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Cedar Doors

PUBLISHED: 16:37 19 August 2013 | UPDATED: 11:37 15 May 2015

Cedar Doors

Cedar Doors

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Our timber garage doors offer elegant, period designs to enhance the appearance and beauty of your property.

The natural warmth and elegance of our doors is achieved by the skill of our craftsman who will create and design to your specifications. All our doors are hand prepared and finished to the highest standard and fully factory finished to give a full weather protection.

 

Cedar Doors beautiful range of tongue and grooved boarded doors enhance the appearance of any modern or period designed home. Tough and durable, they are manufactured in the highest quality Western Red Cedar boards.

 

Cut to specification, these boards are glue bonded into a solid cedar frame which is traditionally constructed with solid cedar stiles and rails. All joints within the construction are morticed and tenoned, glued and wedged to ensure the strongest joint method in door construction and the highest quality finish to our product.

 

Doors are available in made to measure sizes from 6ft to 18ft wide and from 5ft 6ins up to 8ft high. Doors are manufactured on smooth running and fully retracting door gears. We also offer the option of canopy gear on some doors that are up to 8ft wide.

 

Cedar Doors have been manufacturing timber garage doors for the last 25 years with a customer base ranging from the small house developer building high specification properties to the major house builder with developments of all sizes nationwide.

 

We also support a national network of Garage Door Specialists and Installers, all dealing direct to the public and trade outlets.

 

Call today or visit our website for more information and to locate your nearest distributor.

http://www.cedardoor.co.uk/

 

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