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Question DetailsAsked on 9/9/2016

How much to remove a corner gas fireplace that is vented through the wall, plus repair drywall and siding?

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If a direct-vent unit (vents straight out wall, no stack to roof) with normal type sidings (especially if you can tolerate just a plug or metal cap where it came out, rather than putting in new matching siding) sometimes for around $500 by a Handyman, assuming you leave the gas piping inplace and just capped off. Cutting back and abandoning that line (removing part by stove, then cutting the feed line and capping it where it comes off supply line) commonly $200-300 more by a Plumber.

Here are links to a few more previous similar questions with answers - note some of them refer to real built-in fireplaces, not what is apparently a free-standing gas stove which yours sounds like.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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