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Harman P68 Pellet stove

Post in 'The Gear' started by littleprius, Jul 27, 2006.

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  1. littleprius

    littleprius New Member

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    I am thinking about purchasing a new Harman P68 pellet stove. I would be putting the stove in the basement and venting vertically about 9 feet and then horizontally to outside. The retailer's total price for the Harman P68 delivery, set-up, installation, piping, venting, and on-site testing is $3900 with 1/2 ton of wood pallets. I would be installing a ceramic floor cover. Could you share with me your assessment if you think this is a reasonable, installed price? Thanks in advance!! :)

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  2. ScubaSteve

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    Depending on the vent run and what type of venting you are getting, If it is normal 3 or 4 inch venting out or up and out that is pretty close to what we would sell it for in Western Wisconsin
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    here in the Northeast, a p68 wills et you back $2299-$2399, for a crated stove, all black, no artsy-fartsy trim. Install and delivery, labor only, about $350.00. Pipe.....3", with an intake thimble (made by Harman), very roughly, $500.00......total is roughly $3300.00 in our market, but that doesnt inlcude pellets, a half ton being about $130.00.....so, $3450 or so. On-site testing should be included with the install, or some call it conditioning the unit. A draft test should also be included with the install (this is important). Although I think the price is slightly high, it sounds fair, when factoring in regional price variations and competition.
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