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Question DetailsAsked on 8/8/2012

What is an average cost for replacing a kitchen faucet? I am concerned that I just dramatically overpaid for a service.

Granite countertop, one handle pullout spray faucet, located in New York City

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In Omaha labor would run you approx $100. A Kohler faucet might run you $175 to $250. Other brands usually less

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Answered 7 years ago by jccasper

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I paid $100 in Tampa FL.

Answered 4 years ago by penidana

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One thought on this one - late for the questioner I know, but might be useful to others seeing this question:


The prior answers covered the normal installation cost - but if new holes have to be drilled in the sink or a countertop, your labor (and incidental materials) cost can easily go up $100-300 to drill the new holes. Sometimes as many as 9 holes (yeah, looks pretty ugly with all of them in one installation) are needed for hot and cold water supply tubes (2 separate holes with some designs), spray faucet supply tube from faucet, spray faucet hose "home", pneumatic switch for garbage disposal, dishwasher air breaker, pressurized liquid soap dispenser, purified/reverse osmosis water dispenser, hot water on demand) to match the tubing runs for a new faucet with accessories - so it is VERY important to make sure (on a replacement) that the tubing for the new faucet and spray faucet, etc matches the existing holes in the countertop to keep your cost down.


Also - you said in NYC - in a few of the priciest cities (NYC, beantown, frisco, fancier NYC/Boston/DC/LA suburbs, etc) plumber prices have been edging from the more normal $100-150 range up into the $200's per hour and same for minimum service call - so that may have affected your total cost.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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