Nov 15, 2016 5:53 pm
We have 25 course high stacker doors (3587 width) included in our plans currently and want to increase to 28 course high because our ceilings are 31 course.
Builder has advised this will cost $1,500 which seems a bit steep.
We are increasing other windows and there's no charge as there's more glass but less bricks so works out about the same so just want to know why the stacker door upgrade would be so expensive? Can anyone shed light on this?
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