Heavy Duty Sliding Barn Door Hardware Kit
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'splain to me again how my doors will work with all this stuff on the wall?
It doesn’t say, but I’m guessing that this is not suitable for outdoor use?
Any idea as to the recommended door size and/or doorway size the various lengths should be used? Can the 6footer be used on a 4ft opening and when open the door doesn’t protrude into that 4foot opening?
Bah. Getting the 8footer.
Sliding barn doors are one interior design trend I can’t wait to see go away. If I wanted to live in an industrial space I would buy a factory, there are plenty of them abandon all over the country.
It’s dubious at best to put a door like this on a bathroom. It ain’t exactly cotton candy that’s deposited in that space…
Someone has already asked, but I don’t see an answer. I want to add a screen porch and want to have a huge opening for parties. This door might just be perfect…
CAN IT BE USED OUTSIDE???
i agree wouldnt work on the Bathroom if you Fart everyone in the livingroom would duck
Hey buddy, check your “barn door”
Even if you use a vent fan, not all odors or steam and none of the sounds emanating from a bathroom will be contained. This is a look some people like but is really only appropriate where privacy and security between two spaces are not issues.
If you want the door to open all the way (without protruding into the opening), you’ll need a rail whose length is at least twice the width of the door.
I’d probably add a couple of inches for safety, unless someone can clarify whether the listed length is the “clear” length, or it includes the hardware at the ends of the rail.
Just repaint it with Rustoleum for protection or matte clear coat after install and it should be fine. It’s steel for gods sake
I’d like to put this in my office/studio, but I need to know if an aggressive-curious cat (or three) can get in by pushing around the sides of the door?
On actual barns these were covered by a small box that covered the top and front so it was protected from the weather. If you go practical like a farmer and cover the hardware it will last for decades with nothing more than some grease once a year or so. If you go hipster and want to show off the hardware you will have to grease and oil the assembly after every rain storm or it will rust, pit, and eventually jam on you. I have seen systems like this with no paint on them ever that have been in use for over 80 years that had not been greased in decades and were still working fine with nothing more than a small overhang protecting the rail and wheels. Two shots of grease and a little cycling and the whole thing slid like new.
" A T-shaped floor guide is supplied (with anchors) to prevent the door from swinging out or up against the baseboard."
Is this a rail screwed into the floor?
These should only be used for interior doors. Also keep in mind that a barn door track is mounted higher than a standard 80" door and if you want a door that will actually cover to the floor, you’ll want an 84" tall one. 84" doors are not as popular as 80" so you’ll be more limited in designs.
They definitely can. Mine do almost every day!