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How to Build a Barn Door
A basic barn door is a necessity for any barn, particularly if you have animals or livestock inside. These instructions are for a barn door that measures 8 feet wide by 8 feet high. You can modify it to fit the dimensions of your own door opening.
How to Build a Barn Double Door
If you like the rustic look of double-hung barn doors, you can build them yourself without too much know-how, time or trouble. You will just need a few tools, some good-quality lumber and a strong buddy to help you when it comes time for hanging.
How to Build Old Style Wood Barn Doors
One kind of barn-door style that is seen in a lot of places--and especially on older barn buildings--features horizontal ledges with a diagonal "X" pattern between them. You can build a door like this for your shed or garage, and if the door opening is large enough you can even build a set of double doors.
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