Installing a new wall oven in your kitchen can increase the resale value and livability of a home, and it's relatively inexpensive compared to many other projects. A wall oven with a separate cooktop frees up kitchen space, and it's an attractive addition that allows for a continuous flow of cabinetry. Homes that don't currently have a wall oven may need a considerable retrofit of the existing cabinets and countertops.
|What you can expect|
|Range per oven:||$1,245.32||$2,640.30|
|Range for this type of project:||$1,245||$2,640|
Wall Oven Cost
Cost of residential-grade oven for wall mount with 5-cubic-foot capacity, stainless steel finish, and digital controls. Dedicated 240V electrical unit required at installation site. One-year limited warranty guarantees excellence.
Wall Oven Labor, Basic
Labor cost, under typical conditions, for complete installation. Mounting hardware will be measured, placed, and secured. Appliance will be connected to existing utility connections, secured to mounting hardware, and optimal operation verified. Fee is inclusive of all aspects of the project, such as thorough planning, acquisition of equipment and material, preparation and protection of project site, and meticulous cleanup.
Wall Oven Job Supplies
Requisite supplies for the job, including connectors and fittings.
Wall Oven Debris Disposal
Responsible disposal of all project debris, including the cost to load and haul old materials, installation waste, and any other refuse.
Option: Remove Appliances
Unit will be detached from adjacent components, broken into portable segments, removed from premises, and disposed of in a safe and legal manner.
|cost to install a wall oven|
|National Avg. Materials Cost per oven||$1,728.30|
|National Avg. Cost (labor and materials) for 1 oven||$1,911.68|
|National Cost Range (labor and materials) for 1 oven||$1,225.37 - $2,597.99|
If you already have a wall oven and you're simply looking to replace it with a new one, the job can usually be completed within a few hours given the appropriate tools, safety measures and a little bit of DIY knowledge. However, many homeowners aren't able to handle the weight of the oven and the electrical work that needs to be done, or they simply lack the required tools, so it's usually best to call on the professionals.
In some cases, the store that sold you the new oven can take out the existing unit, install the new one and take away the old oven to be recycled for a fee. This provides peace of mind that the job has been professionally done, and you won't have the old one hanging around waiting for disposal.
What You Should Know Before You Begin