It depends on the type and where it’s coming from. If you want something that’s exposed and you want it in a hurry, then flat track is probably the quickest.
There are so many variations. Flat track is probably the least expensive of the exposed trolley type. Let’s say we’re talking about a 3 foot door.
Yes. It’s designed per opening. I’m going to get you the right length of track for your opening. When someone calls, what they usually do is tells us what size the door is, or the opening, and we provide a custom kit for them.
Box track is a U shape and the rollers roll inside of the track. It’s like pocket door sliding door hardware or closet door sliding door hardware. Flat track sliding door hardware is where the roller sits on top of the track. The track is literally just a quarter inch thick piece of flat bar… Read more »
Technically it depends on the weight of the door, choice of barn door track hardware kits and how modern and solid are your home wall studs, where the door will be hung. For most interior applications, the door is going to be less than 200 pounds or so. Usually you can put a 1 by… Read more »
Box track can be used for bi passing, bi parting, folding. Pretty much any type of application, you can use Box track with it. It’s not exposed. You see the box, but you don’t see the roller on the track. It’s very versatile. We have box track that will handle huge amounts of weight, 5000… Read more »