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Wood Stove Installation Costs

Wood Stove Installation CostsThe cost of installing a wood burning or gas fired stove into a ready prepared recess is largely made up by the cost of the stove, flue and other materials. The labour charge is relatively small by comparison.

The price of a stove varies according to which size stove you require for your room and the quality of the stove. The cost of a flue liner is also dependent on size (diameter and length). The price of other pipe and fittings used also varies depending on the requirements of the installation.

As a rough guide, our charges for supply and installation of a 5kW multi-fuel stove together with a HETAS approved stainless steel flue liner and all associated pipe, fittings and adaptors (the standard items required to complete an installation) into a ready prepared recess start at approximately £1,036.00 + VAT for a wood burning stove.

Please try out our wood and multi-fuel stove installation estimator, this will give you a fairly good idea of stove installation costs with a variety of stove options to select. Please remember though, the tool is an estimator to be used as a guide only.

Where there is no existing recess, the price will be higher due to increased labour costs involved in preparing a recess. We offer a Free No Obligation home survey & will discuss all options and costs with you.

All stoves supplied by us are from leading manufacturers, offering a quality product, fully guaranteed and CE approved. To view a range of available stoves please visit our brochure pages – wood/multi-fuel brochures.

How long does it take to install a stove?

To install a register plate, flue liner and stove into an already prepared opening would usually be 1 days work.

If there is no existing prepared recess, to knock out and prepare a recess, lay a hearth and do the above will take 2 – 3 days. This being approximately 2 days to prepare the recess and one day to install the stove. We usually leave the final fitting & commissioning for a few days to allow any rendering and brickwork to dry naturally (to avoid cracking). On the follow up visit we would commission the stove and give advise on how to operate.