Wood Stile-and-Rail Garage Doors
Wood Doors offer enhanced beauty and warmth not associated with steel.
ABOVE: The doors consist of stile-and-rail construction (the horizontal and vertical 'frames' of these doors) and panel inserts (the rectangular panels you see here with these images). Above left: Raised panel, Paint grade. Above right: Flat panel, Paint grade.
This is a higher resolution, and is called a Flat panel stile and rail wood sectional with Stockton windows. The close up is of the same windows, which is a great way to show potential clients the glass detail a little more close up in this series.
Pictured above are a double and single car garage, featuring Raised Panel Medex (ideal paint-grade/weather-resistance material). Notice you can choose wider or smaller panels across...this client desired a simple look.
Stile and rail wood sectional with Stockton grid windows
Flatpanel Hemlock Fir in Millcreek Pattern with obscure matching glass
ALL MAHOGANY (yes, special-ordered) - So the rails and stiles, as well as all the panel inserts, are ALL HONDURAN MAHOGANY.
Added are White Satin custom tempered glass - the goal by the client in this case was rather extreme - they had bought a new front door system consisting of same materials, and decided they wanted to tie the garage doors with the same species of wood. We advised them this would be extreme in costs, but the outcome was stellar.
Raised panel Medex Model 5-5 and Model 3-5 with matching Stockton windows. We custom-designed these to match well despite odd-sized openings.
Pictured above is the flat panel MDO smooth plywood stile and rail door
with short panel (colonial) obscure windows for privacy and light
You CAN choose alternate stain-grade materials in these stile-and-rail doors too, so don't hesitate to call us to discuss your needs and we'll stick to your objectives!
For those applications where the ground is not level: This door has a custom-trailer, which we then scribed (cut) to the contour of the ground. This garage had 14" height difference from one side to the other - extreme case.
Side view - the grain of Mahogany is unmistakable!