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Carriage

Carriage (CA125)
Carriage (CA125)

Classic Style and Elegance

The Carriage is a traditional and elegant door that is ideal for classic homes and early 20th century buildings.

The door is constructed from solid timber and features three panels with windows above. The number of windows can be adapted to suit your design. A range of glazing options are available, including clear safety glass, patterned glass and double glazing.

The Carriage door makes an excellent entry door, but can also be used as a beautiful solid timber garage door.

This design is suitable for Victorian, Regency, Colonial and turn of the century buildings, as well as for modern classic homes, eclectic designs and provincial properties. 


 6 Lites as standard, can be modified
 3 Raised panels, can be modified*
 Federation Style Glazing bars
 Solid timber infill
 Clear safety glass
  Custom designed to suit your size requirements.
  Quality construction using solid Western Red Cedar. Other timbers available on request. 
  Precision machined from 100% solid timber (no veneers or fingerjoints). 
  *Door design can be customised with a variety of bolection, profile and panel panel options (see below). Note: bolections included on both sides of door, pyramids to external face only.
  Panel options: (i) flat; (ii) raised; (iii) pyramid; or (iv) tongue-and-groove.
  Clear safety glass included as standard. Many other glazing options available including obscure glass, double glazing, energy saving glass and more. Visit our glazing options page for more information. 
  Range of glazing bar profiles available to suit door style.
  Rail heights and widths customisable on request.
  Suitable for internal or exernal use.
  Can be used with all Cedar West door frames (eg hinged or pivot).
  Door nominally 38mm thick as standard (44mm optional).
  Optional factory priming available.



Custom options for panel doors

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