How long should it take to replace washing machine shutoff valve
The old shutoff valves for my washing machine are no longer closing and need to be replaced. The setup is just slightly too far apart for one of dual shut off valves to be installed, so I would need to have individual shut off valves. The vertical pipes to prevent water hammer are above the current shutoff valves. The house is vintage 1938 and my best guess is that the current valves were added in the 50's at the latest.
My local Angie's list has a $90 for one hours worth of plumbing offer. While I would prefer a price by the job, based on the work needed does it appear to be a good deal?