How Much Does it Cost to Install an Exterior Door Labor Only?

French doors are a great way to add a touch of elegance to the back of your home, without having to pay a hefty price tag. Replacing just the door, rather than the entire frame, can be a more cost-effective and time-efficient option. Security doors are often indistinguishable from regular doors, so you can get the added protection without sacrificing style. An aft mirror is usually included with the door and is a horizontal window above the door and its side lights.

Installing both the door and frame at the same time can help you save on costs. The type of exterior door you choose will have a big impact on the total cost of installation. Exterior doors must be well insulated and perfectly aligned for optimal security.

Mosquito doors

are an affordable way to keep insects out while allowing fresh air in.

Single doors are more affordable than double doors and take up less space. You can find a door that fits perfectly into your front entrance or one that is better suited for your deck, patio, or porch. Storm doors are installed over the existing door for added insulation, improved safety, and better airflow management. Prices may vary depending on the type, size, material, replacement needs, frame needs, labor costs, supplies, hardware, and location.

If you keep the same frame, you can measure the thickness of the existing door and also measure the discount on the frame or where the door is when closed. Standard size doors measuring 30, 32, or 36 inches wide by 80 inches high by 1¾ inches thick should be easy to find replacements for.