- Generally garage doors are either tilt-up models or have hinged panels or sections that roll up and down on a garage door track system. Most common sized two car Garage Door (16×7 foot) aluminum single-piece tilt-up or shin kicker style garage doors cost $400 -$700 (installed), are extremely lightweight, and don’t rust — but they do dent easily and are not the most attractive.
- Installation of an average 16×7 tilt-up wood door of flush construction (exterior plywood or siding to match the house mounted on a frame of fir or other soft wood) starts at $400 -$700; for sectional roll-up wood doors designed to be painted it’s about $800 -$1,000; higher-grade roll-up stained wood panel garage doors cost $1,200 -$2,000 or more, depending on the type of wood and any decorative additions to the panels; and custom-built wood garage doors cost around $2,500 -$3,000 and go up from there. Wood is popular for its natural look and style, but needs regular maintenance to avoid warping or cracking as it ages.
- Faux Wood is the new craze and is quickly becoming the hottest seller for us. Faux Wood Garage Doors are just as beautiful as traditional wood garage doors but without the maintenance of real wood. Faux Wood Garage Doors or Clopay Canyon Ridge Garage Doors are one of the most beautiful garage doors around but expect to pay $2500 – $5500 for this type of door.
- Expect to pay $750 -$1,200 to have an average-sized 16×7 foot steel garage door installed. The less-expensive models are usually thinner metal and may be single skin; double-skin doors have foam insulation between two panels, giving a nice look both the inside and outside. Premium doors are typically 2 inches thick, filled with insulation, have thicker steel panels and include weather-stripping and weather seals. Steel doesn’t rust and doesn’t need repainting as often as wood does, but it will dent and repairs be difficult.
- Whether it’s metal or wood, garage door manufacturers provide many styles, from a basic frame-and-panel design to sculpted segments, horizontal ribbing, or built-in narrow strips of single- or dual-pane windows across the top of the door that are both decorative and a source of light in a dark garage. Models with these options tend to be in the higher end of the price ranges.
- Installing a garage door is considered a medium-difficult do-it-yourself project for a two-person team, at an average cost of $300 -$500, depending on the type of door chosen.
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