How Much Does it Cost to Install a Storm Door?

Typical Range:

$182 - $601

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Published January 10, 2022

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Storm Door Installation Costs

Materials and professional installation costs range from about $182 and $601, with a national average cost of $380. Depending on size and materials, the price without installation runs from about $100 to $550. The price of installation starts at a flat rate of around $75 and ranges up to $400, based on the complexity of the project.

As their name implies, storm doors protect the main, entry door to your home or business from the elements, serving as a barrier against damage from wind, rain, sleet, and more. Originally an essential addition to homes that featured all-wood entry portals, the change of materials used in the construction of exterior doors has made the protective utility of these styles less important.

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National Average $380
Typical Range $182 - $601
Low End - High End $100 - $1,200

Cost data is based on actual project costs as reported by 959 HomeAdvisor members.

the average cost to install a storm door is $350 or $100 to $980.

Instead, they serve other functional purposes, such as giving an extra layer of security from intruders or helping temperature management and energy efficiency through insulation and airflow regulation.

However, like any functional element of your home, they are also an important aesthetic element of an entryway, capable of adding subtle style that makes a positive first impression.

From single-panel steel to units with decorative glass and retractable screens, there is a variety of styles available. These options allow homeowners to balance the need for curb appeal with the incredibly important protective functions, adding to the value of their homes.

Storm Door Prices

Prices range from $100 to $950, with an average price of about $400. On the low end, basic-latch 4-inch-wide aluminum models cost around $100. High-end options include features such as thinner profiles, heavy-duty aluminum construction, keyed entries, beveled glass panels, and retractable screens, and cost $400 or more, with some models priced at over $950.

There is no one-size-fits-all type of storm door. Most measure between 32 and 36 inches wide by 80 or 81 inches high to fit in standard exterior openings. However, as with many aspects of home improvement, homeowners have a variety of options when it comes to styles and features, which are what directly affect pricing.

Costs of Common Types of Storm Doors

Popular manufacturers include Andersen, LARSON, Pella, CR Laurence, EMCO, and Croft. Each offers a choice of doors with distinctive styles, colors, and construction, including the five major types:

5 Main Types of Storm Doors
Full View$150 - $500Smooth, all-glass panel allows the entire entry door to show through. Panel often comes divided.
Low-E Full View$200 - $550All-glass, divided or whole pane constructed of enhanced glass, which gives stronger insulation and prevents fading.
Beveled Glass$300 - $400All-glass, divided or one-piece panel with decorative edging along the circumference.
Mid-view$100 - $200Divided panel that covers most of the surface, apart from a 12- to 18-inch panel at the bottom that can accommodate a pet door.
High View$100 - $200Single-panel door with glass only at the top. Pet door installation available.

Double Storm Doors

Double models range from $700 to over $1,300 before installation. This model may come in any of the five types and is ideal for entry ways that have two doors.

Retractable Screen or Half Screen Storm Doors

Retractable and half-screen models range from $200 to $500 or more before installation. They're ideal for letting a breeze in or improving a view.

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Average Labor Costs to Install Storm Doors

Installation starts around $75 and ranges up to $400, based on the project’s complexity. It may take from a few hours to a full day.

Cost to Frame and Hang an Entry Door and New Storm Door

Installing a new entry and storm door ranges from $500 to $1,400 and takes between 1 to 3 hours depending on the current setup of the exterior frame. Hanging a new one, adding custom woodwork, or altering the frame setup adds to the time. Depending on the complexity of repairs, a more involved installation can take a half or full day of work.

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Cost to Replace a Storm Door

Replacing an old or damaged door on a solid frame with a new one of the same size is a straightforward job that can cost as little as $75.


On average, costs to reframe a door in order to fit a different sized storm unit run to about $300, including about $100 in materials and $200 in labor. The condition of your frame will affect the price.

Glass Replacement

Replacing glass costs about $250 on average, ranging from $150 to $360.

Replacing a Storm Door Screen

The cost to replace a storm screen is about $30. Professional installation prices will add from $50 to $100. A full replacement with screen starts at around $200 to $500 and over.


Repairing a storm door costs, on average, $220 with a typical range of $120 to $350.

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Top Brands

Prices for the top brands below do not include installation.

Provia Storm Door Price List

Prices for Provia Spectrum differ by size, style and options selected, but start at about $700. The Provia Deluxe line starts at about $600. Both offer options including retractable screens, beveled glass, sizes, hardware, finishes and colors. Provia offers a lifetime warranty on manufacturing defects and hardware tarnishing, and a 15-year warranty on screens.

Larson Storm Doors

Larson's prices range from about $120 to $500. High, full and mid-view options are available, along with retractable screens and color choices. Larson offers a limited lifetime warranty on aluminum components, a five- to 10-year warranty on vinyl-clad and aluminum-clad components, and a five-year warranty on retractable screens.


Pella prices range from $200 to about $360 and come in a range of styles, including mid-view, full view and high view. Choose from wood core or aluminum in a variety of colors; retractable screens are available. Pella offers a 20-year warranty that excludes damage to glass and screens. One-year warranties cover air closers and latches.


Menards offers a variety of models from various manufacturers, such as Larson, Tru-Bolt, Chamberdoor and Survivor. Prices range from $100 to $750. Warranties, styles and options available vary by manufacturer.


The Andersen 10 series' full view interchangeable model features an aluminum frame. It starts at about $400. The 8 series comes in a range of styles and colors and starts at about $350. The 3000 series ranges from $300 to $400, depending on style and options. Andersen offers a lifetime warranty on hinges, frame and paint adhesion, and a 5-year limited warranty on other components.


Harvey offers aluminum and vinyl frames in several styles, colors and finishes. The Estate line offers retractable screens, while the Traditional line comes with both a glass insert and a screen. Prices vary by size and style. Harvey offers a 10-year warranty that excludes glass breakage and torn screens.


Trapp offers welded aluminum frames and a variety of glass styles, all with a powder-coated finish. Pricing starts at about $500. Trapp offers a lifetime warranty that excludes broken glass and torn screening.

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Storm vs. Security Screen Doors

PurposeProtects it from the weather and provides ventilation; usually made of wood, aluminum or vinylInstalled over existing unit to add another layer of security; usually made of iron or steel
Door Cost$100-$950$600-$3,500
Labor Cost$75-$400$75-$400

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DIY Installation vs. Hiring a Pro

In the case of a simple swap or when using a pre-hung, standard-size door, opting to install a storm unit yourself is a home improvement project for a DIYer. This project should take no more than a day and can even take as little as an hour or two, depending on the existing structure of the door.

The most important tip to keep in mind when hanging any door is the importance of the size and fit. The unit you buy must conform exactly to the height and width of the frame currently in place, or else the job gets much more complex. In the case of a wide opening, it is easier to compensate because many styles can be measured using a Z-bar or weather-stripping, which is less expensive than having a custom size made to order.

Beware of an inaccurate placement or usage of these materials, though, as they can lead to unevenly hung units or structural damage. Homeowners faced with a complex installation should consider hiring an experienced professional.

Cost to DIY

Professional installation costs add $75 to $400 to the below material costs. If your frame is already in place and you decide to DIY the installation, the price incurred would fall shy of $500.

DIY Installation Material Prices
ItemAverage Cost
Weather Stripping$15
Paint Supplies$20

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What Are the Most Affordable Storm Doors Available?

Lower-end models are the most affordable, starting at about $100, and may feature plastic, rather than glass, window panes, a smaller viewing area, and hardware made from less expensive metals.

How Do I Get the Best Price on Storm Doors?

Shopping around is the best way to find a fair price. Check out deals at big box stores as well as local businesses. A door professional can help you find the best price and style for your home; often, pros can receive manufacturer discounted prices.

What Are the Best Storm Doors for Mobile Homes?

A lightweight model is the best choice for a mobile home. Having a removable screen or pane offers more versatility.

What Are Common Patio Storm Door Prices?

Patio models range from $300 to $1,500. Installation will run from $75 to $400.

What Are Self-Storing Storm Doors and How Much Do They Cost?

Self-storing doors allows you to slide the screen or glass down into the frame, so you can change panels without removing them. They start at about $300.

What Kind of Lock Should I Put on My Storm Door?

Look for locks designed for storm or screen doors. Prices range from $10 for a simple locking latch to more than $220 for a high-end smart lock system.

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