I got some pricing for pulling my gas insert and liners, and installing the new liner for my woodstove. I have no problem with paying a fair price, so I'm just looking for a nod from the pro's here on this being a fair price. I'm in southeastern PA. Mantel shield: $50 x 2 for my 48" wide wood lintel chimney liner (6" x 25'): $520 quick connector (6"): $65 liner cap (screen / no wind guard): $65 standard top plate: $65 insulation kit: $389 6" spark arrestor: $0 labor: $899 remove gas insert: $150 level 2 inspection: $300 ================= TOTAL: $2553 I may pull the gas insert myself to save that $150, so just wanting to be sure everything else looks fair. It's certainly more than I've paid for any other chimney liner, but this is the first insulated liner I've done (old chimney is stone with no clay liner, so they want to do an insulated liner), and the insulation adds $400. The level 2 inspection is because it's a 240 year old chimney, and this company had a house fire in a similarly old chimney last year, due to unknown combustables running thru the chimney. Thanks!