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Melbourne VIC, Australia

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Thursday, 20th Aug 2015
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supply and install light and exhaust fan in a bathroom, and light under kitchen overhead cupboards
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“easy to work with, would gladly work for again.”
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Offer is for Supply and replace 2 x rangehood Globes, inspect fan. Includes up to 45mins of time.
Includes airtasker fees, travel and insurance costs.
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It really depends on what you have in there already, what size ducting etc. A "good" fan for a ducted system costs me $500+ at trade price plus install costs and Mark up.
Light globes… . I can put in a price for that but you're paying electrician rates just to change two Globes…
Debra J.poster
Can you please give me a quote to just replace the fan in bathroom with one that works, and globes in the above stove unit.

Thanks!
Kitchen, again, I'm more than happy to put in cabinet lights but if you're on a budget just put in decent globes... are you buying proper rangehood pilot lights or just whatever you find at coles? try for an led one also...
bathroom, i can add in LED down lights. re: fan there may be an adjustment on the inline fan to step up the airflow or maybe replace the existing with something like a fantech provent one.
Can install a wall mount heater. will gladly do so, but you might get as good value for money buying a small portable heater and just plugging it in.
Debra J.poster
Bathroom: Can you make a recommendation for what would suit? It is rather gloomy light plus there is a musty/mouldy smell like it never dries out properly.

Kitchen: we tend to use the over stove light but the bulbs keep blowing. Perhaps repairing or replacing it would be a cheaper and simpler alternative. Can you please advise?
Sorry about all the to-ing and fro-ing!
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