Solid Alder Classic Plank Barn Doors with Window | 27″ wide x 88.25″ high

$815.00

Solid alder barn doors with windows stained with Minwax Dark Walnut. There are two of these doors available and they can be picked up today in our shop in downtown Gainesville. Cash Only. Sliding barn door hardware can be purchased through our website.

Note: We’re selling this door on behalf our our client so any negotiations will be direct to the client.

Viewing Hours – Mon. through Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm. Outside of those hours, contact for an appointment.

Saturday and Sunday – By Appointment Only.

We’re behind the yellow building, through the gate and first bay on the left.

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Description

CLASSIC PLANK BARN DOORS WITH WINDOW FEATURES:

  • 27″ wide x 88.25″ high
  • 6 pane tempered glass window/transom
  • Solid alder wood door
  • 1 1/2″ solid wood frame
  • End match tongue and grove joinery
  • Installation available

 

Barn Door Measuring Guide

For door openings with casing/molding: Measure from outside to outside of casing/molding across for the width and from the top of the casing/molding to the floor for height. Add 1″ to 2″ per door for overlap depending on privacy needs.

For door openings without casing/molding: Measure the inside of the opening across for width and from the top of the opening to the floor for height. Add 2″ to 4″ per door for overlap depending on privacy needs.

You will need a minimum of 6″ between the ceiling or crown molding and the top of the door molding or opening for the hardware to mount, depending on the style hardware that you choose. You must also make sure that you have enough room on one side of the opening for a single door and either side of the opening for a double door, in order for your barn doors to open properly. This space is equivalent to the width of the door(s) that your ordering. Also make sure that you account for molding such as chair rail, thermostats, outlets, light switches, vents and any other object or objects that might impede the proper installation and the function of your sliding door.