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    Cost of Ducting for cooker extractor


    We recently moved into a house with a cooker hood extractor in place, connected to electrics but was just for show. There is no ducting in place, and the hood is on an external wall. How much approximately would this cost to get done so the extractor hood is in full working order please? TIA

    Asked by Lindsey on 6th Dec 2021
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    Courtman Electrical & Building Services

    "Morning not all cooker hoodd require a duct so it’s worth checking the manufacture instructions however it it does need a duct then I would say around £150 to drill the hole and fit a grill on the outside"

    Answered on 6th Dec 2021 - Member since Aug 2021 - report
    Newport Building And Home Improvements

    The cost of ducting for cooker extractor is around £150"

    Answered on 6th Dec 2021 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    Kings Construction

    "Each Company to their own but without seeing the job it would be hard to give an accurate quote, a rough estimate you would be looking at materials + 1-2 hours labour (day rate dived by the working day is equal to one hour) depending on the simplicity of the job and access to the outside where the vent would be exiting the wall. if the extractor is not connected to a source of power with an isolator switch you would also need an electrician to be able to sign the electrics off and issue a safety certificate to follow regulations.
    I hope this helps to answer your questions and you manage to hire a tradesman to enable you to use your extractor as it should."

    Answered on 6th Jan 2022 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
    TD Services


    Some have filters or ducting in which you can choose what. You want

    If this is not the case with yours then it would cost around £60 with labour and materials


    Answered on 24th Apr 2022 - Member since Apr 2022 - report

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