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Question DetailsAsked on 10/13/2013

how much should bathroom vanity instal labor cost

install vanity

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Go to great site for all home repairs costs

Answered 6 years ago by mikehs


For install only, assuming the sink fits correctly in the vanity and that the center of the sink is close to where it was originally (so plumbing all fits), about $150-300 probably. That would include installing a short laminate countertop assuming the walls are pretty straight, but NOT stone.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


Be careful using homewyse for estimating - do not believe it without comparative pricing. I used to cross-check with it to verify my estimate was in the ballpark for responses here, but some of the numbers are WAY out of whack. Some appear to be materials cost only for isntalled cost numbers, some appear to give the hourly labor rate as the total labor cost, some are way out in left field for no obvious reason. Like if you check the price for a bathtub replacement it says around 600-900 - that MIGHT work for simple in-situ replacement of a cheap untrimmed free-standing tub, but your normal tear out and replacement tub, including plumbing and tile or surround work, is going to be several times that. They also have had painting at $0.10-0.20/SF in the past on several types of work - so beware.

It is not just that site - HomeAdvisor and others have similar problems at times, so you should always do your own takeopffs and pricing for rough estimates and rough budgeting, and of course get actual bids for work you actually are ready to go into or are getting financing for.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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