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Question DetailsAsked on 8/26/2014

How much should it cost to have sliding drawers installed?

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Depends - as I always say - a lot on your specific situation, a lot on the carpenter or cabinet maker doing the job, somewhat on what specific hardware you want to use.


If replacing existing drawers with same-sized, then maybe $25-40 each labor, plus the cost of the drawer if both drawer and hardware is new - so maybe around $100 each if doing a number of them. Ditto if under-hanging drawers on a countertop or desk or such, or installing rollout shelves in lieu of existing flat shelves, though the hardware and shelf itself can run $100-150, so you get up to $200 range for door-width cabinet rollouts.


If cutting new drawers through a finished face hollow shell cabinet like a kitchen or bathroom cabinet, I would be expecting in excess of $150-200 each drawer as there is a lot of tight work to be done and you have to work carefully to avoid marring the surface finish, so I can see well over an hour per drawer on the average. This assumes there is no framing where the drawer is going that has to be replaced.


If putting in by taking away height from a door, then easily $200 per on up, because you have to resize the door, put in new frame piece between door and drawer, then install drawer.

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