Barn Door / May 21, 2018 / Genevieve Roux
The wood with the gold contrasts very nicely and would go well in more classic applications. When installed correctly the hardware is protected by a limited lifetime warranty. Industrial Sliding Door Hardware Standard or stainless steel hardware is available for this type of sliding barn doors. They are sturdier making them perfect for heavier doors such as glass wood or metal and can hold doors that weigh up to 500 pounds. Industrial doors from around the turn of the 20th century have use this flat track style of hardware and are now being used in a more domestic application.
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.
When gliding open portion of the door hangs towards the outside of the rooms wall looking like a piece of decoration in the room. And when closed it looks like a classy enclosure that one intends it to be. Flat Track Design As mentioned above this style has a track which is mounted over the doorway stretching along the length of the wall with a couple of track hangers which can be attached to the door knobs and revolve horizontally down the length of the track. The track is built of solid steel. Due to the physics involved this kind of setup provides the track with exceptional power. Solid Steel Construction The hanger track and practically every single part of the system are made of solid steel. This is important to the style strength and largely the durability of barn door hardware.