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    Soft Close Barn Door Hardware

    Soft Close Barn Door Hardware

    Almost all of our barn door hardware uses soft close technology which makes our doors safer and quieter than many other products on the market.

    Our barn door hardware is similar to the soft close drawers found in many kitchens. The hardware is constructed to slow the door to a complete stop during the last three inches. This prevents the door from bouncing off the end of the rail and practically eliminates the possibility of pinching your fingers between the door and wall. 

    What also sets our soft close barn door hardware apart is that our wheels are constructed of industrial nylon. Unlike metal wheels that are noisy and can reverberate throughout the home, our unique nylon wheels are whisper quiet, allowing you to enjoy custom barn doors without any noise disturbance.

    We carry a large selection of barn door hardware to fit your specific design aesthetic, from classic to modern styling. We’re also able to offer more sizes than anyone else in the Canadian market—up to a 16-foot track for 8-foot wide single doors. 

    Our clients are often pleased to learn that we also use an EZ install bottom guide that attaches to the wall instead of the floor, making it perfect for basements, tiles, or any other application where you don’t want to drill holes in the floor. 

    We include easy-to-follow installation instructions with all of our doors, but if you ever have any questions about our soft close technology, or how to properly install the hardware for your Viba barn door, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We always answer our phones during business hours and are prompt to reply by email. 

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    We've been building custom barn doors since 2013. All of our wood is sustainably sourced from the Kitchener-Waterloo area and our doors are constructed at our workshop in Mississauga. 


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