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Gas, Pellet or Wood Stove Prices
Oil and electric heat are outrageously expensive these days. Electric used to be far more expensive before we saw a jump in prices in oil prices. Now, they are closer to each other in cost. A stove is a great, economical source of heat and warmth through that will help get you through the winter months. A wood, pellet, or gas stove will not only help heat your home but it will help you keep some money in your bank account.
Gas Stove Costs
A gas stove will cost $900 to $2,300. The low end will buy you a small unit that should only be used to heat small spaces. If you need to heat an entire level of a home, or the entire home itself, then you may need to spend upwards of $1,500 to get a large enough unit to handle the space. You may shop various gas fireplaces here.
Pellet Stove Costs
A pellet stove will cost $1,500 to $2,500. Where your new pellet stove falls on that scale will depend on construction, design, and performance. More expensive pellet stoves will be made of better materials, have aesthetically pleasing features like silver or brass fittings, and most importantly, more power. Be sure to focus on the BTUs that your pellet stove puts out. You can shop for and buy nice pellet stoves here.
Wood Stove Costs
A wood stove cost $1,000 to $2,000. You can find some good deals on wood stoves here. Wood stoves are a very economic option for cooking as well as heating. All you need to do is find cheap firewood somewhere and you can secure yourself a very economical method of heating.
Stove Installation Costs
It will cost $300 to $1,500 to install a stove in your home. It will cost more money based on the complexity of the location and complexity of the installation. How far is the exhaust stove from the exterior wall of the home? In the case of a gas stove it will need to be connected to electrical. How simple or difficult will that be? Cost runs parallel to the increasing complexity of the fireplace installation.