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How to Replace a Garage Door | Ask This Old House

In this video, This Old House carpenter Nathan Gilbert helps a homeowner upgrade her curb appeal by replacing her old garage door.

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Carpenter Nathan Gilbert makes a house call to help a homeowner replace her overhead garage door. After explaining some of the safety concerns to be aware of, Nathan and the homeowner get to work removing the existing garage door one section at a time.

Difficulty: ⅗
Cost: $600 to $3000, depending on the door, size, and material
Time: 6 hours

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Garage door hinge and bracket kit []
Garage door rollers []
Vinyl trim []

Tape measure []
Quick-clamp []
Wrench set []
Socket set []
Impact driver with socket adapter []
Worktable []
Level []
Miter saw []
Brad nailer []

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