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    The Prices for Exterior Dutch (Stable) Doors

    While they traditionally were most common in the American Northeast, exterior dutch doors are rapidly growing more popular in homes across the country. With high quality traditional materials and a style that blends perfectly with older and historic homes, dutch doors can be slightly more expensive, but well worth the investment.
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    General Exterior Dutch Door Costs

    Today, the design options for modern dutch stable doors have vastly increased and improved, leaving homeowners with new materials to choose. At their most basic, exterior dutch doors usually begin from $500 to $1,000. Homeowners can add glass window panes on the top door, with either clear or decorative glass. Also, homeowners can choose textured or wood-clad finishes, custom colors, or even added features like an interior dutch shelf. These additions can raise the prices for exterior dutch doors to $1,500 to $3,000 or more.

    Exterior Dutch Door Materias

    An exterior dutch door is traditionally built using wood. Today, dutch doors are more easily customized and are more frequently being made with other materials. At the lower end of the spectrum, there are cheaper options like softwoods such as pine, which usually start between $400 and $600.

    On the other end of the spectrum, classically elegant hardwoods like mahogany and cherry range from $800 to as high as $1400.

    For those looking for a middle ground, a steel exterior dutch door can be around $700, although wood-cladding may increase the cost by as much as $500. To improve durability, try a durable UV-resistant stains and glazes, which usually add between $400 and $450.

    Durable and low-maintenance fiberglass is an energy efficient choice for your exterior dutch door. A fiberglass exterior dutch door will cost between $800 to $1,000 and up.

    Added Features for Dutch Doors

    Interior dutch shelves can also be added to the inside of the top door, as a potential spot for keys, mail, or even decorative flowers, making you exterior dutch door even more practical. Including an interior dutch shelf on your exterior dutch door can add between $1,000 and $1,400 to your renovation.

    For an extra touch of class, try double exterior dutch doors opening outward from the center to welcome visitors into your home. Expect double front doors to cost between $2,000 and $8,000.

    Energy Efficient Additions

    An exterior dutch door can boost your home's energy efficiency just like many other front door options. When shopping, look out for performance ratings like R-values, which measure your door's insulation value and ability to regulate temperatures in your home. Performance-boosting additions like weatherstripping or polyurethane door glazes can improve any door's seal and insulation. For an exterior dutch door with glass inserts, homeowners can also add low-e coatings to reflect UV light from the sun.

    Bottom Line: Traditional Appearance with Modern Customizations

    For a classic style paired with energy efficiency, try an exterior dutch door in a material other than wood, such as the high-performance fiberglass or steel. No longer limited to past door technology, today homeowners can choose from many different materials and added features for their exterior dutch doors.

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    Written by: Ryan Mchugh, Editor www.HomeAdvancement.com