Sawmill Creek

Elegant Wood Garage Doors

It all begins with the natural beauty of clear grade Western Red Cedar, known for its rich grain and warm palette that ranges from light amber to deep honey brown. Elegantly textured, this high quality wood speaks of prestige and pride of ownership. In addition to its good looks, Western Red Cedar contains natural oils that help preserve the wood for years to come.

Beauty, Performance and Prestige in Every Door

Your home is typically the largest single investment you'll ever make. It also says a lot about who you are - your style, your taste, your attention to detail. In many homes today, the garage door is no longer viewed merely as a functional necessity. On the contrary, garage doors are fast becoming prominent design elements of the home's exterior facade, making a strong personal statement while adding significantly to the home's curb appeal.

With Sawmill Creek doors, curb appeal begins with attention to every detail. While our doors appear to swing, fold, or slide open, in reality they glide overhead at the touch of a button. So you have the best of both worlds - classic good looks of handcrafted wood construction and the convenience of today's technology.

Sawmill Creek doors feature:

  • Clear grade Western Red Cedar which adds to the richness and look of the home.
  • Premium operating hardware for safer, trouble-free operation.
  • Construction with no exposed end grain, providing protection from rot by eliminating moisture build-up.
  • A wide assortment of styles from curved and square tops to v-grooved and beaded surfaces and more.
  • Additional options:
    • Patented simulated center post for double wide doors
    • Prefinishing
    • Decorative hardware
    • Windload certification

Distinctive Designs for Distinctive Homes

Choose from the Swing Look, Sliding Look, Tri-Fold Look or Quad Look series. Then, select one of the many design options, or create your own. These doors come in a wide assortment of styles, including curved or square tops, v-groove and beaded surfaces, and simple or elaborate window patterns that enhance your home's architectural design. Whether you want your doors to blend subtly into your home's facade, or stand out and make a bold statement, you have a broad selection of designs to choose from.

Swing Look

The classic split design of the Swing Look is reminiscent of swing-out doors from turn-of-the-century carriage houses, country homes and cottages. Horizontal cross bucks, windows, and decorative hardware can add variety to the design.

Sliding Look

Sawmill Creek Sliding Look doors remind you of one-piece swing-up doors of the past. Windows can be added to break up the strong vertical orientation of the design, creating the perfect complement to modern, traditional or rustic architecture.

Tri-Fold Look

Three-segment Tri-Fold Look doors appear to fold to the side as an accordian, but horizontal section breaks allow the doors to open upward. Optional half bucks and square or curved tops can add character to the design.

Quad Look

With their four-segment facade, Quad Look doors imitate the classic beauty and strength of bi-fold carriage doors. The choice of curved or square top looks provide greater variety in design, often balancing a home's architectural style.
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