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    Electric cooker installation cost

    Electricians

    How much would it be to install my cooker? It's brand new and when it arrived the cooker came without a wire.

    Asked by Carla on 25th Oct 2019
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    Southway electrical contractors ltd

    "It depends on the length of electric cable required and the time it takes but on average between £40-65. Obviously, this price depends on things like location and any other issues that may occur."

    Answered on 25th Oct 2019 - Member since May 2019 - report
    Pasmat ltd

    "Hello

    Firstly the question would be, do you have a cooker connection point where the appliance is going? If so and it's rated correctly at the distribution board then I would think this would cost £100 or more depending on location/parking etc.

    To check if your fuse is the correct size take your appliance wattage(W) and divide is by 230v (V) = Amps (A)
    The wattage should be on the appliance or manual.

    If a new spur would have to be wired from the distribution board a visit for a quote would be advised. I would think it would cost upwards of £250 as this requires a certificate.

    Good luck,
    Best regards."

    Answered on 25th Oct 2019 - Member since Oct 2019 - report
    Simply electrical services

    "So for a cooker you normally require a 6mm cable from a cooker isolation switch to a back plate at the back of the cooker which the cooker gets wired to a 6mm twin and earth cable. Normally I charge around £85."

    Answered on 5th Mar 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Kent Downs Electrical

    "We charge £70 for an appliance installation, we will not charge extra for a small piece of cable."

    Answered on 21st Jun 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report
    MAG Electrical Services Ltd

    "Around £50-£120 as long as there is an supply for it."

    Answered on 21st May 2020 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    Aura electrical southern ltd

    "As long as you have the correct electrical point there then it would would be just a matter of connecting cable up and turning it on price about £60"

    Answered on 31st Mar 2020 - Member since Dec 2018 - report
    CAM Electrical

    "Approximately £60-£75. Maybe additional costs depending on the electrical circuit and means of protection for said circuit, hard to say exactly without more information."

    Answered on 25th Oct 2019 - Member since Jul 2018 - report
    CDW Electrical Ltd

    "Hello Carla, it depends on what location you are in. On average I would say around £50 - £80 to install an electric cooker. Some electricians have a minimum fee for each job. You're better off submitting a job on this site so local electricians could contact you with a more accurate price."

    Answered on 25th Oct 2019 - Member since Oct 2019 - report
    Hillmore Electrical

    "We would need Heat resistant flex, cost for labour and materials would come to £80

    Darren - Hillmore Electrical"

    Answered on 13th Jul 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Wisewulf security and electrical

    "If there is an existing cooker point in place that is of suitable rating it should only be a nominal call out fee of around £60-£100."

    Answered on 27th Jan 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report

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