Sliding Barn Door Hardware – A sliding barn door inside the house is a unique and stylish way to give privacy. Use these step-by-step instructions to install an interior barn door rail system. The hardware with the sliding barn door system should include the following: 2 “flat steel track, track joint brackets, spacers, screws, coach screws, carriage bolts, suspension rollers, lower roller guide and lower rollers. In this project, the barn door is constructed with 04.03 “tongue and groove planks held together with two half” thick vertical risers and two horizontal rails (upper and lower) on both sides, for a total thickness of the frame of 1- 3. 4″.
The tables are also reinforced by a half “cross-cut thick dollars cut to form an” unknown “on one side of the door to give it a” barn door “look. To secure the proper path to the wall and add support for the heavy barn door, cut a 1 “x 4” mounting sliding barn door hardware plate of the same length as, but a little wider than, the track. Use the drywall anchors, spacers and fixing bolts to secure the mounting plate. In this project, the mounting board was painted black and the edges slightly rounded for a more finished look. Mount the flat steel track with joint brackets according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Cut the track to the required length twice the width of the door allows the door to open the entire width of the door space. Next, measure and drill holes with a metal cutting drill in the steel track where it attaches to the mounting plate and the wall. Use a punch or punch to create a seat for the bit so it does not slide over the metal while it is being drilled. Measured by the sliding barn door hardware track system. The use of fixing bolts, installation of the track and the separators of the mounting board and the wall, making sure that the track is perfectly leveled.