Up and Over Timber Garage Doors
Up and Over Timber Garage Doors - The ultimate in quality and aesthetics
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Thanks to the wide variety of styles of up-and-over garage doors, you are sure to find the right one for your home. Scroll down to see some selected doors.To get you on the right style, and the right surface and the right colour. For your home we have all kinds of options available to get you started.
Garador/Hormann Up & Over garage door range. These doors are constructed from solid red cedar and plywood; built around a strong box section chassis for rigidity. With initial and regular staining this door should last a lifetime.
This product can be used in a variety of different ways and is suitable for many applications. It is commonly requested for its hard-wearing surface layer veneer (e.g. for flooring applications), or due to its high strength & rigidity (e.g. musical instruments). It is also regularly used in the manufacture of decorative furniture, where the core is to be seen, or even accentuated, and the desire is to have an edge with the uniform colour of European oak throughout the panel.
(Woodright Product Only)
Panel-built up and over garage doors made with selected cedar mouldings cedar tongue and grooved boards and raised and fielded cedar panels dependent on style available with Masta-Gear or Super-Chassis lifting Gear
Panel-built up and over garage doors made with selected cedar mouldings and cedar faced ply Available with Masta-Gear or Super-Chassis lifting Gear
All the doors we supply for the up & over range from our suppliers with canopy door gear (up to 8ft max) as standard, doors larger then 8ft need to have the option of retractable gear.
What Is Cedar Wood
Solid wood — that is, wood cut into boards from the trunk of the tree — makes up most of the wood in a piece of furniture. The type of wood you choose determines the beauty and strength of the finished piece. Many varieties of wood are available, and each has its own properties. The following sections introduce you to the most common types of soft- and hardwoods.