Two, three or four sections
Outstanding workmanship in wood and steel
They have to withstand the effects of wind and weather, are constantly exposed to changing temperatures and sometimes have to forgive slight slips and carelessness.
It is quite possible that barn doors slam closed during everyday work in the stables. The durable construction with many clever details ensures that our barn doors will do their job effectively for many years. They are made to measure and fitted precisely in old or new buildings.
Form & function
The sky's the limit when it comes to the design. We work with you to design your barn doors and then we deal with the technical implementation - naturally to the high standard of quality that you expect of us.
Two, three or four sections define your comfort
It is not always immediately obvious how many sections a barn door has, especially if it has glass inserts. The number of sections is therefore hardly of any importance for the design.
In barns, three or four-section doors are considerably more convenient, as they let fresh air in, but prevent horses leaving the barn.
The steel frame is available with either a galvanised or powder-coated finish. There are hardly any restrictions when it comes to the colour, and two-colour barn doors also have an impressive effect.
Barn door with segmental arch - Entrance with flair
Barn doors with segmental arches lend all stables a friendly, exclusive ambience and can enhance the appearance of the entire yard.
As all barn doors are made to measure, the shape of the arch can be modified to suit your wishes. Barn doors with segmental arches are available in all versions.
We build what you want
We work together with you to build your barn doors.
You choose the design, we deal with the technical side and manufacturing. No matter what the form, size and design of a barn door you decide on, the construction and fittings are almost identical.
This means that you can rely on our quality, no matter which door you choose. This includes the wood infills, the steel frame and also the many small details that make our barn doors special.
Why our barn doors are so durable
The combination of steel and wood makes our barn doors not only particularly robust, but also safe. The steel frame made of a special profile has the minimum number of weld seams and guarantees a long service life.
- Very break-proof: 6 mm toughened safety glass in a circumferential rubber seal. Insulating glass is also possible.
- Externally mounted muntins possible
- Safe and durable: Tube frame locks with handle made of stainless steel.
- Protective grill, summer doors or bars depending on requirements
- Adjustable, very robust hinges manufactured on our premises, naturally adjustable, round tabs to prevent injury
- Powder coating available in almost any colour
- Injury-safe flush and espagnolette bolts
- Tough but still smooth-running: partially reinforced, circumferential steel frame with steel profiles
The door infills are made of wood moulding or solid laminated boards that are not only water-repellent, but also very robust. On the three and four-section barn doors the top and bottom sections are invisibly and firmly connected in the moulding with the Röwer & Rüb flush bolt. The handle is rounded to prevent injury as are the handles of the espagnolette bolts. This bolt firmly secures the door sections.
Wood infills, wood types, colours and design
Colour material and type of infill boards play an important role in the design the barn door. We would be pleased to advise you on the right material for your door. The choice of colour is up to you. Some examples:
Fig. 5: Vertical wood moulding, glazed
Fig. 6: Vertical wood moulding, herringbone, glazed
Fig. 7: Diagonal wood moulding, glazed
Fig. 8: Bamboo
Fig. 9: Vertical wood moulding, brown glaze
Fig. 10: Plastic panelling, green
Fig. 11: Plastic panelling, white
Fig. 12: Vertical bamboo