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Sliding Door Hardware

Why Use Sliding Door Hardware in Your Home
Sliding door hardware used with beautiful barn doors or other kinds of sliding doors can do much to transform the look of any room. Add character to your home with doors that use a kind of track system with sliding door hardware that is both visually appealing and practical. Many houses are easily adapted to incorporating sliding doors.

Our sliding doors and sliding door hardware come in different designs and materials, so there is something for every preference. We also custom design and fabricate hardware to suit your individual applications. We pride ourselves on our fast turnaround not only for stock items, but for custom items as well.

Where and How to Use Sliding Door Hardware
Sliding doors are great for many areas of the home and are especially ideal if you are looking to save some space or add an esthetic appeal to a certain part of your home. Sliding doors are commonly used as a dividing wall between the dining room and living room or kitchen areas. It’s a convenient idea, especially for those families that enjoy hosting guests and friends.
A sliding door is also great as a pocket door in a kitchen or pantry as a strategy to save space. Another great place to use a sliding door is leading out to an outdoor deck. You’ll add privacy and prestige to your home.

Because these doors can be customized to fit what you want, the places you can install a sliding door with beautiful hardware are completely up to you. Install one going into your master bath or your child’s bedroom. Sliding doors liven up and add beauty to any space. Personalize it to match the look and feel of any room or to fit into the overall design of your home.
Libraries and family rooms are instantly made more elegant with the use of a sliding door. The versatility of sliding doors and sliding door hardware make it so that they can even often used in high end salons and restaurants.

Materials Used for These Doors
Our sliding doors and sliding door hardware are built to last. Materials are durable and strong and will stand the test of time. The doors and hardware are made from wood, stainless steel, fiberglass, metal, and frosted glass. For budget conscious homeowners, there are alternative inexpensive commercial materials to suit everyone’s budget.

Door and Sliding Door Hardware Styles
Decide what kind of look and feel you want in your home. Whatever your preference, we have doors and sliding door hardware that will match what you’re looking for.
Our Foldaside hardware is used for doors which fold in and increase in size from small garages to heavy industrial use.
The Coburn range of interior sliding systems comes in standard packed sets and contains all fittings and detailed installation instructions. The top of the range Coburn Glassmaster offers the ideal solution for architects, interior designers and other specifiers seeking to create a sophisticated ‘industrial’ appearance.

Our Flat Track Hardware styling dates back to the turn of the century when it was used in warehouses and in industrial settings. Today the highly stylized look is perfect for unique interior and exterior applications. The line can be customized for specific applications and can save space while enhancing any door opening. It is available in a black finish. Special finishes are available upon request including galvanized and stainless steel.

The regular color finishes for your rolling door hardware comes in black, bronze, and nickel. If you have other tones in mind, you can request for a special shade.
If you are concerned that these doors can damage your impeccable floors and walls, worry no more. Center guides and floor supports prevents rubbing and bumping

Hardware Application

Standard: One door, single track

Bypass: Two Doors, multi-track setup

Bi Parting: Two Doors, single track

Getting Your Track Length

For best results the track length should be a minimum of double the width of your door.

Example: A 3ft wide door needs a minimum of a 6ft track.

Please Note: Any track length over 8ft will come in seperate segments which will be easy to combine with provided Splice Plates & Hardware.

Example: A 5ft wide door will need a 10ft track which will come with 2 5ft segments.

If you require a size not listed call in for a custom order as we can fabricate any track length or customize the track to your needs.

International Customers, Please Read:

Based on your track dimensions and variable shipping requirements your track will be separated into smaller segments to save you shipping costs, splice plates and all necessary hardware will be provided for you to combine them.

Track Holes

If your wall does not have solid blocking you can order with no holes, and drill yourself to align the holes to your studs.

It is important that when installing your track, your lags go into something solid. You cannot lag into just the sheetrock.

Pre-Drilled Track: A Pre-Drilled Track will work for you if you have an interior or exterior header/blocking to lag into. Our Tracks are drilled to evenly space the weight. They are NOT drilled to hit studs.

No Holes: Getting a Track with No holes is best if you are planning to lag into your studs. This makes it so you can drill the holes on site to line up with your studs.

Door Kits

Most of our doors are offered as "Door Kits" (The door itself comes in pieces). A Door-Kit requires some assembly of the door slats, where as an Assembled Door requires no assembly. Neither option includes installation of door hardware.

If a Door Kit if ordered, you will receive a box approximately 7' x 1' x 6" (sizes vary depending on order). Typical assembly time is approximately 45 minutes.

Assembled doors will be shipped via Freight and will arrive in a crate. Please note, the hardware is not installed on the door in this option.

NOTE: UPS Hub Pickup

"It is our aim to provide our customers with as many options as possible but occasionally that can make things difficult to ship. Due to shipping restrictions all doors, not shipped as a kit (unassembled), that are over 5 feet wide and 7 feet tall will be shipped to the UPS hub nearest to customers desired address. The customer will then be responsible for transporting the item(s) from the hub to the desired destination.

Door Width

Header Explainer

A general rule is to add 4 inches to the length of your track. If you order a 7ft track they’ll need a 7ft 4 in header.

If the header exceeds 8ft it will be shipped in sections, all necessary equipment will be provided.

Door Thickness

If you are ordering a door from Rustica, leave this option as Standard

If you have your own door measure the thickness and round to the nearest quarter inch (our spacers are adjustable to many ranges).

Trim / Baseboard Thickness

The depth of your trim and baseboard from off of the wall (if the thickness of your trim & baseboard is different, select the thickest point).

If you plan using a external mounting header select no trim.

Additional Hangers

Additional Hangers are needed for doors that are greater than 5ft in width (1 extra per door greater than 5ft)

Hinge Placement Instruction

Measure the existing slab, that you're wanting to replace, from the top of the door to the top of each hinge. You will format your entry in this format: Hinge 1- 10" from top of door. Hinge 2- 22.

Lift Gate Service

By selecting this option a freight truck will come equipped with a lift gate which unloads your heavy products to the curb

Door Accessories

Spice Rack

The spice rack is great for holding an assortment of items.

Stories Told Bookshelf

Four shelfs total, our biggest bookshelf.

Steam Engine Bookshelf

Two shelfs, with a beautiful design.

Coat Hanger

The perfect coat hanger for any office or home entry.