Polytunnel Doors

Add the perfect access point to your polytunnel with a durable polytunnel door. At Premier Polytunnels, we have different types of polytunnel door frames and doors to choose from, each made from timber.

All timber used in our polytunnel doors is tanalised, which means that the wood has been treated. This preserves the wood, protecting it against rot and the effects of extreme weather conditions.

By choosing a sturdy polytunnel door, you can protect your fruit and veg in the months and years to come. Browse the range below to see what styles and sizes are available.

If you’re looking for individual fixings and fastenings for your doors, such as hinges and cabin hooks, these can be purchased from our Door Fixings and Fastenings section.

Single door and door frame

If you have a 6ft wide polytunnel, this is the door for you. It is a hinged door with an opening of up-to-2ft 2in. As well as the solid treated timber frame, it has two panels: ventilation net at the top and a polythene panel at the bottom of the door.   

Wide single door and door frame

These wide single doors are used on our 8ft wide to 14ft wide polytunnels and have a 2ft 8in wide opening that offers room for wheelbarrows, trolleys and wheelchairs. This polytunnel door design features a ventilation panel at the top and a lower panel of polythene.

Double doors and door frame for garden polytunnel

For larger polytunnels, double doors are ideal. This option, designed for larger garden polytunnels, includes an opening of up-to-5ft 4in and both doors are hinged.

Single sliding door kit

This kit has everything you need to make your polytunnel door into a sliding door which will smoothly slide open on the outside of your tunnel.

Double sliding door kit

Access your crops with ease when you add sliding doors. This kit has everything you need to make your polytunnel double doors into sliding doors, with our design making the polytunnel door assembly easy.

Take a look at the range of polytunnel doors available at Premier Polytunnels to find the right match for your gardening project.