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Cost to replace bathroom and kitchen faucets

Posted by koalabear (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 3, 12 at 19:04

Hi everyone,

I m getting a new house which is currently under construction.
Unfortunately the standard & the upgrade faucets provided by the builder are too simple and too expensive.
I was wondering if could take everything base or standard and then replace all the faucets in the house by fancy faucets as per my choice by hiring a plumber after we move in.
Would anyone know the average cost to do this and also is it safe and feasible???

Please help!
Thanks :)

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RE: Cost to replace bathroom and kitchen faucets

Sure, you can do it.

Cost depends on where you're located, etc., and whether they are narrow-spread (one-piece) or wide-spread (separate handles and spout). Don't forget they come with a matching drain so that usually gets changed out, too (but doesn't have to be). Rough number: $100-200 each.

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