BARN-DOOR HARDWARE

Our barn-door hardware is handled based on your individual needs. Below is a sampling of the hardware we have, but to learn about our full range of offerings, please contact your retailer or distributor.

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Everything you need comes to you in one convenient box.

All mounting hardware is in the box. Select between bent strap, top mount, or straight strap for the incredible look of your barn door.

TRACK LENGTHS   6′ • 8′ are available as sets. These sizes are available individually: 4′ • 5′ • 6′ • 7′ • 8′

FINSHERS               Stainless Steel • Satin Nickel • Flat Black

SPACERS                1-3/8″ • 2″ • 1/2″ Extensions for wall spacers.

More options are available on special quotes.

Everything you need comes to you in one convenient box.

TRACK LENGTHS
6′ • 8′ are available as sets. These sizes are available individually: 4′ • 5′ • 6′ • 7′ • 8′

FINSHERS
Stainless Steel • Satin Nickel • Flat Black

SPACERS
1-3/8″ • 2″ • 1/2″ Extensions for wall spacers.

More options are available on special quotes.

Get your barn-door hardware fast.

Get the unique look you want when you want it. Your hardware will ship within just 24 hours after ordering it.

What can you do with Penrod’s barn-door hardware?

  • Create room dividers
  • Beautify closet and bathroom doors
  • Divide your pantry from your kitchen
  • Define a laundry room
  • Design enclosures for wall-mounted TVs
  • You’re only limited by your imagination!

Barn Door Installation

Get the unique look you want when you want it. Your hardware will ship within just 24 hours after ordering it.

  1. To begin, the barn door tack must be fastened to the header block of the extension header.
  2. To determine where the track should be positioned, align the end of the track on one side, ½” past the edge of the finished opening. To determine the height of the track, take the height of the door and add 1-¾” from the finished floor.
  3. Check to see if your floor is level. (If it’s not level, measure from the highest point.) Then level the track and pre-drill holes before installation.
  4. Install the track with mounting bolts and spacers. Door stops must be installed in the end screw hole on each end of the track when mounting the track to the wall. Select one type of the provided spacers, based on your trim or the desired distance from the door:
    1-3/8” — (installed with no casing, baseboard or other trim)
    1. 2” — (installed where casing, baseboard or other trim is up to 1/2″ thick OR installed on track trim board that is equal to or thicker than casing, baseboard or other trim)
    2. 2” + 1/2” extension — (installed where casing, baseboard or other trim is 5/8″ to 1″ thick)
  5. Add a soft pad to the track side of the door stop.
  6. Door preparation for Bent Strap and Straight Strap Rollers:
    1. Position each roller 2-½” from the edge of the door. Measure 1-1/2” from the top of the door to the middle of the first hole of the roller.
    2. Mark and pre-drill holes, then secure it in place. Repeat for the second roller. Based on your door thickness, use 1-3/8” or 1-¾” bolts.
  7. Door preparation for Top Mount Rollers:
    1. Distance from the screw hole of the roller (closest to the door edge) to the end of the door edge should be ¾”. Mark and pre-drill holes, then secure it in place. Repeat for the second roller.
  8. Place the assembled door with the roller onto the secured track.
  9. Floor guide installation; use the floor guide to ensure the door travels smoothly; it will also prevent the door from swinging in and out:
    1. Option 1 (as a T-Guide, using one piece out of the two provided)
      1. Mortise a 1/4”-wide and 7/8”-deep groove centrally to the bottom of the door. Position one piece of the floor guide inside the mortised door close to the opening. Slide the door side to side to make sure that the guide is properly placed. Mark the holes and pre-drill them. If drilling into a concrete floor, use the provided anchors.
    2. Option 2 (as a U-Channel, using both provided pieces)
      1. Place both pieces of the Floor Guide on both sides of the door, close to the finished opening. Slide the door side to side to make sure that the guide is properly placed.  Mark the holes and pre-drill them. If drilling into a concrete floor, use the provided anchors.
  10. Install the anti-jump block at the top of the door, 3-1/2” from each end.

QUALITY PRODUCTS

The craftsmanship of our Hardware & Hinges are easy to see first hand. We’re confident our hardware will get the job done. We back that confidence up with a manufacturing warranty so you know we mean business.

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The Penrod Company
272 Bendix Road Suite 550, Virginia Beach, VA 23452 USA
phone 757-498-0186 • fax 757-498-1075

From its inception in 1888 as a manufacturer of forest products, Penrod has grown to be one of the world’s largest suppliers of forest products, metal and PVC products for the residential and commercial construction markets. With offices in every major region around the globe, distribution centers on most continents, and an efficient trade network, we are an international leader in the industries we service. Penrod is proud to embrace the concept of sustainable forestry as an essential element to our success as a company and as a solidly compliant, responsible global citizen.

The Penrod Company • All Rights Reserved ©1888–Red Chalk Studios

The Penrod Company • All Rights Reserved ©1888–Red Chalk Studios