Goldenwarm Top Mount Sturdy Sliding Barn Door Hardware Kit (T Shape)
- Brand: Goldenwarm
- Product #：DGT7BK
- Material: High Quality Steel
- Door weight capacity: 220 lb;
- Fit door panel thickness: 1 3/8 inch and 1 3/4 inch.
- ONLY the hardware is for sale: DOOR NOT INCLUDED
Why choose us
- Reliable product: Made by heavy duty raw steel, move smoothly and quietly. Get it with reasonable price and provide you a completely joyful experience.
- Easy to install: Clear and professional step-by-step insturction help you intall it in short time, save the cost of finding a carpenter and enjoy DIY your own barn door.
- Right choice for your home: Not only saving the place by simply push-and-pull, also a classic style decoration with beautiful appearance, fit any kind of room in your home.
Q: How to ensure the stability and safety of the door?
2 * Door Stoppers: Two door stoppers slide along the rail and tighten down at any point to stop your door exactly where you want, and they’re cushioned by rubber caps for a quiet close.
1 * Floor Guide: A T-shaped floor guide is supplied (with anchors) to prevent the door from swinging out or up against the baseboard.
2 * Anti-jumpers: Those little round discs- go on top of the door and won't allow door to be lifted off rail unless they're turned.
Q: When do you need a headboard?
- If the studs don't line up with the pre-drilled holes in the rail.
- If there is a doorway trim.
And "door depth'' plus "trim depth'' is greater than 2''
Q: How much space do I need above the doorway?
You will need a minimum of 5" from the top of your door to the ceiling (or crown molding, if any) for this kit to fit correctly.
Q: How thick of a door will this kit work with?
There are solutions for any thickness of door! The bolts included for attaching the hangers to the door support a thickness range of 1 3/8" to 1 3/4", but this can be easily navigated by countersinking the bolt head into the back side of the door, or by picking up 4 longer bolts from your local hardware store. The other thing affected by a thicker door is the spacing needed between the door and wall (or baseboard/doorway trim). Plug in your door depth and trim depth below:
2''- door depth - trim depth
If your answer is 0 or greater, then you're fine. If your answer was negative, then that number is the extra spacing you need. This extra spacing is accomplished by bolting a header board to the studs, and then the rail to this header board.
All other necessary hardware is included in the pictures. For 16 inches stud.