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19 North Harrison Street
Shelbyville, IN, 46176
United States


America's heritage has stood in the fields and beside farm houses for over a century in the form of barns. Historic barns are becoming more difficult to find, and due to the increase in comercially zoned land are being destroyed. Reclaimed Barns & Beams reclaims the wood from these hand hewed, pinned barns that have stood the tests of time. It is our hope that we can transform this wood into vintage farm tables, chairs, ceiling beams, mantles and more. This will give us a chance to keep the history of these barns alive and with us for years to come.

Sliding Barn Doors


Select Your Door STYLE

Create that special look for your home or office. Custom made doors are created for you using reclaimed lumber. Follow the steps below.

1. Measure the door opening

2. Select the style you like

3. Select the material that you like

4. Call us for a quote- 317-617-2773


Example Doors:

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Select how you would like the front of your door to look.

You will need to select a style for the front and back of your sliding reclaimed door. They can both be the same or the horizontal or vertical style will be placed on the opposite side of your door. 

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Additional Styles

 Dropped plank 

Dropped plank 

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You can select this style for the front and back of your door if you would like. This will need to have a steel or wood frame. The frame will wrap around the perimeter of your door.

\Prices vary depending on the frame that you select. 

Select your door material.


Beautiful Steel Door Tracks


Door track information

  • The barn door track is 3/16" thick and 1 1/2" wide

  • 3" x 1 1/2 " cast iron wheels for years of wear

  • 5/16" x 4 1/2" lags with 1 5/8" spacer tubes to fasten to wall

  • Your choice of any length of 1 1/2" wide x 3/16" unfinished flat steel track with end stops (end bumpers take up to 4") are available.

  • All barn door tracks over 6 ft long will be shipped in two sections, and all tracks longer than 12 feet will be shipped in three sections with center splices.  Shipping longer tracks in multiple  sections prevents the track from bending during the shipping process. 

  • The track can support 300 + lbs depending on if the track is installed correctly into the wall studs.

  •  The barn door hardware weighs between 14-60 pounds depending on the size you purchase.

  • A standard 8 ft single door kit weighs 17 pounds.

  • Barn door hardware can be used outside, but it must be treated. If left untreated (raw steel) it will rust when exposed to moisture. 

  • Your barn door should be 2- 4 inches larger than the opening, but this is a subjective thing depending on your taste and home's decor. When placing your order you will need to know the door's opening measurements. Do not give the measurement of the door you want. Only give the measurements of the opening.


  • You need 6.5 -7 inches of clearance for our standard door.

  • We can offer styles that accommodate lower clearances (hinge, t-strap, modern, and more)

Barn Door Information

All of our Reclaimed Sliding Doors are created from real reclaimed lumber. This lumber was obtained from Historic Barns in Central Indiana. This historic wood is old growth lumber. The growth circles are much different than the lumber growing today.

The doors created with barn siding are built with old growth pine or poplar lumber. This lumber can vary in width. The typical sizes are 7 inch wide and 3/4 inch thick. We can cut the length as needed for your custom need. 

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Doors that are created with interior lumber from these historic barns are typically oak lumber. The lumber is usually 1 inch thick and 3 - 4 inches wide. Wider planks are available like in the photo above. This material is reclaimed from the stall walls or other interior areas of the barns. 

This door is a great example of a wood framed door. Steel frames are also available. 

Call Angie to ask questions or place your order: