Installation for Ovens will be carried out by professional licensed plumbers or Electrician.
We will remove old for new and customer service is number 1 for us and that is why we started Appliances Today to offer quality service and installation with great products.
All jobs will be booked in with the family-run business Heritage Plumbing Group, they are a Victorian-based plumbing company that has been delivering quality work for over 10 years.
Once you place your order, you will receive contact from Heritage Plumbing Group who will arrange a time for when a qualified technician can come out to your property. Upon confirmation, you will receive a message on the day of the installation with a picture of the technician and also confirming the booking time.
Included in the Installation
- Check the area for existing damage and check measurements to ensure the new appliance/fixture/tapware will fit the existing cutout/allowed space.
- Check all connections are all working and are up to code
- Deliver new appliance/fixture/tapware
- Remove old appliance/fixture/tapware
- Install new appliance/fixture/tapware
- Test the appliance/fixture/tapware to ensure everything is working correctly
- Show the customer how to use the new appliance/fixture/tapware
- Clean up the area
Extra works that may need to be done
- Relocate connection (after 1m)
- New power/water/gas line
- Relocate appliance/fixture/tapware
- Add new fittings to ensure appliance/fixture/tapware is up to code
- If extra works outside these need to be done please Call Appliances Today 1300 896 896 to discuss and get a quote from one of their qualified technicians.
Ovens Installation Tips
- Will your new oven fit in your desired location? Do you need to get a cabinet maker to modify the existing location?
It’s important to check the dimensions of your new appliance against the dimensions of the existing appliance or existing opening to make sure that the new appliance will fit.
Yes – If your new oven fits in the existing oven location no cabinet maker should be necessary.
No – If your new oven doesn’t fit in the existing oven location, a cabinet maker may be required – Feel free to call for additional information or a quote.
- Is your new oven going to be gas or electric?
Gas – One of our plumbers can help you with the installation of a gas oven.
Electric – One of our electricians will most likely be required to install an electric or dual fuel (gas cooktop & electric). Feel free to call for additional information or a quote.
- Does your existing oven or proposed oven have a dedicated circuit back to your switchboard?
Typically, all ovens should run off a dedicated circuit, if your existing oven does not have one you may be required to install a dedicated electrical circuit back to your switchboard. One of our electricians may be required. Feel free to call for additional information or a quote.
- Is your new oven required to be hardwired or does it need a 15A (amp) wall outlet?
The electrical connection on your oven can vary between different oven brands and models. Depending on your oven requirements one of our electricians may be required to install a 15-amp power point or to hardwire the oven. Feel free to call for additional information or a quote.
- If you are installing a new gas oven, is your current gas line the correct size and can it handle the new megajoule loading?
The size of your gas fitting line will affect the appliances you can connect to it. If the gas line is sized correctly one of our plumbers should be able to connect your new appliance. If your appliances exceed the megajoule (MJ) rating limit for your gas fitting line, one of our plumbers may be required to upgrade your gas line. Feel free to call for additional information or a quote.
- Always ensure to engage a licensed plumber or electrician for installation so it complies with Australian Standards.
If your installation includes any plumbing or electrical work it’s essential to use a licensed plumber or electrician. Licensed trades must hold insurance to be granted their license, which protects both you and your home. A licensed trade has a higher standard of knowledge and experience than someone who is only registered or in training.