Barn Door Locks

Upgrade your interior with our collection of sliding barn door locks. Whether you prefer a contemporary or classic aesthetic, our locks effortlessly blend style and security. Crafted for reliability, each lock ensures privacy while enhancing the overall appeal of your space.

Questions About Our Barn Door Locks

If you are unsure about the compatibility of our locks with your doors or need advice on choosing the right lock for your space, please feel free to explore the frequently asked questions below or reach out to our customer support team for personalized assistance.

What types of barn door locks are available?

There are various types of locks available for barn doors including latch locks, privacy locks, keyed locks, and combination locks. The selection of the lock type primarily depends on your specific requirements and preferences. At present, we only offer latch locks, but we are planning to add more categories soon. If you require any specific locks, please feel free to contact our sales team at 1-(847)-727-3263 or email us at andrew[@]

How do latch locks work on barn doors?

Latch locks typically consist of a sliding bolt that engages with a strike plate to secure the door. They are easy to install and operate, making them a popular choice for barn doors.

Can door locks be installed on both single and double doors?

Yes, barn door locks are versatile and can be installed on both single and double doors.

Are there keyed barn door locks for added security?

Yes, keyed barn door locks offer an extra layer of security by requiring a key for access. These locks are suitable for areas where controlled access is important.

Does this lock require professional installation?

Our latch lock is designed for easy installation and can be done as a DIY project. It comes with an installation manual. However, if you are unsure or want to ensure proper installation, you may choose to hire a professional.

What factors should I consider when choosing a barn door lock?

Consider factors such as the level of security needed, the location of the door, the type of door (single or double), and your personal preferences. Additionally, ensure compatibility with the door design and size.