Garage and Personnel Doors

Garage Bay Doors

SolidLox Garage Doors Rear View
SolidLox Garage Doors Front View

Our hand crafted garage bay doors are made from treated timber. Alternatively, you can have them ‘in the white’ i.e. untreated timber, if you wish and treat (varnish/paint) them as you wish or leave them to ‘grey out’ without protection (although we do not recommend this).

The styles are left long at top and bottom for site adjustment (and as corner protection in transport).

Standard
Our standard Garage Doors are 7ft x 7ft ledged and braced softwood, opening out garage doors with tongued and grooved boarding to external face and includes a sturdy softwood frame without a cill. Black T-Hinges, Tower Bolt and Handles are included.

from £300 (inc. VAT) per pair. Please call for further details and ordering

Bespoke Full width
Our bespoke full bay width doors are ledged and braced softwood, outward opening garage doors with TG & V boarding and includes an extra sturdy frame without a cill. Black T-Hinges, Tower Bolt and Handles are included.

Full width doors come with their own frame to fit between the posts. This reduces the risk of posts being split if, e.g. wind caches a door and blows it back ‘off its hinges’ – any damage is restricted to the sub frame.

The door frame also comes with a ‘weather head’ i.e. it protrudes slightly over the doors and frame sides and has a ‘drip’ groove to minimise rain and snow on top of doors.

from £704 (inc. VAT) per pair. Please call for further details and ordering

Garage Personnel Doors

SolidLox Personnel Door Rear View

Our standard personnel door is a 6’6 x 2’6 basic ledged and braced door with tongue and groove boarding to the outer face. This includes for a door frame without a cill, but a hardwood cill can be provided if required. Timber is untreated.

Lower Floor Personnel doors are assumed to open outwards so that they do not clash with vehicles or other equipment being stored inside the garage. Doors to an upstairs room are assumed to open inwards so as not to obstruct the landing. They can however be arranged to open either way.