Kukun's interior door replacement cost estimator is a great tool to help you calculate the total cost to replace interior doors. Simply enter your specifications and property details. You’ll get a realistic estimate of your
renovation cost instantly!
The results are based on relevant data including your area zip code, labor costs and other parameters.
Getting an estimate through Kukun’s interior door replacement cost estimator is easy. Just follow the steps below to get your personalized total cost in minutes!
1. In the project selector, choose interior door replacement
2. Select the type of interior door you currently have from these door options:
3. Enter type of interior door to be installed by selecting one of these door options:
Pocket (includes pocket frame and track hardware)
Barn (includes track hardware)
Bi-fold closet (includes track and hardware)
Sliding (bypass) closet
4. Enter the number of doors to be replaced
5. Choose the width and height of the door
6. Choose the core type you prefer
7. Select flush or paneled door
8. Next, choose the material you would like for your door
9. Enter your property details
Enter your zip code and the year the property was built to also get the recoup value of your home improvement.
And there you go! Your cost to replace interior doors is ready!
With this estimate, you can analyze your finance options or hire a professional to get started on the work right away.
We also offer you options for professional remodeling contractors who have worked in your neighborhood and been vetted by your neighbors. You can explore each contractor's profile, check out their online reviews, view all their
previous permits, and then ask around your vicinity about them. Easy-breezy!
The average interior door replacement cost is between $220 and $840, including materials and labor. Most homeowners spend $120 to $300 just in labor costs to replace interior doors.
Keep in mind that removing and disposing of your old existing door will add another $40 to $80 to the total cost to install an interior door. A standard door replacement takes 1 to 4 hours, depending on the complexity of the
If you’re planning an interior door installation or replacement for your home, such as in a bedroom, bathroom, living room or kitchen, you need to know how much of an investment you require for this home renovation.
Our free interior door replacement cost estimator will give you a fair idea about your budget. Moreover, you can prepare for any unwelcome surprises during the execution of your project.
Keep in mind that a quality remodeling project can greatly increase the value of your property in the home buyers’ market.
The total cost for replacing an interior door varies according to the door material, the type of door, the number of doors, the scope of renovation, your zip code, local labor costs and the finishing details – to name (more
than) a few.
Needless to say, interior door costs are based on the type of doors and their quality. Homeowners can choose from low-cost interior doors such as bifold, barn, louver and saloon or expensive doors such as French, sliding glass
and pocket. You can even have multiple doors with different styles for different parts of your home.
Due to the many styles of interior doors available, their costs vary widely.
Types of interior doors
Cost per door
$200 to $2,000
Usually consist of large, single doors
Can be pushed from either side to open
Need a lot of free space as they open both ways
$20 to $200
Lie flush with the door frame
Flat, simple appearance
Can accommodate several types of door materials
$35 to $500
Most common type of interior door
Come with inset panels
Available in different styles and materials
Bedroom doors, bathroom doors or other common area doors
$200 to $2,000
Stylish and dramatic
Set of double doors made of glass
Usually have multiple panes with glass panels
Dining room doors, living room doors or other areas with wide thresholds
Sliding doors/bypass doors
Upward of $500 for a set
May be constructed with two sliding panel doors or one door and a fixed panel
Slide on parallel tracks
Areas where you need to save space
$120 to $1,000
Difficult installation and repair
Doors slide into the wall
Available in many styles and materials
Bathroom doors or bedroom doors
$150 to $2,000
Slide on a visible door track
Do not open outward
Rooms where you have enough space to slide them open
$100 to $2,000
Made up of several panels
Fold against themselves when open
Require professional installation
Available in many sizes and materials
Closet doors or areas with wide thresholds
Upward of $500
Single doors divided into two pieces
Top and bottom part of the door open independently
Usually made of wood
Great for people with pets
From wood to metal or glass, interior doors come in many different materials.
Solid wood doors
Cost: Upward of $200
Made from a single piece of wood, these doors are pretty heavy. They are therefore good insulators against sound. Available in different types of wood, as slab doors or prehung doors, the most popular wood species include:
Cypress, cherry, mahogany, birch, cedar and walnut ($380 to $1,200)
Pine, oak and ash ($380 to $780)
Alder ($330 to $980)
Solid core doors
Cost: Upward of $50
These doors have a thin veneer of wood, MDF or vinyl. They are lighter than solid wooden doors but much heavier than hollow doors. They provide good insulation against sound.
Hollow core doors
Cost: Upward of $20
These doors are made with a shell or skin made of wood, MDF or vinyl. They are inexpensive, lightweight and easy to install. They provide no insulation.
Cost: Upward of $20
TThese doors can be solid, solid core or hollow core. They are stable and smooth doors that are not impacted by humidity and have a very smooth surface.
Cost: Upward of $100
Made with steel or aluminum, these contemporary-style doors are strong and long-lasting. They are ideal as security doors for home offices or garages.
Cost: Upward of $500
These are sliding doors with door frames made with one (or more) of a variety of materials. They do not insulate well unless of a superior quality.
Flush doors are crafted from a single piece of wood in such a way that both sides of the doors are flat. They have a simple construction.
On the other hand, panel doors typically consist of vertical wooden stiles and horizontal rails. The junctions of the stiles and rails have panels. Since they are not manufactured from one solid piece of wood, they are less
Here are some tips to make your door replacement easy and quick:
Set a realistic home remodeling budget. Always include leeway for surprise costs. Experts advise adding an extra 20% to your existing budget.
Peruse through the different door styles, materials and finishes before choosing the right ones for your interior doors.
Be aware that a door replacement takes 1 to 4 hours, so plan accordingly.
Keep the space around your to-be-replaced doors free and uncluttered.
Work with an expert door contractor. A professional will ensure that all permits and inspections are up to date. If your door replacement doesn’t involve altering the structure of your house, you probably do not require
Check your local building code to be sure.
Always get a warranty or guarantee from your contractor.
Get a written contract from your contractor with the complete schedule and payment details.
Great interior doors have immense value for potential home buyers. A professional finish can go a long way in helping you get the best price possible for your home.