The attention to detail Vintage Homes and Millwork applies to every project is truly evident in their work on the doors for this Wilmington, DE barn. The barn was designed with hardi-plank siding, which reduces the overall maintenance needed. Naturally, the doors were also designed with strength and hardiness in mind. This is why a strong cedar was used for the doors, and iron hammer strapped hinges and latches were the best choice for hardware.
The stained cedar dutch doors have yokes that allow extra ventilation for the horses while also providing easy entrance and exit to each horse stall. Large sliding doors make it easy to move horses and equipment in and out of the barn. The windows – present in every door – allow natural light to filter in to the interior stalls and hallways, providing an airy environment for the horses.