Wayne Dalton’s Colonial-style wood garage door captures the timeless charm of Colonial architecture. With its symmetrical and minimalist rectangular design, this style has remained popular for centuries. Our garage door pays homage to this enduring appeal, seamlessly blending tradition with a fresh and contemporary aesthetic. From its origins in the New World colonies to its adaptation by European settlers, our Colonial-style wood garage door embodies the spirit of a design legacy that continues to captivate.
Modernizing the classic Colonial style, Wayne Dalton offers four distinct models within the 100 Series (105, 110, 106, and 116) of Colonial-style wood garage doors. These models blend traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology to create an elegant effect.
Crafted from smooth hardboard or plywood, each garage door in this series features quarter-inch center panels made from exterior-grade hardboard. You can choose from traditional rectangle or square panel fields, reflecting the classic Colonial aesthetic. These doors look stunning in various finishes, from crisp white to bold ebony gloss or any hue that suits your vision.
While rooted in early Americana, the clean lines of our Colonial-style wood garage doors complement a range of architectural styles, including modern farmhouse, urban loft, classic ranch, and more. Available with eight to 16 panels for single garage doors and eight to 32 panels for double doors, these options allow you to customize the perfect look for your home.
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Crafted by skilled Amish woodworkers in Mt. Hope, Ohio, and artisans in Centralia, Washington, our Colonial-style wood garage doors embrace a timeless beauty. These doors are meticulously handcrafted using age-old techniques and traditions, showcasing a deep-rooted pride in enduring craftsmanship.
Each Colonial-style wood garage door is a testament to precision and care. Crafted with solid wood rails and stiles made from kiln-dried west coast hemlock, Sitka spruce, or similarly robust wood, these doors are designed to stand the test of time. Mortise-and-tenon joints, glued and steel-pinned, provide enduring strength capable of withstanding years of use and the elements. The shiplap-style connections between sections ensure a weather-tight fit, while rust-resistant, hot-dipped galvanized steel tracks and hardware ensure smooth and reliable operation for years ahead.
– Shiplap connections offer weather resistance and smooth operation.
– Rust-resistant, hot-dipped galvanized steel tracks and hardware.
– Individual door sections are 1-3/8” thick.
– Durable 1/4” exterior-grade hardboard center panels.
– Panel frames (rails and stiles) made from kiln-dried West Coast hemlock, Sitka spruce, or equal.
– Model 105 features standard duty rails and stiles, while Model 110 boasts heavy-duty ones.
– Mortise and tenon joints are securely glued and steel-pinned, enhancing long-lasting durability.
We recommend calling us in advance before visiting our showroom. This way, we can ensure our availability and dedicate time to show you our door selection.
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