We make and sell premium barn door hardware. Our hardware is made in Toronto so you can be assured of their origin, durability, and quality. We ship our hardware kits across Canada and the U.S. There are several different styles to suit every budget and living space. 


What you get

Here are samples of our hardware kits to help you see what is included in each kit. Please note, however, that the exact contents depends on the hardware style you are purchasing!


Hardware Styles

Heavy Metal

The Heavy Metal is made from raw hot-rolled metal, with high quality nylon wheels. The track can be customized to exact length. *Please note this hardware is not black. It is made of unfinished, raw, hot-rolled steel.

Price: $195 for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot.

 

Stainless Steel

The Stainless Steel, as the name suggests, is made of hand-polished stainless steel. The wheels are also made of solid stainless steel. The track can be customized to exact length.

Price: $585 for track length up to 6' + $30 per additional foot. 

 


Spoky Stainless

The Spoky Stainless is made of hand-polished stainless steel. The wheels are 4.5” diameter and made of solid aluminum. The track can be customized to exact length.

Price: $630 for track length up to 6' + $30 per additional foot.
 


Horseshoe

The Horseshoe is made of raw hot-rolled metal, with nylon wheels. The track can be customized to exact length. *Please note this hardware is not black. It is made of unfinished, raw, hot-rolled steel.

Price: $345 for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot.


Arrowhead

The Arrowhead is made of raw hot-rolled metal with nylon wheels. The track can be customized to exact length. *Please note this hardware is not black. It is made of unfinished, raw, hot-rolled steel.

Price: $230 for track length up to 6' + $16 for each additional foot.

 


Brassy Beau

The Brassy Beau is completely solid brass, including the wheels. The track can be customized to exact length. *Please note for strength, lag bolts are brass plated steel.

Price: $650 for track length up to 6' + $40 per additional foot.


Top-mount

The Top-mount comes in two finishes and can be customized to exact length.

  1. Hand polished stainless steel with aluminum wheels. Price: $650 for track length up to 6' + $30 for additional foot.
  2. Raw hot-rolled metal with nylon wheels. Price: $270 for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot.

T-Slide

The T-Slide is made of aluminum, with high quality nylon wheels for smooth and quiet movement. The track can be customized to exact length. 

Price: $180 for track length up to 6' + $16 for each additional foot.
 


Double doors: Bi-parting vs. Single track bypassing hardware

Some openings require two doors. Depending on your situation, these doors can be installed in one of two ways: (1) bi-parting or (2) single track bypassing.

Bi-parting system

All our hardware kits can be installed this way. In a bi-parting system, two doors are installed along the same track; the doors slide away from each other to open and slide towards each other in the middle to close.

The bi-parting hardware is available in the following styles and price points:

  • Heavy Metal — Price: $290/kit for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot
  • Stainless Steel  — Price: $995/kit for track length up to 6' + $30 per additional foot
  • Spoky Stainless — Price: $1,010/kit for track length up to 6' + $30 per additional foot
  • Brassy Beau — Price: $1,040/kit for track length up to 6' + $40 per additional foot
  • Horseshoe — Price: $585/kit for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot
  • Top-mount, stainless steel — Price: $1,040/kit for track length up to 6' + $30 per additional foot
  • Top-mount, raw steel — Price: $440/kit for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot
  • Arrowhead — Price: $360/kit for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot
  • T-slide — Price: $288/kit for track length up to 6' + $16 per additional foot

Single track bypassing system - patent pending

Our patent pending single track bypassing system supports two doors sliding on a single track, with one door sliding behind the other. This system is ideal for when you have a large opening but not the wall space for a large door, nor the wall space on both sides of the opening to have two doors in a bi-parting configuration. Check out this video to see how the bypassing system works

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The single track bypassing hardware is available in the following styles and price points:

  • Raw steel in the Heavy Metal style — Price: $435/kit with track length under 6' + $16  extra per additional foot 
  • Raw steel in the Arrowhead style — Price: $475/kit with track length under 6' + $16  extra per additional foot 
  • Stainless Steel in the Stainless Steel style — Price: $1,085/kit with track length up to 6' + $30 extra per additional foot 

We do not recommend this hardware kit for DIY installation as it is quite tricky and often requires onsite adjustments. Please contact us for installation service.
**Maximum door thickness is 1.5"


Installation Instructions

Download installation manuals (PDF) for our bi-parting, single track bypassing, and T-slide hardware below.


Accessories: Handles

If you choose to have a handle for your barn door, here is one that we make. It is approximately 10" long, but can be customized to be longer or shorter. Some of our customers even choose to make it almost as long as the height of the door. Price: starts at $35.


Shipping

We ship our hardware across Canada and the U.S. If you cannot pick up the hardware from our Toronto studio, please provide us with your location when you get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to quote you the shipping and handling cost.


FAQs

How do I obtain a quote?

Please send us an email at info@1925workbench.com and include:

  1. A picture of the space/opening
  2. The dimensions of the opening (width and height)
  3. The style of door and hardware you're interested in
  4. Your installation needs and location

How do I order from you? Do you have an online ordering system? What forms of payment do you accept?

Due to the highly specific nature of our products, we don't currently have an online ordering system. To place your order for hardware, simply email or call us and let us know what you're interested in. We accept email transfers, paypal to info@1925workbench.com, cheques, and credit card.

Do you ship to the U.S. and Canada?

We only ship the hardware across Canada and the U.S. If you need our finished doors to be shipped to you as well, please contact us for more shipping information.

How much weight can the barn door hardware support?

  • The T-Slide: 180 lbs
  • The Heavy Metal: 200 lbs
  • The Stainless Steel: 300 lbs
  • The Horse Shoes: 200 lbs
  • Brass: 200 lbs

Please note this is the maximum recommended weight. The barn door hardware track should be mounted on every stud along the length of the track.

What is the maximum thickness of the door that would work with the barn door hardware?

The barn door hardware is made to accommodate doors up to 2 ½” thick.

What are the recommended dimensions for my barn door if my opening is x" wide and y" high?

Your door should be around 4" wider and 1" higher than the actual opening. That way, you will have 2" of overlap on each side of the opening for added privacy.

How much headroom do I need to mount the barn door hardware?

The minimum required headroom, i.e., distance between the top of the opening and the ceiling, is 6 inches. However, 8"–10" is recommended for easier installation. If you do not have at least 6” clearance, we have the box track that only needs 2.5" of headroom. Contact us for details.

What is the floor guide and do I need to install it?

The floor guide is a small bracket that is mounted on the floor at the bottom of the door to keep the door in place. You can mount the floor guide in one of two ways: (1) the slot guide or (2) the clamp guide. The floor guide is not required, but we highly recommend you install one to ensure stability. Get in touch with us if you need more information on installing floor guides.

What should I do if I have existing door trims?

The barn door hardware is made so that there is a 1" gap between the door and the wall. So long as your door trims are less than 1” thick, you won’t have a problem.

What should I do if my door trims are over 1" thick?

Please let us know when you order so that we can make the spacer longer for your track.

How do I install the barn door hardware?

We have installation instructions for every type of barn door hardware if you intend to take on this exciting project on your own! Please see the product descriptions above for downloadable instructions (pdf). Otherwise, we offer delivery and installation services starting at $450. Talk to us for details.

Does the barn door hardware make a lot of noise when you slide the door?

We use high quality nylon/polymer rollers with built-in ball bearings that make very little noise when in motion. You will be surprised how quiet it is!

Can I use the barn door hardware outdoors?

Absolutely!

Do you ship to...?

We ship our hardware across Canada and the U.S.! Unfortunately, we aren’t able to fulfill other international orders.

My question is not in the FAQ.

No problem! Please get in touch with your question and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have for us.