How Much Does a Garage Door Cost?
Does your home need a new garage door? Perhaps you’re just looking for a way to spruce up your curb appeal, or maybe you’re sick and tired of having a cold garage.
When considering buying a garage door there are several factors to consider that will influence costs:
- Size: Double or single doors.
- Material of the Door: Composite and aluminum are usually the most affordable.
- Insulation: Some garage doors don’t come with any insulation but if you are looking to lock out the cold insulation is a must and it may also lower energy costs.
- Customization: Styles, paint, hardware and any other customization.
- Garage Door Operator and Remotes: If needed, you can often find a great bundle deal for the door plus the opener.
- Installation: Don’t forget, you’ll most likely need the company to transport and install your new garage door.
- Warranty: If you would like to insure your purchase, you may also need to pay extra for a warranty.
Since there are so many variables that could go into your garage door, costs vary. You may also get a better deal if you do a package deal.
For example, the basic Banko bundle for a single garage door (steel with no insulation) with an operator, permits, installation, and one-year warranty is only $944 (includes taxes).
At Banko, they pride themselves on straightforward, and all-inclusive pricing, so you’ll never have to worry about any hidden costs. If you’re located in West Central Florida, they would love to give you a free estimate on a garage door.