Re: faucet rplacement cost
Posted by e-plumber on March 17, 2004 at 18:09:45:
In response to Re: faucet rplacement cost
: I recently bought a new bathroom (wide spread)faucet and initially began removing my old faucet. I gave up after I removed both hot and cold fixtures but was unable to remove the main spout. I hired a plumber who charged me $440.96 to finish the replacement. Did I get ripped off? Is that the going rate? He spent just under two hours to complete the job. Any response is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Reply:
Were you charged labor and material (less the faucet) or was it a flat rate price?
I charge by the hour plus material used, valves, supply lines, etc.
My bill wouldn't have been that much although I have heard of some city shops that do charge close to that or more for the same job. It really depends on locality.
e-plumber


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