Barn doors just aren’t complete without a handle. The importance of a barn door handle is often overlooked. Barn door handles, commonly called pulls, make it easier to open and close your barn door. A pull is not only functional, but they add a little more texture and dimension to your barn door.
There are a lot of different options when it comes to handles and pulls for your barn door. Pulls are easily installed by simply screwing them into your barn door. Flush pulls require a little bit more work. To add a flush pull you need to hollow out a piece of your door so that the pull can lay flush. The Surface Mounted Flush Pull combines the function of a standard pull and a flush pull.
Installing the Surface Mounted Flush Pull is as easy as adding a standard pull to your barn door but with all the benefits of a flush pull. One side features a traditional pull while the other side presents a flush pull that will go on the wall side of your barn door. The biggest advantage of this handle is that you will not need to hollow out a section of your barn door to enjoy the function of a flush pull.
With the Surface Mounted Flush Pull, you really do get the best of both worlds. To add the Surface Mounted Flush Pull to your barn door, pre-drill two holes into your door that line up with the pull and then screw in the flush pull to the standard pull.
The Surface Mounted Flush Pull simplifies the installation process and allows you to experience the perks of both a pull and a flush pull. The right barn door handle can make all the difference. Which is why Rustica offers the Surface Mounted Flush Pull in multiple finishes. Shop the Surface Mounted Flush Pull here.
Click here for a PDF version of the Surface Mounted Flush Pull instructions.
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