Hey everyone! I want to start off with thanking all of the contributors to this forum. You have answered most of my questions already without me asking them. With the help of info from this forum, I recently purchased a used Harman P61-2 from a neighbor of mine. I've been spending almost $600 a month to heat my old farmhouse with oil and I've had it! I did have one question... I recently got an estimate to install for $1000 with an OAK. Is this a reasonable price? Before you answer, know that the previous owner of my house had a pellet stove, so there is already a hole in the side of my house with a really crappy pipe in it. I would assume a large portion of the labor is drilling the hole and cutting siding/etc to fit the thimble. All of this work has already been completed with the prior pipe. Sorry to start off in this forum with a question but I really would love a second opinion! I pushed back and asked why labor alone is $500. That just seems high to me for replacing an existing pipe. I even offered to assist with the movement of the stove if that was a factor and they had to send two people. Thanks everyone!