All homeowners must deal with garage door maintenance at one time or another. Garage doors are built to last, but nothing lasts forever! Unless you’ve been planning to replace your garage door for reasons that are style-related, there’s a strong likelihood that you’ll opt to bring in a professional for repairs in the event that your door breaks. But is there added benefit to paying extra for a replacement? Let’s take a look at what you can do for your Garage door in Denver.
Replacing vs. Restoring
Repair costs can range greatly depending on the type of service required. Typically, most replacements cost $100-$300. Low-cost repairs include replacing broken glass, fixing large dents, and replacing the springs on your garage door opener. Some problems are so minor that they can be fixed with at-home solutions. For example, if your garage door squeaks or doesn’t move as smoothly as it used to, try using a lubricant like WD-40 on the major moving components of the garage door opener.
a new garage door can cost anywhere between $500 and $1,500, depending on the type of materials you choose, and whether components like the garage door opener or the tracks also need replacing. While calling service for repairs is more cost-effective, getting a new door should be considered if you also want to increase your property value and add curb appeal to your home.
Getting a New Garage Door
As mentioned previously, the price of a new garage door can vary greatly. A basic wooden garage door could cost you up to $1200, before installation costs. If you’re really only looking for a simple, dent-free garage door, you can expect to pay around $600-$800. If you are thinking about getting your garage door replaced, it’s better to purchase a door of mid-range quality at the very least — aluminum is considered a low-end garage door material and won’t offer you much in terms of an ROI.
Having trouble deciding whether to fix or replace your garage door? The Colorado Overhead Door Company can help. Contact us today to learn more about our services.