Although many homeowners overlook their door hardware, doors are what guests to your home touch first. Although you may have spent thousands of dollars perfectly furnishing the rooms that lie behind these doors, the first impression that visitors have center around door hardware. These small details in the home make a bigger impact than most assume. Moving on from just the front door, doors to rooms like the bathroom, the bedroom, and the kitchen all act as the barrier between guests and these beautifully designed rooms. Within these rooms lie other doors. Things like cabinets also require the same attention when it comes to choosing door hardware.
Sliding hardware, given its traditional application as barn door hardware, is made of solid steel. The standard track is 2 wide by 1/4 thick, making it strong and durable. Standard track systems can bear doors that weigh up to 400lbs! Additionally, the bearings in the wheels of the door hangers are guaranteed lubricated for life. Essentially, these sliding door hardware systems are built to outlast the life of your home.
Sliding closet doors were invented to help create the most space possible with closets. They slide on a smooth surface track system, which is easily installed and maintained. When these doors were first invented, they proved to be very expensive for homeowners however; this has changed and become more affordable for the average homeowner. Sliding doors come in various styles and materials, which prove that homeowners can have style and creativity in their home minus the high cost of redecorating fees. Closets are now featured elements in homes, which provide beautiful, space efficient focal points to any room within the home. Sliding closet door hardware can be added to further transform the looks. With a variety of materials such as wood, glass, mirrored knobs and handles, the choices are nearly endless.
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