The stainless steel sliding door hardware mostly just comes brushed. We can get the MWE sliding door hardware polished, so it’s a shinier finished, where the brushed is more of a matte finish. The MWE can get plated different colors, so we have a dark bronze or a copper.
It’s easier to install a sliding door than a swing door. There’s a lot more on a swinging door that could go wrong than on a sliding door. With a swing door, the door has to fit right in the opening. You have to worry about hinge placement, whether you’ve got mortised or surface mounted… Read more »
You get what you pay for. It costs anywhere from 100 dollars to 3500 dollars depending on what style of sliding door hardware, the length of the track and how many panels you need. The owner of our company has gone around and found the highest quality sliding door hardware that he could find. The… Read more »
Typically, they don’t have any seal. They just slide on the face. If you want to make it air tight, you’ll have to add something to the door or to the wall so that when it’s shut, it seals. Basically what we normally recommend is just a door sweep, something that goes along the bottom… Read more »
It depends on how handy you are. It doesn’t always require a contractor. If you’re handy, it’s usually possible to do. It also depends on what sliding door hardware your choosing. They do come with installation instructions. If you’ve ever installed a door before, or if you have built the shed that’s out back or… Read more »
It depends on the application and what the door is made out of. If you want to block as much sound as possible, you need to use a solid core door. A solid door is going to block more sound than a hollow one. If you really want to block as much sound as possible,… Read more »