How Much Should it Cost to Replace a Spa Railing?

Spa Railing
Before
Replace Spa Railing
After

This railing for the spa steps was built by a handyman but the clients aren’t happy with it.  They want something more attractive and more stable.  Redwood is the preferred material. When this job was completed in 2007 the total invoice was $485.

Low estimate for materials and labor:

  • Misc hardware, nails and screws
  • Redwood materials
  • Labor 5 hours


High estimate
for materials and labor:

  • Misc hardware, nails and screws
  • Redwood materials
  • Labor 7 hours

If you are a contractor or a handyman, how much would this job cost in your area?

Low Price: $485

Consensus Price: $550

High Price: $550

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