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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 Tips Metal Barn Doors

Barn doors are a great addition to any home.  These doors have become more and more popular as people see the visual benefit that they can get from adding metal barn doors to their home.  These doors are also easy to install, making them a great do-it-yourself project if you are the do-it-yourself type of person that is. 

There are a few things that can help you with your shopping for a door and these three tips may contain just the information that you have been needing to finally get that door ordered.  

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Self-Install Or Professional

One of the first things you need to know when shopping for the doors is who is going to be installing them.  While this is an easy project for you to handle on your own, it isn’t for everyone. 

You will want to take into consideration your budget and whether you consider yourself to be handy or not.  If you will be having a professional help you out then you will need to get quotes as well as be sure to find someone who is licensed and reputable to help you.

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Where Will It Be Placed

You need to think long and hard about the placement of your barn door.  While these doors are great option, they may not work great in every situation.  For example, if you are looking to replace the bathroom door with a barn door you need to know that it may not butt up close enough to the wall in order to provide complete privacy, so keep little things like this in mind when making your decision.

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Durability

Metal barn doors can be more durable than wood barn doors.  This is due to the fact that metal is less likely to wrap and crack overtime.  Depending on the type of metal and the style that you choose, you may even find that metal barn doors are cheaper on your pocketbook than a traditional wooden barn door. 

Also, it is important to always remember to check reviews and feedback from others so that you have a better idea of the quality of door you will be purchasing.

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Metal Barn Doors -- Will They Work for Your Home?

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.

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Common Applications

How can you tell which door will work best for you? There are three applications that are common in this style of door: single, bi-parting, and bypass. The single door is the application that is the most common and slides either right or left to uncover the opening. This type will work great for standard or smaller openings, assuming there is enough space for the door to slide all the way along the wall in one direction. This is also great for openings that are larger as well, as long as you have a wall that is big enough to be able to accommodate the door being open.

If you’re space is a little smaller, or you don’t have a huge wall beside the opening, the bi-parting door splits in the middle and will have a smaller panel slide to each side. Likewise, with smaller wall space, you might choose the by-pass doors as these will overlap and store one in front of the other on the side of the opening. You can look around to see which style is best for you, bypass, single, or bi-parting. If you still aren’t sure, then it might be helpful for you to image what each of these looks like and then measure to ensure there is enough space for the door/doors to open.

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Common Areas

You might wonder what the most common areas are to install barn doors. Some areas where barn doors tend to be the most popular are: hall closets, theatre rooms, master bathrooms, laundry rooms, offices, kitchens, pantries, and formal dining rooms. While it may be difficult to visualize it, but imagine the beauty of a bi-parting metal barn door being pushed open to reveal a beautifully set table full of thanksgiving food for the family to enjoy all together because you have the space. Barn doors can also be used in commercial settings such use with exam rooms, offices, conference rooms, break rooms, and can even be used to make a statement in a reception area.

These great doors can range from completely rustic to slightly, depending on your personal preference. The options can seem nearly limitless when it comes to these doors, as there are so many styles and sizes to choose from. If you use one in a business, you might want to have the company logo embossed or painted on it providing a more unique welcome to the spaced. If in the home, then consider a coat of paint that will complement the room it is used in.

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Functionality

You might also want to think about adding elements that are more functional to your door. There are doors that may have mirrors, chalkboards, windows, et cetera, so the options are endless when it comes to these add-ons. You can also consider adding elements to your door after purchase it, if you have an element in mind that you are not able to find while you are shopping, or you can even custom order your door to be exactly what you are looking for. It can be used as a backing for an announcement if used in a restaurant where the newest menu item is written in chalk on it and easily erased when there is a newest of the new item.

Your barn door is already functional in the aspect that it helps you to save space because it does not swing to open and close. When you have a swinging door you have to clear the floor space around the door, making this space basically useless in your home, but with barn doors, very little space is used for the door to open other than the wall space. The metal barn door will be perfect for dividing two smaller rooms in your home and can act as a divider if needed.

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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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 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 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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Crossbuck

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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Interior Sliding Barn Doors

The doors inside of your home should give you as many benefits as possible. They shouldn’t just be a door and that is it. You should be able to enjoy how they look, not have them taking up too much room in your home and install them easily too. Most doors inside homes are hung on hinges that allow them to swing in or out. Fortunately, in smaller rooms a different type of door can provide a large benefit. If you would like to have these main benefits in any or all of the doors inside of your house, you can do that. One of the best doors for these reasons alone are the interior sliding barn doors. When you get the interior sliding barn doors, you not only get all these benefits, but you will find these doors are trendier than you originally thought they were too. Don’t think barn, as in “were you born in a barn”, but more like a slick sliding door that give a unique appearance. More and more people are installing these doors in their home because of all the great benefits. read more

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Barn Door Cabinet

Barn doors have become increasingly popular in recent years, and have begun popping up on cabinets. The design can work in nearly any space, particularly in small homes, as the door doesn’t have to swing into the room when open, limiting the amount of floor space required for operation. While barn door cabinets are usually thought to have rustic styling, they can actually suit nearly any interior. The aesthetic of the cabinet itself, and not how the door operates, largely dictates the overall look, so industrial, modern, and traditional options are also available. Additionally, you aren’t limited to wood surfaces when you shop for barn door cabinets, though that is one of the most widely available materials today. Instead, you can find barn door cabinets featuring metal panels, slick laminate surfaces, or even natural stone tops, giving you more control over the final look. read more

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