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    Cooker hood installation cost

    Electricians

    We require a cooker hood installed in our kitchen. Do we just need an electrician for this? How much is it likely to cost?
    Thank you

    Asked by Jade on 30th May 2020
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    Herts and Beds Electrical

    "Hello there, this is Nigel Rooney from Herts and Beds Electrical.
    If it is a straight swap over and does not require any adjustment
    With wiring you only need a competent person to replace the cooker hood.
    If you require power points to he moved or added for the cooker Hood then you will need a Part P Electrician. So he or she can carry out the work and then test the Electrics. Certificate the Electrics. And notify the work to the local building authority.
    A ball park figure for a simple job will be between £ 140.00 and
    £ 180.00 pounds.
    Regards

    Nigel Rooney

    Owner of Herts and Beds Electrical

    www.hertsandbedselectrical.co.uk"

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    Cefni Electrical

    "Yes an electrician would be able to do the whole job for you. Cooker Hood prices vary but should not take longer than 3/4 of a day. For a neat job lifting of floorboards above the hood would be better. Electricians day rates are all different depending on area. You can expect anything from £120 - £220 for without materials."

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    c thomas electrical

    "you are asking for one to be installed or replaced,I am not quite sure. Yes an electrician will do all for you. If you are going to install one maybe look at ones that use charcoal filters which do not need ductwork. But you may need ductwork for building regulations. if installed from scratch i think £120 should cover this, but is very difficult to price blind for you , sorry"

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    Mark Rogers

    "Hi Jade,

    It’s hard to judge without knowing the exact nature of the install, wether it’s a straight replacement, or new install that requires new electrics/vents etc so Doyle be between £75 and £200 depending on variants.

    Mark"

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    Milton electrical

    "Tricky one to give a definite price.....if no existing feed then one would need to be run, assuming it’s straight forward then a couple of hours Labour plus materials so around £120 but that is a rough estimate with out seeing the install"

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since Feb 2019 - report
    KPM Electrical

    "Hi
    It all depends if there is already an electric point for the cooker hood then no but if not obviously yes cost would be around £95-£125 unless electric point needs to be put in if point required then approximately £185-£245"

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since Apr 2019 - report
    Mohawk Maintenance Services Ltd

    "Installing a cooker hood as a replacement where an existing power supply is already available should be within the abilities of most DIY enthusiasts.
    Ensure the power supply is correctly isolated prior to any works taking place, if your not sure how to this, your not up to doing the job yourself.
    Ultimately it depends on your own level of expertise, if in doubt don't do it, call a professional."

    Answered on 18th Jun 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    MW Electrical

    "Yes an electrician is all you need. Price is dependent on many factors ie. is there a power supply already or does one need to be put in place. Also does there need to be a hole drilled through the wall to install ducting ect..."

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since Oct 2019 - report
    None company

    "If there is connection for power. Then it will cost £200."

    Answered on 4th Jun 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    C & N Electrics

    "Yes an electrician would be able to do the whole job for you. Cooker Hood prices vary but should not take longer than 3/4 of a day. For a neat job lifting of floorboards above the hood would be better. Electricians day rates are all different depending on area. You can expect anything from £120 - £220 for without materials.""

    Answered on 16th Jun 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report

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