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Question DetailsAsked on 2/24/2015

How much should it cost to install gas stove in a home that already has gas?

We are switching from an electric to a gas stove. Need to reroute a line for a dual fuel stove. We are already getting an electrician to come install the winch, so I am only asking about the line. We were quoted $450 just to route a line into the kitchen, which seems very high, especially for Winston-Salem.

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They should average between $200-$300 but goes up depending on the length of the line and if it needs to go to multiple floors. If you think it's too high, you should try getting multiple quotes from other licensed plumbers.

Answered 5 years ago by Guest_93256012


Sounds on the high side to me too, unless coming from far end of house or requires knocking holes in drywall (the repair of which would NOT be included in the plumber cost). Obviously, will be more expensive both for labor and materials if local code says it has to be black iron as opposed to plastic tubing (or if you opt for the greater safety of black iron as I would). Here are a few other related questions with responses FYI - note some are new lineto stove, some just slight moves so pay attention to the details:

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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