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All Cedar Door sectional garage doors are made to measure in width and height.

They can be fitted directly onto:
a) The rear surface of a masonry opening, OR
b) The rear surface of a min 70mm x 70mm timber goalpost frame.

Simply send us your sizes and we can help and advise on the exact size of door you need to order.


 



a) Cedar Door sectional door fitted onto the rear surface of a masonry opening.

The ordering size of the door is the brickwork opening width and height.
Headroom and sideroom required for this installation method:
  • Minimum headroom requirements from underside of the lintel to lowest point of the ceiling is 200mm for manual and electric doors.
  • Low headroom option only requires 70mm of headroom for manual door and 100mm for automatic door.
  • Minimum sideroom requirement each side of opening is 70mm (90mm recommended). This must extend uninterrupted into garage for the length of the tracks.
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Diagram shows sectional door fitted onto the rear surface of masonry opening.


b) Cedar Door sectional door fitted onto the rear surface of a timber goalpost frame.

The ordering size of the door is the timber frame opening width and height.
Headroom and sideroom required for this installation method:
  • Minimum headroom requirements from underside of the lintel to lowest point of the ceiling is 200mm for manual and electric doors.
  • Low headroom option only requires 70mm of headroom for manual door and 100mm for automatic door.
  • Minimum sideroom requirement each side of opening is 70mm (90mm recommended). This must extend uninterrupted into garage for the length of the tracks.
  • When fitting onto the rear of a timber frame which is fixed between the brickwork and under the lintel the “headroom” is the thickness of the timber crossbar (min 70mm) and the Low Headroom Gear will be required. In situations like this, the front of the motor boom is generally fixed into the rear of the lintel and an extended towing arm is used.


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Diagram shows Cedar Door sectional fitted onto rear of timber goalpost frame.
Timber frame is fitted between the brick piers and under the lintel.