The Monmouth range of oak wooden garage doors is hand crafted in oak mouldings, and oak faced exterior grade ply for the unforgettable appeal of a natural oak garage door.
The Monmouth Oak Garage Door Range is part of the Coach House collection of wooden garage doors and is just a taster of the range of oak styles in development. These first few oak garage doors will soon be joined by a more extensive collection of oak designs to further increase the choice available. Oak is just on of those materials - beautiful coloration, grain and a very hard hardwood!
The Monmouth Oak garage door range uses oak moulding and oak faced exterior grade plywood. Why plywood? Oak, although hard is very prone to expansion and change as it ages. It is also very heavy. These characteristics, unless handled with care, will cause problems when building an oak garage door. By using oak faced ply and oak moulding we are able to keep weight to a sensible level and ensure the doors we build are stable. There will always be movement in joints and other parts of the door but, with the construction methods and oak materials we use this will be within normal levels.
But I want a boarded style or a raised panel design... in oak this doesn't work well... however Woodrite has a solution. The Warwick range of garage doors uses idigbo, a hardwood that is very similar to oak in grain and colour and is a very popular choice when you want a wider choice of designs.
Doors are supplied fully finished in a choice of twelve shades – click here to view.
Monmouth Oak up & over garage doors are of panel-construction suitable for use with Masta-Gear and Super-Chassis and available in standard and made to measure sizes.There are 12 designs in the Monmouth Oak wooden garage door range: Click on an image to Zoom Oak Broadoak Oak Fairoak Oak Kingsoak Oak Oakdale Oak Oakgrove Oak Oakhampton Oak Oakhaven Oak Oakley Oak Oakmere Oak Oakridge Oak Oakwood Oak Sevenoak
you’ve chosen your design
Now that you've chosen the oak design you like the most, it's time to look at the options for your oak garage door.
Use the panel below (it appears on every page) to choose your oak finish, look at the available oak hardware, select the type of window style you want (if applicable) and learn more about oak framing options.