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Barn doors are a popular design choice for both exterior and interior doorways.

While they look great in farmhouses and cottages, they can also add character to other structures with various architectural designs, including homes with limited living space. Since these doors slide open and closed instead of swinging outward, they can fit almost any floor plan.

Seconds & Surplus sells a wide range of barn doors near Dallas. This informative overview will help you choose from our sizable selection of barn door styles and types, which includes 1-panel, 2-panel, and 5-panel doors.

Most of our barn doors come in unfinished pine to promote personalization and allow our customers find the perfect doors for their spaces.

Complete Barn Doors for Sale

Looking for a barn door equipped with the necessary hardware can make shopping for discount barn doors more convenient and cost-effective.

Finding a door with all the necessary hardware makes the installation process faster and easier. Fortunately, we sell several different barn doors that come with Easy Glide Soft Close components pre-installed. 

Our barn doors come in sandstone, gray, and unfinished pine. The sandstone door features a dual diagonal plank design, while the unfinished model uses a single diagonal plank design. The gray pine showcases a herringbone design, a timeless pattern that received its name because it resembles the layout of the bones in a herring.

Channel Your Creativity with Unfinished Barn Doors

If you’re looking for a simple, unfinished barn door that can serve as a blank canvas for your bright design ideas, we have several styles that can fit the bill.

You might opt for a door with one large panel enclosed within a wooden frame, or you could go with a door that has a larger upper panel and a second lower panel. Our five-panel and three-panel barn doors are some of the most popular choices right now.

If you’re looking for a pine door with a single vertical plank, our barn door warehouse has several size options to meet your needs. All of our unfinished doors are 84 inches in height, but you can choose a width of 24, 28, 32, or 36 inches.

Those same dimensions are available with our 2-panel pine doors with diagonally positioned boards, which are also unfinished.

Need More Height? We’ve Got You Covered

If you decide you need something taller than 84 inches while hunting for barn doors near Dallas, you’ll be pleased to know that we also offer barn doors with a height of 100 inches (the width options are the same as our standard and unfinished doors). This option makes it possible to add a door to a higher threshold.

Our 100-inch-tall doors come unfinished with a 5-panel design.

Do I Need Barn Door Hardware?

Many barn doors don’t include the necessary mounting hardware. While comparing barn door prices, make sure you check to see what all the cost includes. If hardware isn’t mentioned, you may need to buy the closing mechanism separately.

We also sell top-mounted and strap roller kits to ensure that you can easily install any door you buy from us. The top-mounted kit comes in flat black, while the strap roller kit comes in satin nickel. You can pick these kits up in-store, request local delivery, or schedule shipping to any city across the country.

Our full range of barn door hardware also has various door handle styles that come in many different styles and finishing colors including nickel, flat black, and stainless steel. They make a great addition to any old barn door that needs a new finishing touch, or a new barn door that you want to fully customize.

Get Your New Barn Door Today!

No matter what style or finish you’re looking for, Seconds & Surplus makes it easy to find and order the barn door of your dreams.

Use our secure online store to shop for your new barn door and arrange for pick-up or delivery. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at one of our convenient locations in Dallas, Richardson, Grand Prairie, or Lewisville.