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Palustris | 15:04 Tue 17th Nov 2020 | How it Works
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Not sure where to put this, but here goes anyway,
Been quoted £1980 to supply and fit and remove the old door, an electrically operated roller type door for our single width garage.
Does that seem a reasonable price to folks?

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We paid about £850 last year, including a bit of other work necessary. It was fitted by a local man but came from a very reputable supplier. Other companies with shiney brochures were looking for £1300-£1600.
I've no idea...but if you get at least three quotes, then you'll know if prices are reasonable.
The reason I say that you need more quotes is because we don't know what is entailed in your job...is the electrical supply handy or is there a fair bit of electrical work involved, the material of the new door etc
Seems a bit high in price. I'd go along the lines of zebo and see what is available locally.

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The price quoted does include fitting and removal and disposal of the old doors.
Cannot find any other local suppliers either.
Palustris,on my link scroll down to 'Get a competitive quote'.
People may travel have you tried google?
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Did that and the company it came up with is the one I have already got a quote from. Strange really.
All the other companies I have had quotes from are much more expensive because of the distance they have to travel to deliver.
Thanks anyway folks.

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