The location of the property is important too. Door fitters will charge an average of £14 per hour, but this is based on the assumption that the property is comparatively easy to reach and there won’t be transportation issues. If you’re lucky enough to live on the same road as the fitting team, it’ll be less expensive than if you live in a remote village halfway up the Pennines.
Lastly, there’s the number of doors themselves. This might sound obvious, but having two sets of French doors installed costs more than one, however it’s remarkable how often this gets misunderstood. Homeowners can sometimes get confused and fall into the trap of thinking their request for multiple French doors is one big project, rather than several.
We’re all human and we understand that it may be tempting to go for a cheaper option such as UPVC doors. However, we’d recommend against it. Aluminium French doors might be one of the more pricier options, but the long-term benefits offset that initial bill. They offer superior thermal insulation, better home security and they’ll improve the property value too.
If you’d like to know more or have any questions about French door installation costs, you are more than welcome to get in touch. Contact us today or request an online quote for more information.