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Most economic way to replace Gas Range, Over the range microwave, and dishwasher

Most economic way to replace Gas Range, Over the range microwave, and dishwasher

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Old 11-29-19, 07:20 AM
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Most economic way to replace Gas Range, Over the range microwave, and dishwasher

When replacing the gas range, and microwave oven over the gas range, and dishwasher, what is the most sensible and economic way to get them replaced possibly all at once?

Should I buy the appliances myself from BestBuy or HomeDepot myself, and get them delivered and hire a handyman separately? Or pay for the installation service to BestBuy or HomeDepot so they can contract out the installation?

When replacing the gas stove, is a gas permit required from your local jurisdiction?
 
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Old 11-29-19, 03:26 PM
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A permit to hook up a gas stove is not usually necessary. A shutoff valve is code at the appliance location, usually right behind the stove.

If you buy all the appliances at once from one source you might get a discount, or not. Unless you know of an electrician or a handyman I don't think it makes much difference if the you have the store contract for install.
 
 

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