Due to material shortages, two extra weeks will be added to all hardware orders' lead time.
A prevalent question when buying a sliding barn door is: how tall and wide should my barn door be? What most people do not know is that measuring your door frame for a barn door is different from measuring for a regular swing door.
FREE Shipping On Orders Over $200*
At RealCraft Carriage Doors we put quality and craftsmanship above all else. From the moment you call us to the day your door is installed. We are here to make your dream home have doors to match. Our handcrafted carriage and entry doors have been feature some of the most popular TV shows and in the most well known magazines in the industry. Each outswing carriage door is handcrafted my are team out of the finest locally sourced wood in the Pacific Northwest.
Hours of Operation:
M-F, 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Pacific Time
We ship to the United States and Canada.
Contact us by email or phone for pricing and information.
Lag bolts are not available for Industrial Duty Box Rail. Touch-up Paint is included. To guide the door at the bottom, upgrade to the Industrial Floor Mount Stay Roller.
All RealCraft barn door hardware kits are machined in Washington State, USA.
Our color hardware finishes are powder-coated steel. Unfinished raw steel is just that - the metal is not treated, and it's intended to have a worn and weathered look over time. The material is susceptible to pitting and rust, giving the hardware a time-worn look that meshes well with rustic, shabby chic, and industrial design schemes.
This hardware ships free within the continental United States. Free shipping excludes expedited shipping, international shipments, and oversize orders that require LTL shipping. Fast lead time: In-stock items ship in 1-3 days! Most orders ship same day if ordered by 12 PM Pacific time.
600 lb kits over 16' must go through a freight carrier, and cannot be expedited. *Free standard shipping within the contiguous United States.
Industrial Box Rail custom colors are special order and have longer lead times, and are not returnable.
Doors are not included with the purchase of hardware.
If you have questions, or if your project requires special consideration, please call 1-800-694-5977. We'd be happy to help!
CHOOSING A KIT LENGTH:
Single Door: Multiply your single door width by two for optimum track length. For a 3ft door, you would typically need a 6ft rail kit.
Double Doors: For biparting doors, choose a kit length for the total track length needed, then change "Quantity of doors on track" to 2 to add hardware for an additional door.
|APRON MIN/MAX DOOR THICKNESS*|
*Can accommodate thicker doors by mortising apron into door
CHOOSING A MOUNTING STYLE:
Wall Mounted: For wall-mounted single doors, double the width of the door to determine the rail length you will need. For example, if you have a 3'W door, you will need a minimum of 6' of track. For help determining the amount of track you will need for your application, please call us.
Soffit (ceiling) Mounted: For doors that are soffit mounted within the opening, measure the opening width. Choose the rail size that is larger than the opening (see the "Actual Rail Lengths" chart below)--the rail can be cut onsite to exactly fit the opening size.
Biparting, or Multi-door:
Wall Mounted: For biparting doors that are wall mounted, choose a kit length for the total track length needed, then change "Quantity of doors on track" to 2 to add hardware for an additional door. For help determining the amount of track you will need for your application, please call us.
Soffit (ceiling) Mounted: For biparting doors that are soffit mounted, choose a kit length for the total track length needed, then change "Quantity of doors on track" to 2 to add hardware for an additional door. For help determining the amount of track you will need for your application, please call us.
Call us for custom applications- 1-800-694-5977
Use this chart to determine the exact length and amount of rail you will receive:
Weight capacity: 400 lbs. per pair of trolleys.
NOTE: Unfinished galvanized steel hardware has variances throughout its surface, which should be considered when selecting your finish.