Spring is the perfect season for home cleaning and makeover projects. Have you been considering a new garage door? There’s no time like the present! Before you jump into your garage door replacement, one of the first questions you may have is about the cost.
There’s actually not one single answer to that question. Garage door prices are influenced by a number of different things, including regional conditions. Excluding that, other factors that impact the cost of a new garage door include:
This is one of the biggest factors that affect the price of a garage door. While wood doors have aesthetic benefits, they tend to be more expensive.
The size of the garage door can also affect its installation price. Standard (single-car) garage doors typically range from 8 feet wide x 7 feet tall to 10 feet wide x 8 feet tall. Two-car garage doors can be extremely large—18 feet wide by 8 feet tall—and tend to be more expensive to install.
Insulation is another factor to keep in mind. Although energy-efficient insulated garage doors tend to cost more than non-insulated models, they can save you money in the long run by helping you reduce heating and cooling costs and lower your energy bills.
Planning to add windows or anything else to your garage door? Windows, decorative hinges and handles, etc. can add to the overall cost of the door.
What Is the Average Garage Door Cost in Boise?
According to HomeAdvisor, the average reported garage door installation cost in the Boise, Idaho area is $892 (based on more than 10 project cost reports). The nationwide average is $1,063. You can recoup much of the cost of the installation! According to Remodeling magazine’s 2018 Cost vs. Value Report, in the Mountain region—which includes Idaho—on average, for a garage door replacement that costs $3449, the resale value is $3,326 (97% of the cost recouped).
Garage Door Installation in Boise
We offer a variety of garage doors from leading manufacturers to meet any need and budget. Contact Big City Insulation of Idaho for a free estimate on your installation—or if you simply want to learn more about our services!