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Barn Door Hardware

Flat track hardware is the style of interior barn door hardware with an exposed wheel that slides along the barn door track. In recent years, this style of hardware has been increasingly more popular due to the emergence of the "Farmhouse Modern" or "Rustic Modern" design aesthetic. Depending on the width of your doorway and the clearance above and to the sides of the doorway, there are several different configurations to suit your doorway. All of our doors and hardware kits are sold separately, so doors are not included with any of the following kits. Let's tale a look at the most commonly used sliding barn door hardware kit configurations.

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Single Track Barn Door Hardware Kits

The single track barn door hardware kit is the simplest and most commonly used sliding barn door hardware system. These are typically used with narrower openings that have sufficient clearance on one side of the doorway (for single door) or wider openings with clearance on both sides of the doorway (for double doors).
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SINGLE DOOR

Single barn door hardware kits allow the door to be pushed to one side of the doorway when opening. They are used for narrow openings (typically less than 60" wide), and require sufficient clearance on one side of the doorway. This is the simplest installation and requires the least amount of overhead clearance.

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DOUBLE DOOR

Double barn door hardware kits allow the doors to meet in the middle of the doorway and open to each side of the doorway in a bi-part configuration. They are typically used for wider openings that have sufficient clearance (one door width) on both sides of the doorway. If you don't have sufficient clearance on both sides, then a bypass hardware kit will be required.

BYPASS HARDWARE KITS - DUAL TRACK

The double track bypass barn door hardware kit is used when there is insufficient clearance to open the doors on one or both sides of the doorway. The standard double track bypass kit comes with two tracks and two sets of hangers, which allows you to mount one door on each track. The inner track is mounted directly to the wall using wall spacers and the outer track is cantilevered in front of the inner track by a set of bypass brackets. One advantage of the dual-track bypass kit is that each door is on its own track and can move independently from the other. Our kits have the option to add additional hangers to include a 3rd or 4th door to tracks.
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2 Door

Standard configuration, one door on each track. Both door stack flush on top of each other when in the open position.

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3 Door

A third door is added to the standard configuration. Two doors on the back track and the 3rd door on the front track. The two doors on the same track do not bypass each other.

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4 Door

Two doors on each track. The two outer doors overlap the inner doors when in the closed position. Both sets of doors stack flush on top of each other when in the open position. Typically used for wide doorways or for dividing rooms.

BYPASS BARN DOOR KITS - SINGLE TRACK

The single track bypass barn door hardware kit has two doors mounted on the same track. The inner door has a set of straight hangers which hold it beneath the track. The outer door is mounted on a set of bent "Z" shaped hangers which cantilever the door out in front of the inner door, so that it can "pass by". The outer door overlaps the inner door. As both sets of hangers are on the same track, the doors can not be pulled apart. One of the advantages of the single-track bypass is that it doesn't require as much overhead clearance as the dual-track bypass kit. The standard option comes with two sets of hangers for two doors. Our kits have the option to add additional hangers to add a 3rd or 4th door to the track.
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2 Door

Standard two-door configuration. Simplest installation and least overhead clearance required.

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3 Door

Two "inside doors" and one bypass door. Typically used for wider doorways when there is insufficient overhead clearance for a dual-track bypass.

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4 Door

Two "inside doors" and two bypass doors. Each set of doors is pushed to its respective side when opening the doors. Used for wide entryways or to divide a room.

TRIPLE BYPASS BARN DOOR HARDWARE KIT

The triple-bypass allows you to stack three doors on top of each other on two tracks. This is achieved by combining the dual- track bypass and the single-track bypass. Two tracks are mounted in a dual-track bypass configuration (one in front of the other) with a single barn door on each track. A third door is added to the outer track using a set of single-track bypass hangers. The two doors on the outside track "bypass" each other in a single-track bypass configuration. The door on the inside track moves independently from the other two. This type of installation provides the greatest ratio of entryway coverage (when doors are closed) to accessibility (access to entryway when doors are open).
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This is an excellent option for closing off wide entryways with minimal clearance on either side of the doorway. When in the open position, all three doors will "stack" on top of each other to one side of the doorway. As a result, the access to the doorway is maximized.

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