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Group Buy: Haas Garage Doors

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[OP]
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Mar 2, 2006
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Group Buy: Haas Garage Doors

As promised in the "gauging interest" thread, here is the group buy pricing for specific Haas garage doors. Should you be interested in a size or model not listed, please inquire. The minimum will be 5 orders. Should you have any questions, please ask. :)

Here is the group buy process:
  1. Post the specifications of the door(s)
  2. I will PM the installer's contact information
  3. They will come to your house to provide an official quote
  4. Provide a ~25% deposit (covers restocking fee)
  5. Door will be ordered
  6. Arrange for installation
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Platinum Edition (click here) - Premium

Models:

RHT 710 - Flush wood grain
RHT 770 - Ranch panel wood grain
RHT 780 - Colonial panel wood grain
RHT 790 - Sculpted panel wood grain

Thickness: 1 3/4" (triple layer)

Insulation: Polyurethane foam (injected)

R-Value: 16.18

Colours: White, Almond, Brown, Sandstone. Also available: Hunter Green, Grey and Bronze (additional charge)

Hardware:

14 gauge galvanized steel
6 ply nylon rollers with 13 ball bearings
5000 cycle torsion spring
3 year warranty

Prices:

Single (8x7) - $840
Single (with window) - $1060
Double (15x7, 16x7) - $1267
Double (with window) - $1700

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Gold Edition (click here) - Deluxe

Models:

RHT 610 - Flush wood grain
RHT 670 - Ranch panel wood grain
RHT 680 - Colonial panel wood grain
RHT 690 - Sculpted panel wood grain

Thickness: 1 3/8" (triple layer)

Insulation: Polyurethane foam (injected)

R-Value: 13.45

Colours: White, Almond, Brown, Sandstone. Also available: Hunter Green, Grey and Bronze (additional charge)

Hardware:

14 gauge galvanized steel
6 ply nylon rollers with 13 ball bearings
5000 cycle torsion spring
3 year warranty

Prices:

Single (8x7) - $780
Single (with window) - $995
Double (15x7, 16x7) - $1160
Double (with window) - $1580

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Bronze Edition (click here) - Economy

Model:

Model 258 - Colonial panel wood grain

Thickness: 2" (single layer)

Insulation: None

R-Value None

Colours: White, Almond, Brown, Sandstone. Also available: Hunter Green, Grey and Bronze (additional charge)

Prices:

Single (8x7) - $615
Single (with window) - $735
Double (15x7, 16x7) - $880
Double (with window) - $1130

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All above prices include:

Taxes
Installation
Standard rehook of existing garage door opener
Removal and disposal of existing door
OEM Hardware (hinges, tracks, springs, etc.)
Weather stripping (double ply with capped retainers)
Garage door opener reinforcement bracket (for doors greater than 12' wide)
1 year labour warranty
Lifetime door panel corrosion warranty


Additional charges:

Garage door opener install - $70 + parts (will not install Genie openers)
Garage door opener reinforcement bracket - $20 (option for doors smaller than 12' wide)
8' high garage doors - $75 (add to above prices)
Low headroom (less than 12" of space above door opening) - Price to be quoted
15 replies
Deal Addict
Oct 29, 2004
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Why is there no "hardware" section for the Bronze Edition?
[OP]
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Mar 2, 2006
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slim_shady wrote:
Nov 9th, 2009 2:18 pm
Why is there no "hardware" section for the Bronze Edition?
It's just standard hardware, so didn't bother to find/post the specs. I believe that it's 16 gauge galvanized steel with steel rollers (not sure if there are any bearings). All hardware can be upgraded and I believe that the prices are quite reasonable.
[OP]
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Mar 2, 2006
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STFan wrote:
Nov 9th, 2009 3:53 pm
Is this insulated?
The Gold and Platinum series doors are both foam injected. The Silver series (not priced) uses foam board and the Bronze is non-insulated.
Sr. Member
Aug 17, 2003
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Toronto
What is the difference between the gold and platinum? I am would like to arrange for a in-person visit for a quote.

Do they sell openers as well?
[OP]
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Lord Denning wrote:
Nov 9th, 2009 4:19 pm
What is the difference between the gold and platinum? I am would like to arrange for a in-person visit for a quote.

Do they sell openers as well?
The Platinum door is a little thicker (1 3/4" vs. 1 3/8") to offer greater insulation value (R16.18 vs. R13.45).

Yes, they do sell openers (Chamberland, Liftmaster, etc.). If you don't mind a sectional box rail, you can pick up the Craftsman GDOs yourself (from sears), which are a great value considering they are Chamberlain clones...they go on sale all the time. The Liftmaster (also made by Chamberlain) comes with a one piece T-bar rail and I don't think that it is sold in retail stores.

I will PM the contact info.
Deal Addict
Oct 29, 2004
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Is your contact an authorized dealer/installer for this brand?

How much extra for hunter green? (single garage, gold edition)
Deal Addict
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Jun 26, 2009
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I got my 8x7 doors at Costco for $790 everything in - taxes, installation, windows of my choice, removal of old doors, new tracks and hardware,weather stripping, reconnecting of garage door opener and this is for Amarr Olympus 500, which is foam injected, triple layer with R-value of 15.67 so it's comparable with platinum series here. The warranty I got is better too - lifetime on doors and hardware plus lifetime on installation. It was installed by Pro-Master Mississauga, I know, that some people had bad luck with them, but in my case they did a good job, everything was as ordered, on time and done right at the first time... My price was $650 for the doors, $100 for the windows, and GST (one tax, no PST) $37.50. Total cost $787.50 installed...
[OP]
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Mar 2, 2006
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We've already been discussing the pros and cons of the Amarr doors from Costco in the other thread. As the title states, this thread is dedicated to Haas garage doors.
[OP]
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slim_shady wrote:
Nov 9th, 2009 7:42 pm
Is your contact an authorized dealer/installer for this brand?

How much extra for hunter green? (single garage, gold edition)
Authorized, absolutely.

$40 more for Hunter Green.
[OP]
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Mar 2, 2006
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This thread has fallen quite far back. I've received about 3 request for quotes. If there isn't sufficient interest, I will close the GB and the pricing can be used for reference purposes to help those looking for doors in the future.
Newbie
Apr 23, 2009
1 posts
Toronto, Ontario
I don't know if I'm too late but I am interested in the Gold edition.

Let me know how I can arrange a quote. I have a double garage.
Member
Aug 12, 2003
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Toronto
Is this GB still on? If not, any recommendations for garage doors and installers?
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Mar 31, 2002
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Tommy74 wrote:
Nov 9th, 2009 11:44 pm
I got my 8x7 doors at Costco for $790 everything in - taxes, installation, windows of my choice, removal of old doors, new tracks and hardware,weather stripping, reconnecting of garage door opener and this is for Amarr Olympus 500, which is foam injected, triple layer with R-value of 15.67 so it's comparable with platinum series here. The warranty I got is better too - lifetime on doors and hardware plus lifetime on installation. It was installed by Pro-Master Mississauga, I know, that some people had bad luck with them, but in my case they did a good job, everything was as ordered, on time and done right at the first time... My price was $650 for the doors, $100 for the windows, and GST (one tax, no PST) $37.50. Total cost $787.50 installed...
Appears prices have gone up - now costs $650 for the Olympus 500 plus $130 if you want windows plus GST (so $819ish) from ProMaster/Costco...

Are the group buy prices still available?
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