Pella Door Cost And Considerations You Need To Know

Are you looking to upgrade your home’s doors? Are you considering a Pella front door but are unsure about the costs? Pella doors are well known for their quality, beauty, and exceptional energy efficiency. They come in a variety of styles and materials and can be customized to fit any space. But how much does a Pella door cost?Β 

In this article, we will cover the various types of Pella doors, as well as style, size, material, and other factors that can change the price. With this information, readers will be able to make informed decisions about the purchase of a Pella door. Let’s get started!

Pella Door Costs

To help you figure out what type of door will work best for your budget, let’s take a look at some typical Pella door costs and explore what goes into determining the price.Β And if you’re interested in learning about entrance doors in general, be sure to check out our guide to entrance door materials and more.

Cost Range

The cost of a Pella door will vary depending on the type of material and design you choose. Per Window Price Guides, patio doors can range anywhere from $800 for a DIY installation of a basic sliding door to over $9,500 for a professionally installed Pella door.

Cost Average

The average amount that homeowners pay for a Pella door is about $4,500. However, there are many different types of Pella doors, and the average cost will vary widely depending on what style of door you choose. So let’s take a closer look at the different door styles and their associated costs. (All cost data sourced from Window Price Guide unless otherwise stated.)

Pella Patio Door Types

Before we dive into the cost data for the various types of doors, let’s take a moment to go over the different types of Pella patio door types.

Sliding Patio Doors

Sliding patio doors are popular because they are easy to open and close with minimal effort. They also don’t take up any space inside or outside since they slide horizontally instead of swinging open like traditional doors.

French Doors And Hinged Doors

A French door is an exterior door with glass panes that extend the full length of the door. These doors are typically installed in pairs, with one side opening inward and the other outward. They are popular for both their aesthetic appeal as well as their practicality.

A hinged door is what most people think of when they imagine a door. It is simply a door that swings in or out via hinges attached to the door frame.

Bifold

A bifold door consists of two panels connected by hinges in the middle. The panels can fold on top of each other like an accordion, thus creating an open or closed space as desired. 

Multi-slide

Multi-slide doors are large, expansive doors that can open in one or more sections, making it possible to open up a large portion of a wall for unobstructed access to the outdoors and natural light. They come in various sizes and styles, from pocket sliding doors to telescoping walls that can cover nearly the entirety of a wall. The main benefit of these doors is that the panels can stack on top of one another.

Pella Product Lines

Pella offers multiple product lines that feature different levels of customization as well as material options.

  • Pella Reserve: Only available in wood patio doors and clad-wood materials, but includes almost unlimited customization.
  • Pella Architect Series: Clad-wood material with classic and contemporary designs.
  • Pella Lifestyle Series: Clad-wood materials only.
  • Pella Impervia: Only available in a proprietary durable fiberglass material.
  • Pella 250 Series: Only available in low-maintenance vinyl.
  • Encompass by Pella: Only available in low-maintenance vinyl.
  • Pella Hurricane Shield Series: Features a specially engineered “Coastal Vinyl” material that allows it to function as a storm door.

Pella Patio Door Costs

Bi fold doors opening to rear courtyard of contemporary home

See the table below to get an idea of how much different Pella doors from their main series cost.

Door TypePrice Range (Including installation cost)
Sliding Patio Doors$1,100 – $4,950
French and Hinged Patio Doors$2,050 – $5,750
Bifold Patio Doors$2,285 – $5,900
Multi-Slide Patio Doors$2,650 – $5,900

Pella Sliding Patio Door Costs

Pella sliding patio doors are available in wood, fiberglass, and vinyl materials. They typically include one or more panels of glass that slide open via a metal track. This is the least expensive style of Pella patio door. Pella offers multiple series and material types for their sliding doors. See the table below for additional pricing information.

Sliding Door Series Door CostDoor With Installation
Architect Series$2,750 – $4,200$3,100 – $4,950
Lifestyle Series$975 – $1,500$1,250 – $1,900
Impervia Series$2,200 – $3,000$2,550 – $3,400
350 Series $1,900 – $2,600$2,175 – $3,150
250 Series$1,385 – $1,900$1,635 – $2,550
Encompass$850 – $1,350$1,100 – $1,750

Keep in mind that the Architect and Lifestyle series sliding doors are only available in wood, the Impervia series is only available in fiberglass, and the 350, 250, and Encompass series are only available in vinyl.

Pella French And Hinged Patio Door Costs

French and hinged patio doors typically feature one or two doors that swing open.

Pella French and hinged patio doors are available in two different wood series options: the Architect Series and the Lifestyle Series (more on these options later).

Interior wood choices include mahogany, Douglas fir, and pine. You also have 25 color options for the aluminum-clad exterior. See the table below for additional pricing information.

French and Hinged SeriesDoor CostDoor With Installation
Architect Series $3,250 – $4,800$3,800 – $5,750
Lifestyle Series$1,450 – $2,175$2,050 – $2,900

Pella Bifold Patio Door Costs

Stylish, bifold doors at night with downlighters revealing interior of a designer, lifestyle, kitchen diner room.

Pella bifold patio doors are also available in two different wood series options: the Architect Series and the Lifestyle Series. Keep in mind that the pricing table below only includes the cost of a 4-panel door. If you need a larger door for your entryway, each extra panel will cost you around $1,000 to $1,500 more.Β 

Bifold Door SeriesDoor CostDoor With InstallationΒ 
Architect Series$3,400 – $4,950$3,975 – $5,900
Lifestyle Series$1,650 – $2,350$2,285 – $3,125

Pella Multi-Slide Patio Door Costs

Multi-slide patio doors feature a unique stacking system that allows you to hide the panels out of sight in a wall pocket. This allows you to create large openings in your home and helps create a seamless transition from your indoor space to your outdoor space. Multi-slide patio doors are available in both wood and vinyl material options. Like the bifold patio doors, additional panels for multi-slide doors will add about $1,000 to $1,500 more per panel.

Multi-Slide Door SeriesDoor CostDoor With Installation
Architect Series $3,535 – $5,250$4,200 – $5,900
Lifestyle Series$1,900 – $2,550$2,650 – $3,335

Factors Affecting The Cost Of A Pella Door

Modern furnished sitting room with bifold patio doors.

There are multiple factors that impact the cost of a Pella door, including material, extra features, installation type, size, and level of detail. Here is a brief overview of the different factors that can change the cost of a Pella door. 

Material

The type of material you choose for your Pella door will affect its overall cost. Generally speaking, wood and fiberglass are the most expensive door materials, while steel and vinyl are the cheapest. However, keep in mind that there are other factors besides material that can push the cost of a Pella door higher.

Extra Features

Adding extra features to your door will also increase the overall cost. Some popular options include glass inserts or decorative hardware that can add visual appeal and make your entryway stand out from the rest. Some models also come with special features such as energy-saving insulation or impact-resistant glass panels, which will also increase the price.Β 

DIY Or Pro Installation

Another factor that affects the cost of a Pella door is whether you choose to install it yourself or hire a professional installer. If you have experience with DIY projects and feel confident in your skillset, then doing it yourself could save you some money; however, if you don’t feel comfortable taking on this task, then paying for a pro installation will ensure that everything is done properly and up to code so that your new door looks great and functions perfectly for years to come. 

Size

Size matters when it comes to purchasing a Pella door! The larger the size of the door, the more expensive it will be due to increased materials costs and labor hours needed for installation. So if you’re looking for something grandiose, then be prepared to pay accordingly. 

Level Of Detail

The level of detail involved in manufacturing your particular design will also impact the cost. This will vary depending on which model you choose, as well as the customization features you select, such as arched tops, number of grilles, built-in blinds, sidelites, panel style, and more.

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Choosing the right kind of Pella door for your home can be daunting, with so many different types available. But by taking into account such factors as a material choice (wood vs vinyl vs fiberglass), extra features like built-in blinds, and size considerations–along with factors such as DIY versus professional installation–you should be able to find one that fits both your budget and lifestyle.

If you’re interested in purchasing a Pella door for your home, fill out our contact form today! One of our expert representatives will be in touch shortly to discuss pricing options that fit your budget.