Every Door Has A Story….whether it be from a historic homestead, barn or industrial building, your Big Sky Barn Door will come with a story of its own. Included with each door is a short summary about the location of where the materials were harvested. Each Big Sky Barn Door is unique in its character and is a true conversational piece. Own a piece of Montana today with a Big Sky Barn Door!

Big Sky Barn Doors, LLC is a Montana based company located in the heart of the Gallatin Valley. Each sliding barn door is handcrafted from reclaimed barn wood across Montana.

We take pride in our craftsmanship and quality inspect each door. Once we have created your door, we will submit pictures directly to you for approval before shipping to ensure the look and quality is up to your expectations.

Services Provided
Sliding Barn Doors, Saloon Doors, Baby and Dog Gates

Areas Served
Nation Wide - USA
Location: 2501 Summit Drive
Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730
Typical Job Costs: USD 200 - USD 2,000
Commented: Is the "artwork" on the door 2 sided? We can do both sides of the door for an additional fee but the door will be thicker than normal due to the double frame. The standard rear of the door is just reclaimed planks like the attached photo...
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Commented: kg The bark does not come off. It is Poplar Bark and is often used for siding and accents on homes. It is very durable and we put a couple of layers of lacquer on as well.
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Commented: Is the width compatible with sliding barn door hardware? How thick? Compatible with hardware. Thickness is around 1 3/4 inches, dependent upon reclaimed material used at time of job.
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Commented: big horn other side The back is straight planked barn wood. We can trim in 2 Inch for an additional charge. Thanks for your question.
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Commented: what does the other side look like? can be used a s an exterior door The back of the door is straight board to board vertical barn wood.
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Commented: what does the other side ;look like? The back of the door is straight vertical board to board barn wood.
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