How Much Is An Electric Door Opener?
An electric door opener
is used primarily on commercial entrance doors to power them open automatically for pedestrians entering the building. How much does one cost though? Well they can vary in price, but on average for a good quality electric door opener you are looking at around $2500 to $4000 without installation. Installation of an automatic door opener will typically require about 3 hours, so you would be looking at an additional $400 to $1000 if you choose to have it installed by others.
Price Break Down Of An Electric Door Opener
Electric Door Opener Only - $2500 To $4000
So we know that a good electric door opener
will cost between $2500 to $4000. This would be for an automatic door opener that meets all building requirements, is UL Listed, Fire Rated, and uses a high quality DC motor with multi-gear gearbox. Lower cost models maybe available, however they tend to lack the attributes listed above, resulting in nickel and dime repairs later on, not to mention failed building inspections and fines if they lack a UL Label or Fire Label.
Electric Door Opener Actuators - $500 to $750
High quality automatic door openers can be activated open by simply pushing or pulling on the door. However, most models don't have this feature of "push and go"
, resulting in the need for actuator devices. Hardwired push buttons
are the cheapest type of electric door opener actuator. Wireless actuators
are easier to install, however are more costly due to the battery transmitters and receiver module that must be purchased. Touchless actuators
are the most expensive since they act as motion sensors detecting the wave of a hand.
Labor Cost & Travel Time
Depending on your location, travel time will vary as well as the labor cost. Automatic door openers
can take anywhere from 1 hour to 3 hours to install, depending on your ability to read instructions. If outsourced, the labor to install an automatic door opener can cost between $400 to $1000. If you have a handyman, contractor, or friend that can read instructions the labor cost can be greatly reduced rather than using an automatic door company.
Best Priced Automatic Door Opener
Of course the best bang for your buck is our Commander automatic door opener
. There are many mechanical and reliability advantages to our door opener, but the ease of installation makes it ideal for anyone looking to purchase an automatic door opener. As long as you can read instructions, this unit is self tuning and installs in about an hour. Order today and receive FREE shipping! For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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