Barn Door / May 29, 2018 / Lotye Paquin
Flat track barn door hardware is perfect for this. The sliding action allows the glass to gently roll back and forth into the open and closed position. With upgraded "Quiet Wheels" the door can roll back and forth even more quietly and gently. And with door stop cushions homeowners dont have to worry about the door coming to a rough stop at the end of the track. Standard flat track hardware is designed for wood doors and isnt suited for glass. But with special washers and spacers the hardware is perfect. And with a flat black finish barn door hardware acts as an exceptional compliment to interior glass doors.
This allows you to open the top half of the door for feeding your horse while keeping them safe and secure inside. Double Dutch hinges are actually two hinges in one. There are actually two hinges mounted to one frame thus allowing you to achieve the over-under door combination. Double Dutch hinges come on various lengths depending on how heavy your door is. The most common length is either 12" or 17" long and most of the time they are secured with simple black screws. Indoor Barn door hinges There are several options for indoor barn door hinges as well. Most often these are lighter duty in nature and much shorter in length than the exterior barn door hinges.
Most strap hinges are around 20" in length providing plenty of support for heavier barn doors. Pinnel hinges are one of the most cost effective strap hinges on the market. There are two main components of a pinnel hinge the strap portion that attached to the door frame and the pinnel portion that attaches to the jamb of the frame. The end of the pinnel has a pin on it that attaches to the strap portion on the door. This allows you to attach the components on the respective structures and then assemble the door to the frame. The strap portion of the pinnel hinge usually uses lag screws or bolts for assembly.