Our Process


At JMH Garage Doors, we work with you to create a custom designed garage door that is unique to your specific home requirements, personality and taste.


Every garage door is constructed with only the highest quality materials available on the market, as the strength and integrity of each JMH Garage Door is just as important as design. This is why our garage doors are ‘Build to Last’.

Delivery & Installation

Once your garage door has been constructed, one of our qualified craftsmen will come to professionally install it for you, all you need to do is sit back and admire your masterpiece.


Traditional Timber

You can’t beat the classic feel of a traditional timber garage door. Our timber range is constructed exclusively from Western Red Cedar due to it’s strength and beauty. JMH also offer endless possibilities with unpainted, primed, painted, stained or clear finishing.

Contemporary Styling

Create a contemporary design by combining the traditional feel of timber with modern materials. At JMH we can incorporate materials such as acrylic, aluminium mesh, glass and polycarbonate to combine security and style whilst providing your garage door with more natural light. The design possibilities for your new garage door is truly endless.

Door Operation

The choice is yours as to weather or not the opening operation is tilt or sectional. With no more lifting heavy doors, ease of use and convenience at your fingertips – just one push of your remote button and you can drive straight in.

Sectional Operation


Tilt Operation


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Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata) is renowned for its natural beauty and outstanding physical properties that make it one of the world’s most unique softwood species. This exceptionally beautiful wood has natural colouring in mellow ambers, reddish cinnamons and rich sienna browns. Its warm colouring is complemented by a uniform, fine-grained texture with a satin lustre. The hallmark characteristics of Western Red Cedar and its natural durability can be seen in working examples that still exist from well over 100 years ago.

Growth and Harvest Regions

Western Red Cedar grows on the western edge of the coastal mountains from Southern Alaska to Northern California.

Forestry practices are guided by the internationally recognised sustainable forest management system elements of ISO 14001. These high standards of sustainable forestry are audited by third party inspection agencies to insure compliance with the certification standards.

Natural Durability

Western Red Cedar is one of the few wood species that are naturally at home in the outdoors. Mature Coastal Cedar is rich in decay resistant extractives.

Dimensional Stability

Western Red Cedar offers minimal shrink, swell and warping changes due to it’s dimensional stability.

Flame Spread & Smoke Development Ratings

Western Red Cedar has flame spread and smoke development classifications that are superior to the minimums set by the building codes.

Termite Resistance

Termites prefer food sources other than Western Red Cedar, only in extreme instances will they attempt to consume WRC fibre. Our Doors use preventative treatments to ensure consistent resistance to attack.

Acoustic Properties

The open cell structure of Western Red Cedar has demonstrated an ability to absorb and dissipate sound energy.


Western Red Cedar has a fine, straight grain and uniform texture that make it easy to cut, saw and nail with common tools. These features also contribute to its ability to be planed to a smooth surface or profiled to any pattern. Cedar’s freedom from pitch and resin make it an excellent base for all types of paints and stains.

Gluing Properties

The lack of pitch and resin allows Western Red Cedar to hold glue bonds from a wide range of adhesives.