Cedar Garage Doors

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Cedar Doors

Cedar Doors

Cedar Garage Doors are a specialist joinery company manufacturing timber garage doors. The side hinged, up and over and sectional garage doors are manufactured primarily from cedarwood although many other timber species can be used if required.

Different construction techniques are used depending on individual requirements. Traditional joinery made doors are produced enabling unique designs and made to measure sizes as well as many different glazing options.

Cedar Garage Doors - Timber Specialists In The UK

Mortice and tenon construction

Garagedoorsonline supplies timber up and over and timber side hinged doors from four main manufacturers, Hormann, Garador, Woodrite and Cedar Garage Doors.

All four manufacturers have a large range of standard cedarwood garage doors available, up to 16 feet wide and eight feet high as standard, however larger sizes can be looked at on a one off basis depending mainly on the design and therefore the weight of the finished construction. The side hinged doors are manufactured up to nine feet (2743mm) wide only

Traditionally constructed timber garage doors are made with solid cedar stiles and rails, with panels of either plywood or solid cedar, all joints are morticed and tenoned, glued and wedged, which is the strongest joint method in timber door construction. This is a method currently offered by Cedar Doors and Woodrite only.

Yale  locking on side hinged garage door panel

Once the door panel is built a base coat Remmers preservative woodstain is applied, either by spraying the door both sides or immersing the whole garage door panel in a tank.

Fully finished colours are now offered from a wide range of Remmers microporous woodstain systems.

This ensures total protection from the day of installation with minimal ongoing maintenance.

There are a good range of sympathetic colours to choose from as standard and new colours are developed all the time so if you do not see your requirement in the standard list please ask for a price.

Many people find the benefits of traditional side hinged garage doors enormous, particularly if you are using the garage frequently as access is made easy not having to open the garage door fully like other sectional or up and over types.

Security will be at a high level as standard, and can obviously be upgraded to whatever level you require with almost infinite locking arrangements inside and out.

Many diferent hinges and furniture options are available as well as sliding bolts for inside, door stays to hold the door panel open, foot bolts, yale locks and even electric or mechnical coded keypads.

As well as the obvious 50/50 split for the majority of door designs, you can also have a one third and two third door panel split on request, especially useful if the garage door opening is quite wide.

This offers you a normal pedestrian sized door for easy access and a large door leaf secured unless required for full width access.

Up and Over Range

The Cedar Up and Over doors have an area of the option for an area at of glazing in the top section of the door. This is more a traditional design and will compliment the more traditional built house.
The garage door has an outer solid frame housing vertically tongue and grooved boards in the lower section of the door which are glue bonded to the rear solid cross rails of the door, all doors are supplied basecoat treated as standard.







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Side Hinged Range

The range of Cedar side hinged doors are an alternative option to the Up and Over method of doors giving a more conventional opening style of garage door these are traditionally constructed with solid cedar stiles and rails, with panels of either plywood or solid cedar, all joints are morticed and tenoned, glued and wedged which is the strongest joint method in door construction.

Worksop Side Hinged


Middleton Side Hinged


Derwent Side Hinged


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