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[Lowe's] Hot GE Gas Range 30" 5-Burner (Stainless Steel) $625.50+tax after PM

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[Lowe's] Hot GE Gas Range 30" 5-Burner (Stainless Steel) $625.50+tax after PM

The price is already very good for a stainless steel gas range.
However, you can call in Lowe's for price match with The Brick who has it for $695. Lowe's will knock off another 10% bringing the effective price to $625.50 + tax. My total was $706.82 (tax in).

The Brick price is valid till midnight and Lowe's customer care is open till midnight as well. Home Depot has it for $695 as well but they don't sell that model in stores. Delivery charges are $50 for GTA.
You can pickup in store to avoid Lowe's truck delivery charges.
Don't forget Airmiles. Good luck.
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reggyDeal wrote:
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Is the convection oven, mean it is electric?
Convection ovens basically mean hot air is blowing/circulating around the food in the oven.
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question..if my current stove is electric...does that mean i need to get someone to redo the gas pipe for gas stove? how much does it cause?
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kiasu wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 1:41 pm
question..if my current stove is electric...does that mean i need to get someone to redo the gas pipe for gas stove? how much does it cause?
You would need a licenced gas fitter to bring up a gas line to the stove. I'm looking for one right now. I'm budgeting 2-300 dollars.
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Yes. You need a gas line run from outside at the gas point to the outside wall right behind the stove, then connected to the stove. I did this, cost a few hundred at most. Alternative is run gas line indoors but odds are your basement is finished.

Highly recommend switching to gas.. Food cooks better and stays warmer longer. Big difference for us in South Asian cooking.
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ParadigmElectric wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2017 10:15 pm
The price is already very good for a stainless steel gas range.
However, you can call in Lowe's for price match with The Brick who has it for $695. Lowe's will knock off another 10% bringing the effective price to $625.50 + tax. My total was $706.82 (tax in).

The Brick price is valid till midnight and Lowe's customer care is open till midnight as well. Home Depot has it for $695 as well but they don't sell that model in stores. Delivery charges are $50 for GTA.
You can pickup in store to avoid Lowe's truck delivery charges.
Don't forget Airmiles. Good luck.
I see it for $699 at the Brick. I'm in 'sauga.
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Punky Hunky wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 2:12 pm
You would need a licenced gas fitter to bring up a gas line to the stove. I'm looking for one right now. I'm budgeting 2-300 dollars.
Not sure what gas line hook up costs are like in other cities but I just had mine done in Calgary and it was close to $500 for a very simple install over a short distance. Basically on the other side of the kitchen wall is the outside where the external gas line and meter are. The $500 included a city permit.
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You will be very disappointed with these entry level gas range if you cook a lot. It will take you at least 50%more time to boil water than electric and it doesn't have enough btu to stir fry anything. An electric range with 3000w electric burner will out perform any gas model at this price range. If you want to move to gas, at least get a range with a two-ring or tri-ring burner and 19000+ BTU.
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ParadigmElectric wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2017 10:15 pm
The price is already very good for a stainless steel gas range.
However, you can call in Lowe's for price match with The Brick who has it for $695. Lowe's will knock off another 10% bringing the effective price to $625.50 + tax. My total was $706.82 (tax in).

The Brick price is valid till midnight and Lowe's customer care is open till midnight as well. Home Depot has it for $695 as well but they don't sell that model in stores. Delivery charges are $50 for GTA.
You can pickup in store to avoid Lowe's truck delivery charges.
Don't forget Airmiles. Good luck.
Its a nice range.... I bought it for $538+tax last month.


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xdreamoz wrote:
Nov 24th, 2017 5:14 pm
Not sure what gas line hook up costs are like in other cities but I just had mine done in Calgary and it was close to $500 for a very simple install over a short distance. Basically on the other side of the kitchen wall is the outside where the external gas line and meter are. The $500 included a city permit.
Getting gas line installed is very expensive. With this, I would not mess with DYI. Find a reputable plumber that is licensed. When we had our basement finished we had a line run to the kitchen, and outside (bbq). All of this was around $1200 for under 55 feet of the yellow flex line, fitting, splitter, pressure test, etc.
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Ventilation is important too. Make sure you have the appropriate ventilation fan. Specific microwaves have extra hi ventilation if you have one over the stove.

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