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How Much Do New Doors Cost?

Door prices can vary drastically depending on the material, size and function of the door. The range of hardware options you choose will also play a role in the cost of your new door. Depending on whether you are looking for a new entrance door or a new garden door, the cost of your new door will vary. 

You can view our useful door price guide on this page and see how much one of the most popular door styles will cost. Please note that these prices will vary depending on your preferences and on your supplier. This is why you can use our door prices comparison tool and we will give you the best possible price for your next home improvement project.

When Should you Replace your Door?

Doors tend to have a long service life of over 20 years, however, during their lifetime they can diminish in quality and in performance. You should maintain and check your doors occasionally to spot any causes of concern.

Some signs that your door will need to be replaced are:

Damaged Door

Your door will require a replacement or repair if it has been damaged. Damage such as dents, rusting, peeling, squeaky hinges or the door being hard to open will prevent it from performing the way it was designed to. The security that a damaged door provides will be reduced and will pose a potential risk to your property.

A new door will provide better security, thermal performance and looks and will undoubtedly be a worthwhile investment in the long run. By comparing door prices with us you will not only better protect your home but we will also help you to benefit from excellent savings on the price of your new doors.

Space Under or Around the Doors

If there is space under or around the door and frame that may mean that they have warped. When doors are closed no light or draft should come into your home. If you start experiencing a draft coming from your door, then it will most likely need to be replaced.

If you choose to complete our door quoting tool you will not only save money on your new door but will also save money on energy bills as it will provide better insulation to your home.

Your Door Lock Is Not Working

If you are having difficulty locking or fully closing your door then you will need a new lock immediately. However, if your door has a standard lock you may want to replace it with a new one that offers better protection. Due to recent innovations, doors and locks are now safer than ever and will provide exceptional protection against intruders.

Guide Door Prices

Looking to enhance the performance of your home to an even greater extent? Outdated windows can cause sub-par thermal efficiency and security, and the same issues occur within older doors. That’s why you may want to replace your double glazed doors at the same time or soon after you replace your existing windows to enjoy total peace of mind and get reduced double glazing prices.

The same factors that affect double glazing prices for windows will influence how much your new doors cost. With size, style and glazing to consider, the double glazing cost will vary accordingly. For example, uPVC is once again the most cost-effective option when it comes to doors as well as windows, while other options like composite and aluminium are at a higher double glazing cost.

Check out the following pages to get better insights into what prices you can expect for double glazed doors or start your quote now.

Composite Door plus professional installation usually starts from £1000 and can vary based on the size, design and any accessories you choose. These doors are of higher quality so prepare to pay a little extra. Modern composite doors are, however, available in a wide range of styles and so your price will ultimately depend on your individual specifications. Glazing, door furniture, colours and finishes – will all affect the overall cost.

The cost of a Patio Door depends on a range of factors that are going to come into play. This is going to include the size, style, colour, panel count, and material that you opt for. Keep these things in mind when it comes to specifying your patio door build. Take a look at our example price tables below to see how the size and colour of the door can change the average price.

uPVC Patio Door Prices (1 Panel)

Patio Doors SizeColourGuide Price
1500mm x 2100mmWhite£975 – £1075
1500mm x 2100mmWood Grain£1225 – £1375
1800mm x 2100mmWhite£1000 – £1100
1800mm x 2100mmWood Grain£1250 – £1400
2000mm x 2100mmWhite£1050 – £1150
2000mm x 2100mmWood Grain£1300 – £1150

uPVC Patio Door Cost (2 Panel)

Patio Doors SizeColourGuide Price
2100mm x 2100mmWhite£1375 – £1525
2100mm x 2100mmWood Grain£1800 – £2000
2500mm x 2100mmWhite£1450 – £1600
2500mm x 2100mmWood Grain£1875 – £2075
3000mm x 2100mmWhite£1550 – £1700
3000mm x 2100mmWood Grain£2000 – £2200

Being built from durable and long-lasting materials, uPVC French doors make the ideal entrance to your garden. They offer exquisite views to the outside and add a warm and welcoming feel to the room. You can rest assured that the French doors that our installer network utilise are market-leading by design, which means that they’ll be able to offer you leading standards of thermal efficiency, security, durability, design, performance, appearance, and longevity. The cost of your french doors will depend mostly on their size, material, finish and hardware so take a look at our table with example double glazed french door prices to gain a better understanding.

French Door Prices (White uPVC)

French Doors SizeDoor TypeGuide Price
1200mm x 2100mmFully Glazed£950 – £1050
1200mm x 2100mmHalf Glazed & Plain Panel£975 – £1075
1500mm x 2100mmFully Glazed£1000 – £1100
1500mm x 2100mmHalf Glazed & Plain Panel£1025 – £1125
1800mm x 2100mmFully Glazed£1075 – £1175
1800mm x 2100mmHalf Glazed & Plain Panel£1100 – £1200

If you are looking for a door that combines both good looks and practicality, you cannot go wrong with a uPVC or Composite Stable Door. The stunning design of these doors provides a beautiful country charm to your home without missing any of the modern innovations in door manufacturing. These doors are incredibly secure, durable and offer exceptional thermal performance due to their design and high-quality materials. The cost for a stable door vary depending on the material, size and hardware options you choose. They can also be configured to be glazed or solid. Here you can see a table with guide prices for different options of stable doors, but keep in mind that these prices are a guide only and an exact cost can be obtained after you compare prices with us.

Stable Door Prices (9100 x 2100mm)

Door MaterialGlazed/SolidGuide Price
uPVC Stable DoorGlazed£1060 – £1180
Composite Stable DoorGlazed£1325 – £1475
uPVC Stable DoorSolid£1000 – £1120
Composite Stable DoorSolid£1250 – £1400

Bi-Fold Doors offer an attractive way to open up your home and enhance your living space. After being installed they will offer a large amount of natural light to flood the room and brighten up your home. They will also offer an incredible view of the outside and will provide easy access to your garden or outside area with their large openings and slim sightlines without compromising security. They use a smooth roller track for effortless gliding and opening and allow better ventilation of your room. Bifold door prices can be difficult to estimate as they offer extensive customisation options that will affect the price. The most notable choices you will have to make when it comes to prices will be the size and material used for your new bifold door. You can have a look at our guide prices below to get a better understanding of how much bifold doors can cost or you can compare prices using our online quoting tool and save up to 40% off all your double glazing costs.

Bi-Fold Door Prices (2 Pane)

Bi-Fold Doors SizeColourGuide Price
1200mm x 2100mmWhite£1950 – £2150
1200mm x 2100mmWood Grain£2350 – £2600
15000mm x 2100mmWhite£2050 – £2250
15000mm x 2100mmWood Grain£2500 – £2750
1800mm x 2100mmWhite£2150 – £2350
1800mm x 2100mmWood Grain£2600 – £2850

Bi-Fold Door Cost (3 Pane)

Bi-Fold Doors SizeColourGuide Price
1800mm x 2100mmWhite£2700 – £3000
1800mm x 2100mmWood Grain£3275 – £3625
21000mm x 2100mmWhite£2750 – £3050
21000mm x 2100mmWood Grain£3350 – £3700
2500mm x 2100mmWhite£2900 – £3200
2500mm x 2100mmWood Grain£3500 – £3900

What Are The Benefits Of A New Door?

A new door for your home is one of the most worthwhile investments you can make to your home. Older doors will degrade in thermal and security performance over time and will need replacing even with their long service life. Newer doors also have the benefit of having new and improved designs which further aid in the improved security, looks and thermal performance of your home. With a new modern door, you can enjoy increased security, thermal efficiency and also enhance the look of your property. Whether you are looking for a new front door or a new patio or back door you can compare prices with our useful quoting tool and you can get the most competitive prices when doing so. Our doors cost comparison tool will give you the best possible price for your new door. 

Average Door Prices

If you’re looking for low door prices, you’ll want to choose a cheaper door design that will still provide the required functionality. Below we will show some of the cheapest door prices you can expect for each door style. 

These prices will be based on a white uPVC material and are just an estimate:

  • Patio door cost: £900 to £1100
  • French door cost: £950 to £1100
  • Stable door cost: £1060 to £1180
  • Bifold door (2 Pane) cost: £1950 to £2350 
  • Bifold door (3 Pane) cost: £2700 to £3200

Composite Door prices based on a standard size door in a standard colour:

  • Composite Front/Back door cost: £1000 to £1500
  • Composite stable door cost: £1250 to £1400

Like we said before there are many factors that can affect the price of your new door and the best way to find out how much your new door will cost will be to get a quote from a trusted local installer who will be able to provide you with an exact price for your new door and fitting.

What is Included in Your Door Cost?

How much doors cost will depend on a number of factors involved in the design and installation process. When you use our innovative doors cost tool, you’ll get a completely transparent quote from local, trusted, vetted installers near you. That way, you can be sure that there won’t be any hidden costs.

You’ll be able to design your chosen door and then receive honest, accurate estimates of how much your new door’s cost will be. Our online tool makes it easy to find the best quote in as precise a manner as possible so there will be no surprises – just excellent savings when you compare prices online.

The online quote you generate using our door cost calculator will include:

  • A full technical survey
  • The style, size and colour of the product
  • Energy efficiency rating (whether A, B or C WER.)
  • Security features
  • Glass (a choice of standard, toughened or obscured.)
  • Handles
  • The full installation which includes all colour matched trims, fixings, silicones and sealants.
  • Registration with an industry body such as FENSA or Certass and relevant certification.
  • Removal and disposal of your old windows and doors.

Our quotes are wholly inclusive, so there will be no surprises later on. You will know up-front how much your new doors will cost, from the bespoke design to the installation.

How Will Accessories & Hardware Affect Your Door Cost?

A door’s size and style play a large part in the cost, and to an extent, these are factors that are out of your control if you need to replace an existing door. However, what you can choose are the accessories you add to your door. Other customisation options include any glass or glazing designs, as well as certain colours or finishes for the frame, all of which can affect your end door cost.

Here are some popular questions homeowners will consider when designing their new door:

  • Do I want a gold or chrome handle?
  • Do I need any other accessories or styling options?
  • What finish and colour to choose?
  • What material should I choose?

The door price will reflect any changes resulting from the above questions and more. Other options include security mechanisms, as well as toughened glass and certain handle styles as well as finishes. Any of these choices beyond standard white uPVC frames will see your door cost rise.

For these options or similar, you can expect to add to your estimated door cost. This is not to say that you shouldn’t design your door exactly the way you want – it is simply important to remember that these will affect how much your new door will cost and you must factor these into the price of your new door. 

Save Money on Door Prices

In this guide, we have outlined what prices you can expect to pay for a new door for your home. We have also explained how your choice of material, size and hardware options will affect the price.

The best way to save money on door prices is to compare quotes from local installers to find the most competitive option. That way you won’t have to compromise on the performance of your new door due to the price. The average cost of a new patio uPVC door will fall between £900 to £1,000 and a new composite door will start from £1,000. If you use our door cost calculator you will get the best possible price in your area from a reputable local installer you can trust.

You will get competitive prices from local installers near you and enjoy excellent savings on your door cost. Improve your home for a cheaper price and reduce your bills with thermally efficient doors that don’t compromise.

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