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Who makes steel carriage house doors that look like STAINED wood?

Posted by bevangel (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 12, 10 at 9:57

We're building a new home and really like the look of carriage style garage doors like this: Photobucket

And, if I had an unlimited budget and could afford to have someone come restain and seal them twice a year, I'd not only go with real wood but I would get REAL carriage doors that swing outward! But, I can't afford REAL carriage doors or even roll-up "carriage look" doors in REAL WOOD. Nor do I want the hassle of yearly maintenance.

So I'm looking for a steel or fiberglass garage door that would give a similar look - at least from street distance. I found the article linked below indication that at least 13 companies are manufacturing steel doors with a stained wood appearance. Now I'm trying to track down those 13 companies to find out if any of them makes a "carriage style" roll-up door with a "stained wood" look. (Nothing like faking both the style AND the material. LOL!)

Can anybody point me in the right direction?

Here is a link that might be useful: DASMA article re


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RE: Who makes steel carriage house doors that look like STAINED w

GOOGLE Search, yellow pages.


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RE: Who makes steel carriage house doors that look like STAINED w

Clopay Canyon Ridge. But they are not cheap.
http://www.clopaydoor.com/canyonridge.aspx


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RE: Who makes steel carriage house doors that look like STAINED w

I just saw samples today of Wayne Dalton series 9800 (I think) - looks like wood-- made with a fiber glass skin


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