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Question DetailsAsked on 12/5/2014

What would labor be to change bathroom sink and faucet it's a small vanity sink, sink only was damaged

Bathroom is only about a yr old just remodeled something fell in bottom of sink causing a hole.
It's a 2nd floor bathroom.

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Sink could run from $40 for box store cheapo to $100-200 range for normal drop-ins, on up for fancy ones, under- or wall-mounts, etc. If you (or your plumber/handyman) gets one that will take the existing faucet arrangement (right number of holes and hole spacing), that would save $80-400 for a new faucet.


Labor and odd parts for the changeout probably $100-200 range except in highest cost urban areas - maybe another $50 or so if he is also picking up a sink to fit based on your color/ preference, which if you have never done this yourself is probably safer than getting one yourself, because of risk of faucet not fitting or sink not fitting cutout in countertop.


If you are lucky, you kept the labels from boxes for installed items and can get another identical sink, if still in production. If you contact the remodel contractor, he may have that order info in his files and could get another and do the swapout for you as well.


Note - if an undermount sink, if it is glued to the countertop with epoxy 9rather than clamps and caulk) may require additional $100 or so for plumber for second visit after the sink is replaced, plus $150-250 for countertop installer to remove the old one and put in the new one - because most plumbers will not mess with undermounts that are glued on due to the risk of damaging the countertop.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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