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  • How to build install a Sliding barn door~ DIY ,superhouse

    Follow along as I show you how I build a siding barn door. Also show you how to install it.

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  • DIY Sliding Door ,How to Build Your Own ,Bob Vila

    Photo: Ohoh Blog for Bob Vila Next, glue one of the plywood board s onto the frame. Cover each 2×2 with wood glue, hover the plywood over it to see that the side with the door pull’s hole lines up

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  • how to make A SLIDING DOOR and the HARDWARE yourself!! (super

    Be sure to see the UPDATE video too! I saved $1000-$2000 on this sliding door project!! I made everything myself including making the hardware!! A great d

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  • How to Build Install a Sliding Door : 12 Steps (with Pictures

    To join the boards together, we used a Kreg jig. A Kreg jig makes pocket holes which makes it easy to screw boards together. After we made all our pocket holes, we put the 1x3 boards in place and screwed them together. After all four boards were connected, we flipped over our frame so the pocket holes didn’t show.

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    2. We started by picking Everbilt sliding door hardware available at superhouse. We read the instructions and sketched a simple plan of what we wan

    3. Materials: Everbilt Sliding Door Hardware (superhouse)Plywood (superhouse)Marker board (superhouse)1x3 Red Oak (superhouse)1x4 Poplar (Home Depo

    4. First we gave the plywood front, back and sides a good sanding.Then we painted the front, back and sides with Kilz primer and sealer.

    5. Next the instructions show the door needs a groove at the bottom for the floor guide to pass through. We made one small cut with a table saw the

    6. To join the boards together, we used a Kreg jig. A Kreg jig makes pocket holes which makes it easy to screw boards together. After we made all o

    7. We headed back to the table saw to rip the marker board down into 6” slats. It was very helpful to do this as a team and communication and safet

    8. After it dried, we took the door inside and measured and marked the placement for the hanger holes. We pushed the hex bolts through the holes fr

    9. By reading the instructions, we found that if the rail did not line up to the wall studs, we needed to install a header board on which we would

    10. We put the door in place and attached the door stops to each end of the rail.We placed the anti-jump disks to the top of the door.

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  • How to Build and Install a Sliding Door, how-tos, DIY

    Attach the plywood sheet to the back of the door. Apply wood glue on all top surfaces of the pieces of both your inner and outer frames. Place the plywood on top of the frame, apply wood glue and secure it with screws once it aligned. Flip the door so that the newly attached plywood side faces down.

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  • How to Build a Sliding Barn Door in 14 Steps ,This Old House

    Use a miter saw to cut the 15 filler strips according to the cut list. Add adhesive and set the top rail flush along the top of the boards; adhere the upper stiles below it, flush to the outside edges, and the middle rail below them. Add the lower stiles and rail, leaving a 1-inch channel for the floor guide that contains the door.

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  • How to Build a Door ,5 DIY Door Ideas (Weekend Projects) ,Bob

    3. Sliding Scale: DIY Sliding Door. Particularly perfect for homes where space is a commodity, sliding doors (also known as barn doors) create additional space for you to by freeing up the 90

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  • How To Make Custom Sliding Closet Doors ,superhouse

    In this video we show you how to make a modern bypass closet door. The doors feature a floor to ceiling style that also serves as a custom feature in the roo

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  • Barn Door Construction, How to Build Sliding Barn Doors

    The simplest way to build a door is to use 1x10 T&G barn siding for the door and regular straight edge 1x10 barn siding for trims and cross-bucks. If needed, you can substitute 1x10 T&G boards for 1x8, 1x12 or even 2x6 or 2x8 boards. Make sure to get T&G boards for the door itself and regular boards for all of the trims.

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