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Question DetailsAsked on 6/3/2014

How much should it cost to extend a gas line from the dryer in the attached garage to the kitchen?

I have a gas dryer in the garage, electric range in the kitchen in my condo. I want to know if it's possible to install a gas line for a gas range and how much that would cost. Additionally, how much to then change out the range and an over the range microwave/hood combination. Don't need a full kitchen remodel. Thanks!

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Here is a prior response I gave to a similar situation -


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it all comes down to accessibility for installation of piping after the first $200 or so for basic plumbing connection and valves. Exposed crawlspace or basement access the cheapest, concrete or brick construction typically the most expensive, especially if have to take long way around to avoid going through a neighboring condo.


Change out range from $600 range for low end on up to thousands, depending on what you choose - most people choose $600-900 cost range units - typically very cheap or near free install from store, with removal of old one included.


Microhood typically about $400-500 range installed for normal units assuming you choose same-sized one with exhaust duct connection about same place, so no cabinetry or duct work is needed - about 2/3 that cost is the unit, rest install. Can run $1000+ if rerunning of duct or cabinetry work is needed to fit new one in, or to fill in gaps because new one is smaller than old. Generally but not always, unit is framed in with trim, so slight increase (but no so much it interferes with the actual cabinets) is cheaper to retrim than a reduction in size. Thpically not installable by store people - requires HVAC contractor or in some areas electrician to do this, generally.

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