New glass door rates are expected to go up this week, with the first of three major increases announced by the National Glass Door Association (NGDA).
According to the NGLA, the new rates are intended to increase the average value of the first glass door that is installed to $2,200.
The average price per opening will go from $500 to $1,400, which is a big increase from the previous $800.
While the new glass door installation rate is expected to boost the average price of a first glass floor, there are a number of other glass doors that will see their prices increase.
The first of those is the “Cabrera” glass door, which will be upgraded to a $2.50 per square foot rate, from $1.50.
This will be the first “cabrera”-style glass door in the industry to receive a glass upgrade, the NGUDA said.
The other new glass doors will see an upgrade to a “per-square-foot” rate of $1 per square feet, from the current $3.00 per square.
This means that the average cost of a “cabal-style” glass floor will jump from $300 to $350.
In addition, NGUA estimates that the new pricing will reduce the price of an average single-level kitchen/living room by more than 50%.
The price increase will affect a large number of residential units in the Denver metro area, which include many high-end condos and condominiums.
NGUDAs chief executive, Gary Luecke, said that these residential units are the “foundation” for Denver’s growth.
He also said that this new pricing is intended to make Denver a more desirable place to live.