Barn Doors

Moulton Custom Door, being based in New England, has built its fair share of barn doors.  We continue to preserve the appearance of traditional barn doors, with our own twist:  rather than sliding or swinging doors, we give the facade of traditional doors with the modern convenience of an overhead automated door. Take a look through our gallery and see what we mean.


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Hidden Mechanics, High Insulation, Customer Design, Clasic Barn Design, False Hinges   1058
Vermont
Hidden Mechanics, High Insulation, Customer Design, Clasic Barn Design, False Hinges

Hinges, hardware and design give this door the classic barn door look. We placed the springs and much of the mechanical aspects of the door above the windows to keep a clean look.  

Sliding Barn Door Appearance, Customer Design, High Insulation   1553
Vermont
Sliding Barn Door Appearance, Customer Design, High Insulation

Looks like it slides, but it lifts: a play on a traditional style barn door that goes overhead rather than swinging open.  

Vertically Lifted Overhead Garage Doors, Customer Design, Custom Window Section   1609
Vermont
Vertically Lifted Overhead Garage Doors, Customer Design, Custom Window Section

These doors required some special consideration as there was no place for them to roll up. So we installed track that ran along the roof line so these doors are fully vertically lifted.  

Customer Design, High Insulated, High Lifted, Barn Style Door, Painted Track and Hardware   1652
Massachusetts
Customer Design, High Insulated, High Lifted, Barn Style Door, Painted Track and Hardware

When the customer designed his building, he included in the plans these custom doors. The design harkens to some of the traditional swing doors found all over New England.