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Your garage door is an important part of your home, but probably not one that you think about until it is time for a replacement. Once you need a new door, though, you can probably come up with a laundry list of issues that you didn't really like about your old door. That's where CHI comes in - with doors that you might actually adore.
So what's so great about CHI? To sum it up in a single word, options. If you've got an idea for what your garage door should look like, odds are that the company can provide it for you. That's amazing - in a world of cookie-cutter doors, CHI actually cares about how its products work and what they look like.
Chi has a rather wide range of products available, including:
- Raised panel doors
- Recessed panel doors
- Flush panel doors
- Carriage House overlay and stamped doors
- Accent plank doors
Each of the styles gives a a hint as to the homeowner's personal style, and all of the doors are rated to withstand the ravages of time and weather. CHI also offers a variety of industrial and commercial doors that are used in loading docks and other industrial settings - not exactly the stuff of an average homeowner's dreams, but it is important to know that the company has a fairly wide range of products available.
Knowing what the company offers solves only half the problem - most people really want to know a bit more about CHI garage door prices. Given the fact that CHI has a fairly large number of products and a wide range of prices, it might be most helpful to look at the prices as a range. Remember, there are quite a few variables to work with - this is only a basic look at how much one can expect to pay for CHI garage doors.
Depending on where you live, the bottom of the CHI garage door price range will be for a small (8x7), raised panel door. Without installation, one should look for a median price of around $200-300 per door. On the other end of the spectrum are the carriage house overlays, which tend to run closer to $3000 for the wooden versions, and around $300-400 for the steel doors. These are the prices without installation, though - time, labor, and the various parts involved in installation will push up the price of each door significantly. The minimum price for a small door installation will be around six hundred dollars, or more than twice the cost of the door itself. The price of installation for a carriage-style door doesn't jump up quite as high, but one should still expect several hundred dollars to be added on to the price tag after installation.
CHI's doors aren't the cheapest on the market, but they are among the most well-crafted. If you need a good door, look no further - CHI has everything that you need to make your garage door stand out.