Friday, 31 October 2014

Have you seen our new Cedar and Elizabethan timber garage doors?

Picture of Addlington Cedar timber garage door on homeWe have two ranges for our timber up & over doors, Cedar doors which are made from solid red cedar as the name implies, and Elizabethan doors which are made from a combination of solid red cedar and plywood. We’ve just added four new doors to the range:

The new Countryman, Hampton and Addlington doors are constructed from solid red cedar and offer more choice and more options when trying to choose a door that will match your home’s architectural features.

Grown in cooler climates, the cedar wood has developed self-protective qualities to protect against temperature related stresses. It is useful as a home building material where humidity, temperature and cracking are common problems. Whilst many types of wood warp when subjected to moisture; cedar stays straight and flat and should last a lifetime if properly maintained. This makes it ideal for a garage door. Cedar wood doors can be stained and painted and not lose their beautiful grained appearance. All Garador timber doors come with a base stain as standard. A choice of stains and paint finishes are also available to enhance the appearance and appeal.

We have also added a new style of door to its Elizabethan range called the Grantham; which combines solid red cedar and a plywood backing to offer a different style of design without compromising on value for money. Please visit the Garador website for more information.

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