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Question DetailsAsked on 3/1/2017

What average price would a contractor charge to replace a bathroom vanity top, sink and faucet

I have been having problems with faucet drips for years. I have a 12 year old vanity that I like, but I think replacing the vanity top, sink and a faucet with 4" spread instead of 8" will solve the problem.

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You are probably looking at $600-800 bare minimum, probably closer to $1000-1500 range for that by a Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath contractor (your Search the List category for this type of job). Of course more if going with fancy countertop and sink material.


If you like the countertop, you can put in new faucet for probably $50-100 parts and minimum labor per below. Or depending on how badly the drip has eroded the seats in the faucets, just have the plumber regrind the seats and put in new innards - gaskets and washers and such as applicable, for typically about $10 parts per faucet plus probably $75-200 minimum labor charge depending on area (commonly $125-150 range in much of country). Though unless fancy faucet probably almost as cheap and likely longer lasting to just put in new faucet.

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