Double Glazed Doors | Door Prices Guide 2020

The price for double glazed doors will vary between installers but if you’re after a guide price, read on.

As you can see from the door prices table below, door costs are also dependent on glass and lock type.

Average Double Glazed Door Cost

Lock Type Glass Style Guide Price
Standard Roller Arched Top Light £575 – £675
High Security Arched Top Light £625 – £725
Standard Roller Diamond Leads £600 – £700
High Security Diamond Leads £650 – £750

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Double Glazed Doors: How Much Do They Cost?

Door styles play a huge part in double glazed doors prices. They have different manufacturing styles, as well as installation needs. Moreover, they may have more complex opening mechanism than others. Additionally, as we saw earlier, the amount of glazing and the kind of glass also differs.

Double Glazed Front Doors

Front door prices vary from other door styles as they generally have more solid than glazed areas. They are also a smaller size than most of the other doors.

As a result, they have lower double glazed doors prices. However, these doors often need enhanced security features. Front doors also need more furniture, like knockers, post slot, pet flaps etc. These are generally not a factor in other doors.

Front Door Prices (900 x 2100mm)

Lock Type Glass Style Guide Price
Standard Roller Arched Top Light £575 – £675
High Security Arched Top Light £625 – £725
Standard Roller Diamond Leads £600 – £700
High Security Diamond Leads £650 – £750

Stable Double Glazed Doors

Stable doors used to be limited to rural properties, but have found popularity with modern homes. The best part is, they don’t have extremely high double glazed doors prices.

They are great for back doors in houses with children or pets. You can shut the bottom half so they can’t run out, but leave the top half open for ventilation. These doors are great for adding a quaintly charming feature instead of an ordinary door.

 Stable Door Prices (9100 x 2100mm)

Door Material Glazed/Solid Guide Price
uPVC Stable Door Glazed £1060 – £1180
Composite Stable Door Glazed £1325 – £1475
uPVC Stable Door Solid £1000 – £1120
Composite Stable Door Solid £1250 – £1400

Stable Door Prices

Patio Double Glazed Doors

Sliding patio doors are fantastic for areas where space is limited but you want greater visibility. For example, if you have a small room that has a balcony with a view, this is the door for you. You get a large glazed area. However, you don’t need a wide opening arc. Simply slide the door along the wall to open it. These doors can be as large as you want. You can have them along the whole wall, and even extending up to the ceiling.

They act as a window when you’re inside, but open up easily and without taking up too much space. However, with great size come great double glazed doors prices. These doors can be fairly expensive if you want a very large size.

Patio door costs can vary depending on material and size. The tables below will give you a better indication of average patio door prices.

uPVC Patio Door Prices (2 Panel)

Patio Doors Size Colour Guide Price
1500mm x 2100mm White £975 – £1075
1500mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £1225 – £1375
1800mm x 2100mm White £1000 – £1100
1800mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £1250 – £1400
2000mm x 2100mm White £1050 – £1150
2000mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £1300 – £1150

Patio Door Costs (1 Panel)

Patio Doors Size Size Colour Guide Price
2100mm x 2100mm White £1375 – £1525
2100mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £1800 – £2000
2500mm x 2100mm White £1450 – £1600
2500mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £1875 – £2075
3000mm x 2100mm White £1550 – £1700
3000mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £2000 – £2200

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Patio Door Prices

French Double Glazed Doors

French doors give your home a charming European aesthetic. They make brilliant back doors, with their simple hinge swing mechanism. These doors give you a large glazed area, but don’t have high double glazed doors prices. You also get better control of how much ventilation you want through them by opening both or just one sash.

French Door Prices (White uPVC)

French Doors Size Door Type Guide Price
1200mm x 2100mm Fully Glazed £950 – £1050
1200mm x 2100mm Half Glazed & Plain Panel £975 – £1075
1500mm x 2100mm Fully Glazed £1000 – £1100
1500mm x 2100mm Half Glazed & Plain Panel £1025 – £1125
1800mm x 2100mm Fully Glazed £1075 – £1175
1800mm x 2100mm Half Glazed & Plain Panel £1100 – £200

French Door Prices

Bi-Fold Double Glazed Doors

You can use bi-fold doors for a dramatic feature that seamlessly integrates your spaces. Whether you want to split a large room into two, or create a stunning entrance to your garden, this door will give you that control. Simply slide the door towards the end to open it. Its panels will fold away neatly in a stack, giving you almost 90% of the aperture to use. However, you may have to pay fairly high double glazed doors prices for them.

2-Pane Bi-Fold Door Prices

Bi-Fold Doors Size Colour Guide Price
1200mm x 2100mm White £1950 – £2150
1200mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £2350 – £2600
15000mm x 2100mm White £2050 – £2250
15000mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £2500 – £2750
1800mm x 2100mm White £2150 – £2350
1800mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £2600 – £2850

3-Pane Bi-Fold Door Cost

Bi-Fold Doors Size Colour Guide Price
1800mm x 2100mm White £2700 – £3000
1800mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £3275 – £3625
21000mm x 2100mm White £2750 – £3050
21000mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £3350 – £3700
2500mm x 2100mm White £2900 – £3200
2500mm x 2100mm Wood Grain £3500 – £3900

Bi-Fold Door Prices

How Much Should You Pay for Your Double Glazed Doors?

As with all double glazing prices, the cost of double glazed doors is not fixed. In fact, a number of factors play a part. These may be the door style and size, the material it is made of, and the kind of glass you use on it. The double glazed doors prices are also affected by the kind of fittings you want on them, the security systems you order, and the thermal performance.

However, these factors have a seemingly minor and but varied part to play. Door handles and fitting may affect the price by £5-£10 each. If you consider them individually, they may not seem all that expensive. However, when you add the cost of a handle, a door knocker, a mail slot and a pet flap, it suddenly seems quite a lot!

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Similarly, advanced security instead of standard security may cost you another £5-£10. This is, again, not a high amount, but it does add to the price.

The thermal rating of the door can affect the price significantly. An A++ rated door will cost you more than a C rated one.

The colour and finish of the door can also add to the double glazed doors prices. The base price of each door generally covers the standard colour. However, colours that are not standard can cost a little more. Even custom finishes, like wood-grain, can add a significant 10%-20% to the total cost.

Double Glazed Doors & Glass

The type of glass you use can add to double glazed doors prices. Some doors, like certain front door designs, may not have any glazing at all. Others, like sliding patio doors or bi-fold doors, have more glazing than solid components.

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In solid doors, glass obviously doesn’t matter in your double glazed door prices. In the latter, however, the type of glass you use can affect the price drastically. Moreover, the price range can be anywhere between £150 for ordinary float glass to £3,000 for specialty glass.

Ordinary float glass can be quite strong, especially in the form of double glazing. However, for certain windows and doors, you need to install toughened glass. This is a safety feature for locations where it is possible to fall into the glass. In such an event, regular glass would break into jagged shards which will cause additional injury.

Double Glazed Doors & Glass Types

Safety Glass

Toughened glass, on the other hand, breaks into crystals or ‘dice’. As a result, it is less likely to cause dangerous injuries.

Other forms of safety glass included laminated, or coated glass, bullet-proof glass, and explosion-resistant glass. You can also get fire safety glass that can withstand heat and pressure in case of a fire. It helps contain the blaze and doesn’t let it spread for a certain amount of time.

The more specialised the glass you select, the higher the double glazed doors prices you pay.

double glazed doors prices are higher if you want decorative glass

Performance Glass

Thermal glass is very often responsible for higher double glazed door prices. This Low-E glass helps keep the heat inside your home contained, while letting in solar heat.

Another specialty glass you may want to consider is acoustic or noise reduction glass.

You can even combine one or more of these features. However, you will obviously have to pay higher double glazed doors prices for it.

Decorative Glass

You can even have decorative glass. This is glass that has coloured designs, or textured. Whether it is an aesthetic feature or a performance based treatment, different glasses will add different amounts to your double glazed doors prices.

Double Glazed Door Prices

Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions

Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions

Why Should I Choose One Of Your Installers?

All installers that operate in affiliation with Double Glazing on the Web are accredited by a recognised industry body such as FENSA or CERTASS. Double Glazing on the Web vet all of our double glazing installers to make sure you receive a professional and efficient quality service.

Can I Have Front Doors With Glass?

Entrance doors come in a wide range of designs for your home, including a choice of side panels and glazing. Your double glazing installer can offer you a range of front door designs with glass.

Can I Choose Custom Glass?

You can choose from a wide range of custom glass. Your double glazing installer will offer you a choice of glass types and glazing designs so you can choose custom glass for your windows, doors or conservatory.

How Much Do Composite Doors Cost?

The cost of a composite door will be dependent on several factors such as the composite door style, composite door colour, size, composite door hardware and composite door security extras. The fastest way to get a composite door price is online with our door cost calculator.

What Is The Difference Between French Doors and Patio Doors?

Patio doors originally related to the style of door that slides open but now has become a blanket term for other doors including French doors. French doors are hinged doors that swing outwards and, when open fully, allow access to all the space of the installation.