Wood Overlay with Insulated Wood Base
Timeless Appeal Paired with Stunning Handcrafted Details
For homeowners who yearn for the timeless beauty of wood, Timberlane uses only the highest of quality wood species to handcraft our garage doors. Our Vintage Garage Doors can be customized in countless ways to accent your home’s facade.
Preferred choice for the purists who appreciate the appeal of wood.
- Available with a Western Hemlock, Western Red Cedar, Red Grandis, Spanish Cedar, or Sapele Mahogany overlay
- Handcrafted to exceed your expectations
- Constructed from high-quality wood species that are resistant to moisture and termite damage
Timberlane’s Vintage Garage Doors
Each Vintage Garage Door is crafted using only the highest quality of woods which are hand-selected by dedicated artisans to ensure your expectations are met.
Our doors are 2 ¾” thick, are built with an R-9 insulated wood base, and are available in an array of styles to choose from.
Timberlane’s Stain Grade Premium Wood Species
Timberlane offers three stain grade premium wood species to choose from for your Vintage Garage Doors.
Dramatic and luxurious wood species, with a straight, open, and attractive grain, that looks beautiful either stained or with a clear, natural finish.
Sapele Mahogany is a solid, long-lasting garage door material that portrays a consistent grain pattern that offers a stunning staining foundation. This wood species is one of the strongest, most water-resistant woods on the market and is highly sought-after for its durability and resistance to decay.
Western Red Cedar
A beautiful, fine-grained wood that has exceptional natural tannins to help preserve its character, quality, and long-lasting durability.
Western Red Cedar garage doors are popular for their extraordinary resistance to rot and termite damage. This light-weight material is not only durable but allows for a plethora of stunning details to be easily executed. Every piece is hand-selected and patiently kiln-dried to last for years to come.
Spanish Red Cedar
This species, also known as cigar box cedar, is a fine hardwood. It has similar characteristics to Western Red Cedar but with its own enduring charm.
Spanish Red Cedar is a durable, long-lasting garage door material option that is ideal for staining due to its consistent grain pattern. In addition to its sought-after appearance, Spanish Cedar is also known for its durability as its super dense consistency will have your garage door looking new for years to come.
Timberlane’s Paint Grade Premium Wood Species
Timberlane offers two paint grade wood species for our Vintage Garage Doors. Choose the wood species that is right for your garage door.
Attractive, old-growth lumber with clear vertical grain that is rich in golden color showcases the pure beauty of this premium wood material option.
Western Hemlock garage doors offer exceptional strength and density. Western Hemlock is recognized as one of the best woods for construction and is treated with anti-fungicide before finishing.
Beautiful, straight grains and dimensional stability that is similar to Cherry, Sapele, and Hard Maple woods.
The overall stability of Red Grandis makes it a noteworthy choice for painted finishes. Its tight, uniform grains provide excellent water-resiliency as well as durability against rot.
Timberlane’s Vintage Garage Door Styles
Choose your style, color, cutout, and more to make your Vintage Garage Doors unique in every way. Begin your journey by selecting one of our garage door collections.
A traditional appeal met with a simplistic styling that is an excellent additional to any home style.
Authentic, swing-style garage door that is sure to make a lasting impression for years to come.
Mimics the old-world style of a folding door with endless character, charm, and handcrafted details.
Instantly recognizable style that captures an authentic rustic character combined with a simple construction.
Want to Learn More About our Vintage Garage Doors?
If you are interested in learning more about our Vintage Garage Doors, take the time to explore some of our available resources. Dive into our Material Comparison Chart or get technical with our Vintage Specifications Guide.