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Matching oak garage and front door?

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Anyone know if there are suppliers of matching garage and front doors in solid oak? The garage doors need to look like barn doors but up and over electrically controlled. Front door traditional with a single small window. 

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1 hour ago, PeterW said:

Hormann do what is called an “open for infill” door in their range that allows you to clad the garage door however you want. 

 

https://www.thegaragedoorcentre.co.uk/createyourowntimbergaragedoor

 

A decent joiner should be able to make you a front door and then match the garage panelling to it. 

 

 

Thanks @PeterW we had looked at these guys but didn't spot the infill option. Will defo give them a call.

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Not sure what area you are in but these guys https://eastonjoinery.com/ specialise in all things Oak and custom make to your requirements. We are using them for our windows and they were competitive in their quotes.

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The two main makers of wooden garage doors seem to be Woodrite and Cedar doors. See here for more information.

 

https://arridgegaragedoors.co.uk/wooden-garage-doors

 

http://www.cedardoor.co.uk/documents/ww/Cedar Door 8pp Price List 2011.pdf

 

However, I am not aware of anyone who makes sensibly priced matching wooden garage and front doors. To get a good match though you may have to down the Hormann infill route.

 

Urban front would make you matching door and front door, you would be looking at the best part of £15-20,000

 

 

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Thanks for the info. Will look at Urban Doors also, had a quote for double garage up and over timber doors - about £6k depending on type of timber, choices appear to be cedar, oak or accoya.  Probably best to find a best match with a bespoke oak front door - certainly wont be paying £15-20k!

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