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cost to install dual fuel rangemaster and extractor fan
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mklanch · 23/09/2022 16:11

hi,
can anyone tell me the rough cost i would expect to pay for someone to come and connect a dual fuel rangemaster cooker (90cm) and a extractor fan.
i already have gas and electric where the current cooker is.
i'm in Lincolnshire if that makes any difference.
thank you

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mklanch · 23/09/2022 17:27

anyone?

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hedgehoglurker · Yesterday 08:28

We bought an electric range from AO.com to replace a dual fuel. I can't remember cost, sorry, but we used their delivery, fitting and removal service as it seemed great value and was convenient.

Have you ordered the new range already and do they not offer fitting?

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hedgehoglurker · Yesterday 08:38

I just checked, they currently charge £95 for installing a gas cooker, which includes disconnecting the old.

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mklanch · Yesterday 12:36

we moved into this house some months ago but the oven broke so we managed to buy one from a friend and she was redoing her kitchen.
we have disconnected our old cooker (electric). but we need them to put an extractor fan in (as we have a very old one that looks like a bathroom fan). then they need to put the range cooker in and connect it to both the mains and the gas. possibly move some plugs to the side.
we have been quoted £210, we thought this was a bit expensive.

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hedgehoglurker · Yesterday 12:46

Bumping for you. It does sound like a fair bit more work. Do you have the new cooker in place and disposed of the old one already, or are they doing any of this too? Hopefully you've ensured they are Gas Safe registered and electrically competent.

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roses2 · Yesterday 13:33

It depends on whether you need electrics updating also? If you need a gas safe person to connect + a new electrical connection then £215 sounds about right. If it's just gas & to wire a plug to the mains then it's a little high but even so £150 would be the ballpark for that as it's still half a day of someone's time.

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Nat6999 · Yesterday 13:35

It cost me £100 to have a duel fuel cooker installed 10 years ago, you have to pay for the flexible gas pipe as cookers don't come with one so that buyers don't fit them themselves & risk gas leaks. Places like AO have the option to pay for fitting when you buy from them, I think it is around £100 per appliance.

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Nat6999 · Yesterday 13:37

It also depends if the electric part of the cooker can just be plugged in or needs hardwiring.

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