Cost to Build a Gate

New Garden Gate

Redwood Gate

Cost to Build a New Garden Gate

Homeowner wanted a new gate for the sidewalk leading to her garden. The materials were redwood with new gate hardware.

Low estimate for materials and labor:

  • Redwood fence boards and 2x4s
  • Gate hardware
  • Misc. screws and nails
  • Labor 3 hours

High estimate for materials and labor:

  • Redwood fence boards and 2x4s
  • Gate hardware
  • Misc. screws and nails
  • Labor 3.5 hours

If you are a contractor or a handyman, how much would this job cost in your area?

Low Price: $250

Consensus Price: $300

High Price: $325

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Comments

  1. Hi there I’m a welder and I’m building a big gate just like to no how much can I change them and to put palisade fencing need a price I’m in south africa

  2. $400 for the gate, $100 for the install. Got the same project in Beverly Hills, CA.
    Homeowner wants a nice gate. Redwood. 8 planks, Material & Labor, remove old gate, install new gate, Old gate disposal fee included. No Stain, No finish, that’s extra. Potential total $625.

  3. Gate building will run about 375.00 to 600.00 depending on fence details and hardware. Here in Fort Worth .

  4. need to install a 4ft high 150ft length wire fence for small dog .using a heavy gauge turkey like wire and putting 2o or so fence post in. need to now fair cost not low and not high, middle of the road.

  5. How much would you charge for a 6 ft gate with a window in it and installing it on a pre existing posts that I can’t remove

  6. Put up a gate 5′ 2 inches wide and 6′ tall, used pressure treated wood and posts. Took out nails from old wood surrounding the hot tube and bundled 3 piles. Took old gate to be yard to be disposed. What would be a fair price. Materials cost $206.

  7. In Alexandria, Va. An homeowner thinks a 3′-6″ wooden gate hung on a 9 feet slat wooden fence, all at 6′ tall fence for just $450 is fair. They also want the chain link fence removal and disposal thrown in; someone could expect great quality and service.

What would a fair price be?