Stove Promotions?

Tom Wallace Posted By Tom Wallace, Jul 18, 2013 at 1:55 PM

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  1. Tom Wallace

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    Well if that's the case, I'll easily hit the $300 cap. The liner materials alone were around $700 I think. Adding the stove even without tax and shipping will push me over $3,000.
     
  2. Woody Stover

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    I think the install rebate only applies to a pro install, not a diy. I could be wrong.....
     
  3. Highbeam

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    DIY is covered. You do NOT need a pro to install. However, I would not try to "charge" them for your DIY labor.
     
  4. vacation

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    Regency f 2400 ... A free blower around October, plus whatever discount from the store they offer... Most Stove manufacturers offer some type of savings/discount/offer around October/November. And Fair prices, don't always mean Fair prices :)
     
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