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Phatmal...
Phatmal...

Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 3:44pm

Post Subject: Mulifuel stove

Leaving aside the cost of a stove, what can I expect to pay to have it professionally fitted to a narrowboat.Thanks in anticipation

Tony-B...
Tony-B...

Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 7:08pm

Post Subject: Mulifuel stove

That rather depends upon the local labour rates (It tends to be cheaper in the north), if it requires piping to central heating and if that heating is already in place, and how much work is needed to clear a suitable space, fire/heatproof it, install a hearth ( and that depends upon the stove to a degree). It could be anything form a £150 to maybe £1000 but its only a guess. Once you have decided upon, but not purchased the stove talk to some yards for a quote but they will probably want to see the boat and discuss the job.

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