Goldberg Brothers Barn Door Hardware Featured In Products Magazine August ’17 Issue

GB in Products magazine July august 2017_Page_1(August 4, 2017, Denver, Colorado) — Goldberg Brothers, Inc. is among the featured manufacturers in “Inside Slider” by Patti Feldman, an article with valuable tips about purchasing and installing barn door hardware that appears in the August issue of Products magazine.

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This Old House Unveils New Project Featuring Goldberg Barn Track

This Old House 2017 Idea House(July 21, 2017, South Kingston, Rhode Island) — This Old House, the most trusted home renovation brand, is set to unveil the completed renovation of its third annual Idea House (#TOHIdeaHouse2017) on Saturday, August 5, 2017. The Beach House at East Matunuck, is a 3,200-square-foot, three-story shingle style South Kingstown, RI residence set in the bucolic coastal village of Snug Harbor called East Matunuck Farms. The home makeover includes barn door track hardware made by Goldberg Brothers.

This Old House teamed up with Sweenor Builders, Union Studio Architecture & Community Design and Denise Enright Interior Design to create the one-of-a-kind home, perfect for a growing family or for empty nesters who want to entertain.

The Beach House at East Matunuck will be featured in the October issue of This Old House magazine and showcased online in late September with a style guide, video house tours, online galleries, and tips from the project’s experts on energy efficiency and universal design. The Emmy®awardwinning PBS television series, This Old House will feature the Idea House in several episodes of its 38th season for 2017-2018.

Visitors can tour The Beach House at 84 East Matunuck Drive, South Kingston, RI, during an Open House Celebration Party on Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 11am to 4pm eastern. The event is free and open to the general public.

Goldberg Brothers Barn Door Hardware Appears in HGTV’s “Renovation Gap” Premiere

Doug and Paige of HGTV series Renovation Gap(July 21, 2017, Denver, Colorado) — Goldberg Brothers barn door track hardware can be seen in season 1 episode 1 of Renovation Gap on HGTV. The episode titled “Hodgepodge No More” premiers July 22, 2017 at 2:00pm eastern time. It features the home renovation work of a Dallas, TX-based father-daughter team Doug Broadbent and Paige Poupart. Their remodeling plans for a Dallas-area home included black Standard Series barn door track hardware, the most popular barn track product sold by Goldberg Brothers.

Renovation Gap revolves around Doug and Paige as together they bring a little east coast magic to the ever so sunny Lone Star State. The duo is willing to tackle any house in need of a TLC boost and turn chopped-up, jumbled houses into gorgeous homes. Doug is a master craftsman that has more than 30 years experience in the business and Paige learned from the best. As a designer, contractor, and a realtor Paige is by no means unskilled. What happens when you mix old-school mastery with cutting-edge vision? You get a Renovation Gap.

Doug Broadbent grew up on the family farm in Eastern Massachusetts. Raised building barns, coops, and fences, his skill was later honed during high school summer breaks, as an apprentice to Master Craftsman Domanick Falconeri. Working one on one with Domanick Falconeri for four years ensured that Doug was able to not only read and create architectural plans but that he was given the desire to create a business filled with down to earth integrity and character.

Paige Poupart has been in the world of visual arts and design since 2005. So it is no wonder that the duo works so well together. Paige studied Architectural Design in conjunction with Colombia University’s International Program in France.  By donating design expertise to cultural non-profit organizations such as The Preservation Alliance of Lafayette, Paige has definitely made a name for herself. A realtor, a contractor and a designer, there is no end to what this woman can do.

By working together, the father-daughter team are able to create a stunning blend of craftsmanship and cutting-edge vision to create the perfect home. The duos specialty is turning houses that could confuse the mad hatter even more into stunningly charming and cohesive living spaces. By turning a house into a home, the duo creates comfortable living spaces suited to familial needs. This is home renovation at its finest.

Learn more about the show and see a schedule of any repeat airings of season 1 episode 1 on HGTV’s website at