also seem as endless as the door material because you can go old school using wrought iron or use steel to be streamlined. With so many options available when it comes to barn doors you are sure to find something great, as long as you take the time to make a well thought out purchase.

There are many things that you need to consider though before you just run off and start purchasing things. Things to consider range from cost of material to accessibility concerns. Because it is going on your closet, if in the bedroom what is the atmosphere it creates? Below are a few questions that you should ask before you install your new barn doors.

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Structural Stability

Is the structure stable? This is very important to consider before you add or remove from a structure that is existing, you need to be sure it won't be compromised in any way. Unless there is a set of plans for you to look over for your home, you have no way of knowing, solely by looking, if the door was adequately framed beneath the drywall. It might be that you need to have a professional come and look at the wall before you make any decisions.

The barn door evenly distributes the weight across the header, the track point load, the door and hardware are on the exterior of the frame. You need to know if the door or doors that you are going to purchase are too heavy to be placed on the track system that they will utilize. This is important if this is going to be a do-it-yourself project so maybe you should consider a very light weight material such as aluminum for the door’s construction. Whatever your decision, you’ll want to go through all of the steps to ensure safety before making any purchase.

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Accessibility

What is the door supposed to be covering? What works for one person does not work for everyone. Since barn doors will not be flush with the opening of the door, in most cases, there is not a complete seal for the door. This can be a benefit from individuals who are elderly as there is no need to wrap fingers around a handle or grab it and twist when pulling the door open. It could be that just pushing on the end of the door will get it open. Moving it closed is simple also because the other end can be used to slide it shut.

A huge benefit of installing a closet barn door is the ability to have a wide entry point. You’ll be able to walk in and carry everything through without hitting the walls on the doorway. You’ll also be able to see everything inside with a glance rather than looking on one end and then the other if it was a sliding door. The closet barn door has the ability to let you change the look of your room just with the type of material you choose.

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Hardware

How big is the door's hardware? Nothing is able to set barn doors apart quite as much as the hardware. You need to use placement and scale to vary the style statement you are trying to make, whether that is a rustic wrought iron rail using wheels that are oversized or steel rollers using a track that is barely-there. It could be that hammered black metal is used with a piece of rustic wood which will elicit feelings of an older room from a by-gone era. Using a large slab of wood is great for using to balance out powerful hardware.

A piece of glass that is delicate would shine perfectly if used with a mechanism that is brushed stainless. If your room is a den or office, this could be the perfect door for your closet that will lend a feeling of austerity and help you to focus on the material you need to get finished. When it comes to placement, you need to look at whether the rollers are best on the exterior or the interior of your door. The method you use for placement will have an effect on the gap between the wall and the door when it is closed, so consider this as well.

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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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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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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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For homeowners who enjoy a more rustic look, adding doors that mimic the look of traditional barn doors can help you achieve your ideal aesthetic. One way to do this is to buy crossbuck doors. A crossbuck is the traditional “X” pattern created with wood slats on the surface of the door. While these slats were originally used to provide support to the slats that made up the door’s base structure, now, they serve more as design elements that add visual interest and a country feel to a room or home. While natural wood may be one of the most popular material options for crossbuck doors, especially for homeowners who prefer rustic styling, it isn’t the only one available. You can also find ones made of composite or MDF, both of which may be more cost-effective if you prefer a solid color, like white or red. read more

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Barn doors are a great option for anyone who needs to replace a door in a smaller space. These doors can be used in any space, but they are a great option for smaller spaces because they slide on a track, instead of swinging open taking up so much floor and wall space. Because of the countless design options, interior barn doors can transform any room, no matter the room’s design or style. . If you are looking for a reasonable update to make to your home or if you are just looking for space-saving door options, you could install an interior barn door in a day. There are many styles to choose from so look through them and see what appeals to you. read more

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Classic Barn Doors

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. 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. read more

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