You may not give it much thought, but your home could benefit from a new garage door. But where should you start? From the cost to the type of garage door, there’s definitely a lot to consider.

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How much should I plan to spend?

The style and feel of your home play a factor when it comes to garage door prices. It might make more sense to go with a classic look as opposed to something contemporary. From there, it’s time to turn to pricing.

Aluminum – Rust-resistant aluminum can be ideal for the right environment. Aluminum allows for a modern look with frosted glass replacing traditionally solid panels. If you look on Angie’s List, the average cost for a 16-by-7 double door costs between $1,500 and $2,000.

Steel – Steel options will be discussed in greater detail below, as that’s what primarily offered at Hurricane Garage Doors. Steel doors provide a broad range of color, insulation and price options. Unlike aluminum, steel doors have a much wider price range: from $750 up to $3,500 for the average 16-by-7 double door.

Wood – Homeowners love the look of wood, but depending on the climate, wood garage doors often require more maintenance. Plan on the cost ranging from $1,200 to more than $4,000 depending on the project and quality of wood used.

Composite wood – It provides the look of real wood without the challenges that come with the upkeep. A 16-by-7 double door usually costs between $1,200 and $2,200.

Should I consider an insulated garage door?

Believe it or not, your garage door impacts your home’s energy efficiency. So when you purchase a new garage door, you’re also saving some green with your energy bill down the road. Also, keep in mind that if your garage door is positioned where it’s constantly beaten down by the sun and wind, an insulated door will better regulate your home’s temperature.

Is my garage door going to hold up against the weather?

This one is critical since we live in Florida. At Hurricane Garage Doors, we not only provide great-looking, affordable garage doors, but also strong ones. Our storm-ready doors consist of heavy-duty material that’s durable and ready to take on the next major storm.

Hurricane Garage Doors provides a variety of options for garage doors, including short panel, long panel, impact windows, flush panel and Oaksummit.

Short panel

  • Available in Single-Layer: Steel
  • Double-Layer: Steel + Insulation
  • Triple-Layer: Steel + Insulation + Steel
  • Available in seven colors

Long panel

  • Available in Single-Layer: Steel
  • Double-Layer: Steel + Insulation
  • Triple-Layer: Steel + Insulation + Steel
  • Available in seven colors

Impact windows

  • Available in Single-Layer: Steel
  • Double-Layer: Steel + Insulation
  • Triple-Layer: Steel + Insulation + Steel
  • Available in seven colors

Flush panel

  • Available in Single-Layer: Steel
  • Double-Layer: Steel + Insulation
  • Triple-Layer: Steel + Insulation + Steel
  • Available in seven colors

Oaksummit

  • Available in Single-Layer: Steel
  • Double-Layer: Steel + Insulation
  • Triple-Layer: Steel + Insulation + Steel
  • Available in seven colors

At Hurricane Garage Doors, we offer the premier garage door service in South Florida. Contact us for a free estimate.

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