In almost every instance, the homeowner has chosen the new faucet and has it on hand. Labor rates for the replacement will vary depending on the type of faucet and whether or not it fits, and the conditions under the sink (easy access, lack of rust in the plumbing).
Most faucet replacements can be done by a handyman and don’t require the journeyman plumber. However, because you’re dealing with water, you should always double check for leaks within the first 24-48 hours.
Submitted by: thunder – Budget: $200.00 Bolingbrook, IL USA – Monday, April 26, 2010
I would need to replace 4 faucets in my home. Two in bathrooms one in the kitchen and one in a powder room. I have the faucets but would need the old ones removed and the new ones installed.
Submitted by: star rider Macungie, PA USA – Thursday, August 26, 2010
Just a simple new faucet install for a pedestal sink. Of course this would include removing the old faucet.
Low estimate for labor to replace a single faucet:
- Labor 1 hour
High estimate for labor to replace a single faucet:
- Labor 1.5 hours
Replace bathroom sink faucet
Submitted by: RMower Rancho Santa Fe, CA USA – Saturday, July 28, 2012
Existing bathroom sink is ok but want to update the faucet w- new one 4 inch centers–which I just bought at Dixieline. Current old plumbing should have used a flexible P-trap but didn’t– so the current drain pipe is sort of slanted over to connect.
If you are a contractor or a handyman, how much would this job cost in your area?
Low Price: $150
Consensus Price: $150
High Price: $150