Bypass Barn Door Hardware – Cabinet doors with mirrors come in all standard door styles, including double fold, bypass (slip) and traditional hinge versions. When buying mirror doors, get a high-quality track system and corresponding door hardware. Mirror doors can be quite heavy, and better systems offer greater stability and smoother operation with less budget hardware maintenance problems. Do it yourself you can install them following the correct steps. Measure the width and height of the door opening, and purchase doors and a hardware kit of the appropriate size. Sliding doors offer greater flexibility in width sizing.
If you cannot find the right size of stock products, order custom size doors from many manufacturers. Cut the top rail to fit the top of the cabinet opening, using an alternative saw or saw. Place the rail against the top of the door frame, and secure it with the screws provided. If you want to hide the track behind an adjustment piece, keep the trackback from the front edge of the frame 1 inch or so, depending on the case. Install the lower rail (for bypass doors) or the turn brackets (for double-leaf doors) on the floor, with the screws provided. Make sure that the bottom bypass barn door hardware is offset from the front of the door frame by the same amount as the top track so that the doors will line up with the sides of the frame (or compensate an equal amount) along the length of the doors.
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Mount the mounting bypass barn door hardware on the doors, as indicated by the manufacturer. For bypass doors, this includes wheels at the top and bottom of each door. For double-leaf doors, which includes a wheel at the top, at the inner corner of each section and pivot from the center of the door pins at the upper and lower outer corners of the outer door sections (each double door sheet consists of two sections joined with hinges).