Wooden garage doors

Wooden garage doors

Garages house some expensive items and need as much security as our homes. Therefore, it’s important to have a garage door that will provide strength and durability. Not only this; but a touch of class will transform its look.

Garages aren’t simply used to house our cars anymore and often homeowners use them as a gym, a den for children or even as extra storage space for boxes, tools and other household items.

And many older designs are damp, with rotting doors and unattractive looks. Particularly if your garage is attached to your home, it’s something you should definitely consider replacing.

Benefits of wooden garage doors

There’s no denying, wooden garage doors look fantastic. They bring a wealth of aesthetic appeal that simply can’t be matched by the traditional steel doors.

  • Wooden doors are most often designed specially to suit the style of the home they’ll be serving. Victorian and Colonial style properties benefit the most from a wooden garage door, but they still bring appeal to every home.

  • There are many styles and designs available too, including the carriage style which tends to be the most popular.

  • Maintenance will be necessary to keep them in their ‘like new’ state, and painting or staining will protect the wood from the elements. If neglected, wooden garage doors can splinter or crack over time, destroying the effect they have on your home.

Wooden garage door types

Wooden garage door styles are usually split into three categories; one, two or three layers. The traditional look would be a single layer type. This is by far the most popular and least expensive too.

Two layer garage doors offer more in the way of insulation and are a step-up in energy efficiency. This type is most suitable for garages attached to your property and used for parking.

Three layered wooden garage doors create a sandwich effect with insulation surrounded by a wooden exterior and interior. As you would expect it’s the most expensive construction type, but is also the most energy efficient.

Wooden garage door quotes

If you’re looking to add an aesthetically pleasing door to your garage, whether it’s detached or attached to your property, wood is a fantastic option for most homeowners.

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Local Wooden garage doors Projects

1 Project: Hi, Please quote for 2no standard black garage roller doors. Opening 3050mm wide 2300 high. Quote extra for automatic doors. Thanks Please email quote What material are you looking for: Metal Do ...
2 Project: I have no problem with my actual garage door. The problem is that just one side of the wooden door frame has become detached from the brickwork and is only just being held securely by the top third o...
3 Project: Replacement up and over single garage door Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Do you require an up and over garage door: Yes Are you looking to change other doors in your property: No W...
4 Project: new garage doors or possible repair
5 Project: new garage door.. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Do you require an up and over garage door: Yes What material are you looking for: Metal Are you looking to change other doors in you...
6 Project: Roller garage door repair Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Are you looking to change other doors in your property: No Do you require an up and over garage door: No
7 Project: duplicate remote for electric doors already installed Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Do you require an up and over garage door: No Are you looking to change other doors in your prop...
8 Project: new garage doors or possible repair
9 Project: Manufacture two double wooden garage doors (four doors in total )
10 Project: Roller garage door
11 Project: Remote fobs
12 Project: We currently have a drop down metal garage door but would like to replace it with doube wooden doors.
13 Project: Replacement of an up and over garage door to a property in Marske, Redcar, either steel or GRP. Nothing automated as there isn't another entry into the garage. Do you require an up and over garage doo...
14 Project: Homeowner Please contact to appoint
15 Project: Up and over single metal garage door has a cable broken, which makes it hard to lift, and I have to supporting pole every time to keep the door open. Needs repairing.
16 Project: Supply and fit up and over door for a single garage Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Do you require an up and over garage door: Yes What material are you looking for: Metal Are you l...
17 Project: Garage door Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Do you require an up and over garage door: Yes What material are you looking for: Metal Are you looking to change other doors in your pro...
18 Project: Two non-electric garage doors wires have snapped and require repair.
19 Project: We have a roll up garage door. I want the garage door replaced with a sealed fixed upvc frontage with a single door to get in and out of. The reason is because we now have a internal door from garage ...
20 Project: Homeowner Please contact to appoint

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Wooden garage doors activity in October 2018

Wooden garage doors Projects in the UK in October 2018

September 2018 August / September
South East 2,440 -5% <img src=
Greater London 1,970 0% <img src=
South West 1,271 8% <img src=
North West 1,230 -10% <img src=
Western Midlands 1,204 -22% <img src=
East Of England 1,120 10% <img src=
East Midlands 1,028 -6% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 750 -7% <img src=
Scotland 548 12% <img src=
Wales 458 0% <img src=
Northern Ireland 193 14% <img src=
North East 40 -50% <img src=
United Kingdom 12,252 -4%

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