Barn Door / May 26, 2018 / Mavise Beaupre
There are many types of hardware on the market. You can either find these products online or offline in a traditional store with each method having their unique benefits. When buying online you can get a custom package without having to leave the comfort of your own home. The prices you may find online may be affordable or they may be extremely expensive depending on where you look. This allows for different types of budgets which is very beneficial during this economy. Shipping is usually free of charge and you can most likely put together the doors on your own without too many problems. On the other hand buying offline can give you a chance to physically see and feel the products before you buy ensuring you get the type of product you are looking for.
Close that door! Were you born in a barn?" Have you heard this said to you when you were growing up? Kids tend not to close the doors when going in or out and adults are constantly saying this phrase to their kids. The barn has always been thought of as a place for animals to sleep-not humans. However this concept is changing as the trend is going towards barn inspired homes and other buildings like restaurants and hotels. A barn shaped home can look classy with the right hardware and doors as well as the other accessories. You can find great barn doors and hardware from any reputable company but especially from us.
When building a new barn there are many types of hinges and hardware to choose from for your barn doors. We will explore some of the choices and types of hinges as well as the accessories to construct a safe effective and proper barn door. Strap Hinges Strap hinges are one of the most basic and versatile hinges for a barn door. The come in various lengths and styles. No matter how good a hinge looks its very important to make sure you have the correct duty rating. If your door weighs 200 pounds you must have hinges rated for that weight. If a single hinge is rated for say 100 pounds than three hinges would more than suffice for your 200 pound door.