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Door Hardware Basics
Most door hardware will fit the following door preparation. If you have something different, please contact us so we can help you find exactly what you need.
When looking for a way to add rustic charm with a modern touch to your home, barn doors are one of the most popular choices in home décor. Get the perfect look in your home with the many barn door hardware kits we have available from several different manufacturers. Choose an easy to order kit to get started on this project, or you can find all the pieces you need to assemble your custom barn door kit by shopping for individual parts. Whether looking for a kit to get started on this project or just a few pieces to make repairs to an existing door, our selection has you covered with great options.
We offer a wide selection of barn door hardware to meet any need. When it comes to elements of style, you will find an option to suit any taste with our barn door hardware inventory. From the rustic charm of a horseshoe design to the classic look of straight lines, there are plenty of varieties to choose from so you get a pleasing style for your home. You also have a choice of finishes when shopping our selection of barn door hardware to accentuate your décor theme. Whether you prefer an all-black option, a rustic brown, or a modern silver finish, we have you covered with all the must-have options in one convenient place. Regardless of which style is right for you, rest assured that all these options are made with high standards in terms of function and durability. Made with durable metals and thoughtful designs to ensure an easy slide for your barn doors, these options are easy to install and offer long-lasting performance you can count on for years to come. With a kit option, get all the necessary components to take on this project to great effect. When you just need one or two parts for an existing door, find it here with our wide selection of affordable options. Order today and add some charm to your home with this beloved door style.
While bottom tracks, or floor guides, aren't absolutely necessary, they are highly recommended. Floor guides help keep the barn door from coming off of the top track or swinging out. Most barn door kits come with bottom tracks.
No. Simply put, not any door can be used as a barn door because there are certain dimensions it must have to function properly. Not only must it look the part, but a door must also be wide and tall enough to cover the door opening, have a solid frame (hollow won't work with the sliding hardware), and be free of hinge holes and a door knob hole. Sure, there may be some doors that tick all of these boxes, in which case could be used as a barn door. However, it's best to only purchase doors designed to be barn doors.
Measuring for a barn door is quite easy. Grab a tape measure and measure from one edge of your door opening to the other. Since you want your barn door to cover 2 or 3 inches overtop the sides of the opening, add at least 4 to 6 inches to your initial measurement.
For the track, double your width measurement. For length, measure from the header to the floor. the door will need to hang at least ½ an inch above the floor for that smooth gliding operation. Remember that the barn door track will sit a few inches above the opening.