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Garden Gates & Garage Doors

Garden Gates & Garage Doors

At Climadoor, we believe your garden gate should be more than just an entrance - it’s the first impression of your outdoor space and your home. Our pine garden gates and garage doors perfectly blend rustic cottage vibes with sturdy functionality - ensuring your home and garden stays secure while looking absolutely charming for years to come. 

From £43.79 to £399.00

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The Climadoor Garden Gates & Garage Doors Range

Quality Wooden Gates Delivered To You

Crafted from high-quality pine, Climadoor garden gates are designed to withstand the elements and provide long-lasting durability. 

The sturdy ledged bracing with boards that benefit from tongue and grooved construction plus dowelled stiles, rails and ledges ensure your garden gate will remain solid and secure for years to come. Plus, with their natural wood grain and warm tones, they’re perfect for creating that country cottage garden vibe that many of us strive for. 

Wooden Garage Doors Designed for Living

At Climadoor, we know that your garage door is a crucial part of your home’s facade. That’s why our pine garage doors are crafted from premium quality pine wood, combining strength and beauty in one practical package. 

Versatile enough to suit both traditional and contemporary homes, wooden garage doors add a warm, inviting look to your property while providing robust protection for your vehicles and belongings.

Our solid pine garage doors are engineered for durability, designed to withstand daily use and the harshest weather conditions. The natural wood grain and superior craftsmanship using a traditional ledged and braced construction, ensures they’re not only functional but stylish too.

Fully Customise Your Home’s Exterior

Prefer to paint your new wooden gate or garage door? No problem! All Climadoor solid pine garden gates and garage doors are supplied “unfinished” so you can choose a paint or stain that suits your personal taste. 

Whether you'd like a crisp white garden gate or a black garage door with windows to match your external doors, our small but perfectly formed range allows you to create the look you want.

Affordable Sustainability 

Pine is a standout wood with its delicate yellow colouring and charming knots and growth rings. Despite its light colour, pine is actually a variety of redwood primarily found in Scandinavia. Here in the UK, we call our pine trees Scots pine to set them apart from their European cousins.

Pine is a superstar in building, construction and furniture making. Often used in composite wood materials, it's much more affordable than hardwood such as oak, yet still packs a punch with its strength and flexibility. A solid pine garden gate is lightweight and machine-friendly, making it perfect for carving intricate details and as it’s so easy to work with, it’s fantastic for even the most novice of DIYers.

Plus, pine grows super fast, making it easy to harvest without depleting our forests. Like the rest of our wooden products, all of our pine gates and garage doors are FSC® certified. So, if you’re looking for an eco-friendly solution for your home, a pine garden gate is a perfect pick.

Not sure what to choose? Our friendly and knowledgeable external door experts are just a call or message away ready to provide expert advice on pine garden gates and garage doors. Just give us a call or drop us a message.

Questions about Garden Gates & Garage Doors

How long do softwood gates last?

Softwood gates, such as those made from pine, can last a substantial amount of time with proper care and maintenance. On average, you can expect a well-maintained softwood gate to last up to 15 years. However, several things can impact their lifespan.

Higher-quality softwood will generally last longer than lower-grade wood and properly treating and sealing the softwood can also protect it even further from moisture, pests and UV damage, which will significantly extend its life.

Garden gates exposed to harsh weather conditions, such as heavy rain, extreme temperatures or intense sunlight may deteriorate faster, so regular maintenance is crucial. Regularly cleaning, painting, staining or applying preservative treatments can help prevent rot, warping and other forms of deterioration. 

Proper installation, ensuring your garden gate is level and securely mounted, can prevent unnecessary stress on the wood too, helping it last longer. It’s also really important to fix any damage quickly as this will also help prolong the gate’s life.

Is it better to paint or stain a wooden gate?

Choosing between painting or staining a wooden garden gate mostly depends on the look you want and the level of maintenance you’re prepared to undertake. Here’s a breakdown to help you decide which option might be better for your wooden gate:


Paint provides a thick, protective layer and it comes in a wide range of colours, allowing for more customisation to match your home or garden. A good quality wood paint can also cover what you might consider imperfections in the pine such as knots or discolouration, giving a more uniform appearance.

However, painted wooden gates may need more maintenance over time to keep them looking their best. Likewise, properly preparing the wood surface for painting can be more labour-intensive - requiring sanding, priming and multiple coats of paint.


Staining is perfect for bringing out the natural beauty of the wood grain and texture of the garden gate, giving a more rustic and natural appearance. Unlike paint which offers a protective seal, stains penetrate the wood, offering protection from within to help prevent wear and tear.

Stained wood typically requires less maintenance than painted wood as it doesn’t peel or crack, and touch-ups are usually easier. However, while stains come in various shades, the colour range is much more limited compared to paint. The final colour also depends on the type of wood and its original colour.

Stains may not cover up imperfections or discolouration as effectively as paint, either. And while there are UV-resistant stains available, most stains offer less UV protection than paint, which can lead to fading over time. 

If you prefer a vibrant colour and don’t mind the extra maintenance, painting might be the way to go. On the other hand, if you appreciate the natural features of the wood and want a lower-maintenance option, staining could be the better choice.

Ultimately, it boils down to your preferences and willingness to maintain the finish.

Are wood garage doors a good idea?

Wood garage doors can be a fantastic choice for those who like their rustic appeal and better customisation options. 

Their cottagecore vibes are great for improving kerb appeal and can be finished to match any architectural style with a variety of wood stains and paints to choose from. 

Wooden garage doors are also robust and naturally insulating, providing better thermal insulation than metal doors and potentially helping to reduce energy costs - which is especially useful with integrated garages. They are also a more environmentally friendly option when built from wood sourced from sustainably managed forests.

However, wood garage doors do need slightly more maintenance than their metal counterparts, needing periodic staining, painting or sealing to protect against moisture, pests and UV damage. 

This upkeep can add to the long-term costs, but they do tend to be a cheaper initial investment compared to steel or aluminium garage doors. Wooden garage doors are also more susceptible to weather-related issues like warping and rotting if not properly maintained. 

Despite these drawbacks, if you're willing to invest in their care, wood garage doors can be a beautiful and durable addition to your home.

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All of our doors and hardware are guaranteed for ten years against the occurrence of manufacturing faults.

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