Garador Vertical Cedar (SH)

The Garador Vertical Cedar Side hinged garage door is a beautiful and simple example of how solid timber doors can make a statement whilst still being elegant and understated. The basic design of this door allows the natural beauty of the timber to do all the talking and means it would suit all manner of property styles, from the very traditional to more modern housing designs.

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  • The surveyor will take measurements and discuss options
  • We’ll generate a quotation based on the survey and deliver it to you within 24hrs


Available in 6 different woodstain colour finishes, the Garador Vertical Cedar Side Hinged garage door can be customised to further fit in with the look of your home. You also have a choice of different handle options in order to ensure consistency across your property. We will fully finish the door for you in your chosen colour of stain (Antique Oak, Chestnut, Ebony, Light Oak, Mahogany and Walnut are available) prior to installation and will evaluate the environmental conditions around your home to best advise you on when the stain should be re-applied. When looked after properly, timber doors like this will last for decades to come.


The Garador Vertical Cedar comes with a black handle and fascia as standard, if you're looking for something a little different you can customise your door with a range of optional extras. Below is a selection of the available options:

  • Chrome effect handle and fascia
  • White handle and fascia
  • Outside Knob Handle
  • Door stays (pair)
  • Left hand leaf leading


Our garage doors come with a range of colours and glazing options available. Below are the various options for the Garador Vertical Cedar Side Hinged range.


Light oak
Antique oak

Recent Installations

With a comprehensive 2 year guarantee and benefitting from a 12 month guarantee on workmanship, you’re covered for the first 2 years of the life of your door. Further coverage can often be garnered through your home insurance policy – we would recommend talking to your insurer to make sure you’re covered.