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B AO

Thanks we did find something that worked. i was concerned that the doors were about 100 lbs each but came together nicely.

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B AO
Thanks the doors are about 100 years old salvaged from a chapel at a school. The cabinet is for library cards. We painted it and put the hairpin legs.
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Kitch4me

Perfect spot for barn doors!

Where did you buy the hardware?


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B AO
Industrial by design is the maker bought off Amazon
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B AO commented on a discussion: Has anyone used Armstrong's vinyl line Pryzm?
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B AO

Hi Daniel. Here are a few sice kob completed.

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Andrea Tishman

For those who have posted your photos, thank you. We placed an order for 840 ft of Pryzm Salvaged Plank White and expect it to arrive later this week. Will post photos along the way.

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HU-585413238

I purchased pryzm floor boards and layed them my self approx. August 18. Initally the floor looked great but by late November (3months later ) there appeared movement in several boards more where most walking was done. By early December the floor had developed more movement sideways and length ways to the extent I became concerned and asked the retailer representative for her comments and thougths. Initially it was suggested to put some sort of levelling product on he concrete floor as it was thought the floor may not be level, let it dry then relay boards, but further research elsewhere strongly suggested not to glue the boards to the floor to stop the movement .Then it was arranged for a rep from Armstrong to come and look at the floor ,I was concerned that this rep would not be coming until after xmas as the floor was deteriorating quickly and we were expecting family to visit us over xmas. By the time Armstrong rep came it was early January and in short was a waste of time, as all he wanted to do is find an out, and he claimed it was a result of laying the boards incorrectly. Instead of receiving a personal reply to discuss rectifying the problem, I get a email message claiming the boards have been incorrectly laid .I am totally dissatisfied with this company and the pryzm boards . Has anyone got any thoughts on how to get these boards to hold together , this was a $2000 investment and cannot afford to just throw them out .I need to solve this problem. Gary

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B AO started a discussion: Walk in Closet | DIY or Use a Service?
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Bri Bosh
Look into the elfa system from the container store.
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I think 'Easy Closets' www.easyclosets.com might be a good fit for you. You can design your closet yourself online. If you're not working with a local designer you can have one of EC's designers review your design before placing the order. It gets shipped to your house and you can install it yourself. Good luck with your project.

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