Bathroom barn door – The order or construction of the barn door duo section. Then in the frame of the door opening on the barn wall. Now is the time to install the barn door lane. Measure the top of the stable door and multiply by two. This is the finished width of the door track. Cut a mounting board the length of this measurement. Mark the center of the board. Mark the center of the opening of the barn door framed inside the barn wall at the top. Place the cutting board on the floor, wide side up. Place the steel barn door and the gaskets on the top. Make a pencil mark on the track one protrudes through the end of the board. Cut the track lengthwise using a hacksaw.
Holes for the steel track fixing bolts according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Put a scrap wood block underneath when drilling through the track. Adjust the track back to the wide face one by four. Place a carpenter level on top of the track to check the level. Mark the location of the holes in the steel track on the dash. Drill holes through the gasket at each location. Use a bit of diameter slightly smaller than that of the fastening bolts. The mounting plate nail into the inside of the barn at the top of the bathroom barn door opening. Match the midpoint mark on the board with the midpoint mark of the inside wall of the barn door opening. Make sure the gasket is level and plumb and perpendicular to the floor. If it is not plumb, put wedges behind the board to put it vertical before nailing it to the wall of the barn inside.
Bathroom barn door, drill holes through the mounting plate where you come across a wall stud. Trim the holes so that the head of the leg bolt will sit under the surface of the mounting plate. Thread a securing bolt through each countersunk hole and use a little securing bolt in the variable speed bore to screw the bolts into the wall studs until the fastening bolt head is located below the face of the mounting plate.