Real wood construction leaves you with a solid barn door that will not only look great but last a lifetime.
Customize every aspect of the barn doors we offer or contact us and we can start from scratch with your design.
Each barn doors are meticulously created and refined by one of our skilled craftsmen.
SHort Lead time
Only 3-4 weeks of build time and your fully customized sliding barn door is ready to go!
Made from 100% REAL reclaimed wood harvested from all around the country.
Our barn doors are guaranteed not to warp and if they do we'll replace them at no cost to you.
All barn doors come double sided, what you see on the front is what you'll see on the back.
FREE HANDLE INSTALL
If you order a handle with your door we mount it in the right place at no cost to you.
What is a backer board you might ask? A backer board is simply a board that is mounted to the sheetrock behind your track hardware. This is shown in the picture below. These boards are used to create the necessary gap between your door and the trim on your door opening.
If you have trim around your door opening or your studs are not 16” on center, then you will want a backer board. You can either create a backer board out of 1x4 or 1x6 new lumber and paint it the same color as your wall, or request to have us make one to match your door!
Opening Without Trim (right)
If you are hanging your barn door over a sheet-rocked doorway we recommend the door be (4 inches) wider and (2 inches) higher than the opening. If it is a high privacy room such as a bathroom or bedroom we then recommend the door be (6 inches) wider and (2 inches) higher to ensure full coverage and privacy.
Opening With Trim (left)
We recommend that when your door is fully closed that it completely covers the doorway trim. Thus the door width and height
should be the same or greater than the widest and tallest point of your doorway trim.
We offer many different floor guide styles depending on the application. The most popular and widely used of these is either a floor mounted or wall mounted fin style guide. This guide rides within a groove in the bottom of your barn door.
For applications where a groove cannot be cut in the bottom of the door a channel guide is used. Both floor and wall mounted versions are available.