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Question DetailsAsked on 9/29/2016

Small wall heater that needs to be replaced .Have a quoted a price of $3600 with or without damper.Is this fair.

Heater for one room. Vented from outside.

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I would get another quote or two - individual wall heaters, replacing an existing one, commonly in the $500-1000 or a bit more cost installed depending on heater size, whether any opening modifications are needed, etc.


$3600 sounds like full new-install cost for a full furnace or full-house woodstove or gas stove - sounds WAYYYY too high to me for a "small wall heater", which in our area (not a low-cost area but wood and gas stoves are very common) typically runs $2000-3000 range for a brand-new installation of a $35,000-40,000 gas stove or heater, and around $2000 range or even less (depending on ease of running gas and electric to it) for 15,000 BTU direct-vent wall heater.


Heating and A/C would be your normal Search the List category for well-rated and reviewed contractors for this - also Plumbers in some areas for gas heaters, and some Electricians for electric (though since you said vented evidently gas).

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