Internet #303870525

Model #P2250-3080-10B

30 in. x 80 in. 5-Panel Unfinished Prime Solid Pine Wood Interior Sliding Barn Door with Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware Kit

  • Durable wood construction with a paintable smooth surface
  • Equipped with 1/8 in. MDF plank skins, stiles, and rails
  • Includes instructions for quick and easy installation
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Product Overview

This Pacific Entries Interior solid wood door will enhance the warmth and beauty of every home. Adding a natural shaker beauty of square edge sticking will draw great memorable impressions of your home interior. New install or old, this door will enhance every home. This Pacific Entries 5-Panel Plank Shaker barn door is constructed with solid core engineered stiles and rails, with heavy 1/8 in. MDF plank skins and MDF panels built to resist shrinking, swelling or splitting. Durability and beauty for long years of enjoyment.
  • California residents
  • Beautiful way to enhance your dining, study, kitchen or bedroom areas, barn doors provides an elegant transition between space
  • 2-coats of primer ready for smooth paintable finish
  • Quality oil rubbed bronze powder coat finish
  • Easy to follow installation instructions
  • Mounting is quick and easy
  • Track width: 64 in.
  • Door size is 30 in. x 80 in. x 1-3/8 in.
  • How To Install Barn Doors

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Door TypeBarn Door KitBarn Door KitBarn Door KitBarn Door Kit
Panel Type2 Panel5 Panel4 Panel4 Panel
MaterialWoodWoodWoodWood
Finish TypePrimedPrimedUnfinishedUnfinished
Core TypeSolid MDF CoreAll Wood ConstructionSolid WoodSolid Wood
Barn Door StyleClassic FarmhouseFarmhouse
Door HandingUniversal/ReversibleUniversal/ReversibleUniversal/ReversibleUniversal/Reversible
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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
1.375
Door Width (in.)
30
Rough Opening Height (In.)
80
Rough Opening Width (In.)
29 in

Details

Barn Door Pattern
Panel
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Core Type
All Wood Construction
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Type
Barn Door Kit
Features
Easy Install
Finish Type
Primed
Hardware Finish Family
Bronze
Included
Hardware,Instructions
Material
Wood
Panel Type
5 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)
60
Returnable
180-Day
Texture Type
Smooth
Track Height (in.)
1.25
Track Length (ft.)
5.33

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year

Questions & Answers

9Questions14Answers

How wide is track the door slides on

Asked by Mari January 16, 2018
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It's something like 1-1/2 inches high and 1/4 inch thick.

can a bottom stablizer be purchased to keep the door from swinging?

Asked by barndoor March 17, 2018
2
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Buy after market adjustable floor guides. They come in pairs and screw to the floor so both sides are held. Just think carefully where to place them so they guide whether the door is open or closed. They are the same color as the rollers and after-market door handles.

We installed this door, except for the T-Guide assembly, the door slab shipped had no groove in t...

Asked by LookoutDIY March 25, 2018
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Buy after market adjustable floor guides. They come in pairs and screw to the floor so both sides are held. Just think carefully where to place them so they guide whether the door is open or closed. They are the same color as the rollers and after-market door handles.

can i get this door in a 32 in by 80 in??

Asked by debbie March 9, 2018
1
Answer

You would need to contact pacificentries.com for that size.

Paint peeling!!!

Asked by NT December 2, 2020
1
Answer

Water base. Best to check issue with paint dealer

Isn't there supposed to be a groove at the bottom of the door for the T square? Was the handle su...

Asked by Pounce July 19, 2020
1
Answer

No, this door should come with a u-guide of which the door travels between thus not need the groove. Handle sets are optional and not included as there are a few choices.

Once hung, how far does door extend from wall.

Asked by Belmar May 14, 2019
1
Answer

Mine is 1and 9/16 inches from the wall with the supplied spacers and a 3/4 hard wood board. My door required some work to fit correctly but it has been fabulous and absolutely right for my application.

Can the track be cut and shortened to 43 inches?

Asked by Aria April 24, 2019
1
Answer

You can cut it and drill new holes if you have the equipment but on a 30 inch door you will have no allowance for the door to open at all with only a 43 inch railing so I would ask why you would want to cut it?

Does the doors need to be painted?

Asked by Lisa July 10, 2019
1
Answer

Yes, it needs to be painted.

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This was more complicated than first appeared but mostly because of the supplied parts. I would n...
This was more complicated than first appeared but mostly because of the supplied parts. I would not attempt this if you have never hung a door or window previously or know something about wall structure. Having said that, I have a fabulous sliding door on my bathroom for a little extra effort. But the specifics: -There was no groove cut in the bottom of the door so the T-piece supplied was useless. I bought after-market parts to hold each side of the door which are actually superior and allowed me to hang the rail a little higher. - There were no handles supplied. But aftermarket products were good. - The instructions showed five holes in the iron rail where my physical rail only had four. I was supplied five lag bolts. - My door frame ran into a wall at 90 degrees and the ceiling sloped down to the wall above the door so the instructions were only half helpful. But I was able to line up studs for the lag bolts as well as use hard wood for the backing board which was a plus. - I had seven bolts for the door hangars in my supplied rail kit. Three were shorter than the other four. It was the shorter that matched my door so I cut one of the longer. - The holes in the door did not line up with one being off. Fortunately it only needed to be slotted 1/8 inch to the upside and it is not visible. Given the door hangs, slotting to the upside made no difference. Having said all that it is a fabulous door that looks terrific after two top coats and made in Brazil versus some other places we import from. I would have given the whole package five stars if I had not had to slot one of the holes for the rolling hangars. The only thing I will add is that if you have more than eight inches above the door for height going eight inches past the door and four or five feet on the sliding side, consider an 84 inch door even if the existing is 80 inches. For my application the 80 inch door was perfect. Finally, I don't normally write such long reviews but despite the few technical issues I am really impressed with this purchase.
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A Barn Door Has To Be at Least 84" to Cover the Doorway On An 8' Ceiling. Too Short!
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A Barn Door Has To Be at Least 84" to Cover the Doorway On An 8' Ceiling. Too Short!
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Looks great and good quality....
Looks great and good quality.
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I can't recommend this product , I returned mine at pick up time , as another customer noted , ...
I can't recommend this product , I returned mine at pick up time , as another customer noted , the groove in the bottom of the door is not made for you . The hardware that is shipped and instructions need the groove.
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Door was fine. Installation well described and went together per instructions. Only thing was g...
Door was fine. Installation well described and went together per instructions. Only thing was guide for door bottom--no slot in door bottom--so bought alternate guide at hardware store.
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The pre drilled holes on top the doors to install...
The pre drilled holes on top the doors to install the hardware did line up. There was about an 1/8 to 1/4 of a inch different. So now when the doors are hung you can see the crooked hardware. It’s very noticeable. I order 2 doors and both were the same. There is really no excuse.
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