Jotul Allagash Install Cost

Todd Posted By Todd, Jul 22, 2013 at 2:54 PM

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  1. Todd

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    Got a quote today to install my Allagash I found on Craig's list. $1226.00, $519 of that for labor a the rest for parts to install into existing masonry chimney. Sounds pretty fair to, I was expecting a little more for labor.
     
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    Generally with a fireplace/hearthmount install, the biggest time is the gas line. If you have an ash clean out, & the tap in is located below the hearth, it's easy-peasy. Stretching the liners & bending up the top plate goes pretty quickly, too. If they gave you a time of between 3 - 4 hours, that's right in the ballpark.
     
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    Hi Todd, that seems right on for here in CT. 500-600 for parts, 500-600 for labor. Good luck with the Jotul, they are great heaters.
     
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    Yep, I think they are pretty well right in the ball park as far as I can see. Thanks
     
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