Cost to Replace a Bathroom Vanity

Cost to Replace a Bathroom Vanity

What's the cost to replace a vanity? A contractor charges $1,203 to install a 36-inch bathroom vanity which includes the cabinet, sink, countertop and faucet. The DIY cost is $550. Adjust the home improvement and repair cost with your ZIP Code.

National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
Hours Pro 6.7 Diy 11.5
Money Pro $1203 Diy $550
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 Cost to Replace a Bathroom Vanity

Cost to Replace a Bathroom Vanity

What's the cost to replace a vanity? A contractor charges $1,203 to install a 36-inch bathroom vanity which includes the cabinet, sink, countertop and faucet. The DIY cost is $550. Adjust the home improvement and repair cost with your ZIP Code.

National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
Hours Pro 6.7 Diy 11.5
Money Pro $1203 Diy $550
Click to Adjust Cost to Your ZIP Code.
 Cost to Replace a Bathroom Vanity

Cost to Replace a Bathroom Vanity

What's the cost to replace a vanity? A contractor charges $1,203 to install a 36-inch bathroom vanity which includes the cabinet, sink, countertop and faucet. The DIY cost is $550. Adjust the home improvement and repair cost with your ZIP Code.

National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
Hours Pro 6.7 Diy 11.5
Money Pro $1203 Diy $550
Click to Adjust Cost to Your ZIP Code.
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The main focus of many bathrooms is the vanity, usually the largest piece of furniture, so replacing it with a new, improved version goes a long way to change the look of the room. Walk into any bathroom showroom or home center and you’ll find a staggering variety of vanity styles, which usually include the cabinet, sink, countertop and faucet. You can pick and choose the individual elements or buy one that is fully assembled and ready to install.

Here's the numbers: To install a bathroom vanity a contractor will charge $1,203, which includes removing an old vanity and replacing it with a good quality 36-inch wide unit. This includes the cabinet, sink, countertop, faucet and the labor to install it. You can buy one for $550 and install it yourself and save 50 percent. That’s assuming you have carpentry and plumbing skills and tools to do the job. Enter your ZIP Code to adjust the cost to where you live.

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You won' have to redecorate the walls if you choose a new vanity that is the same size or larger than the old one. But if it's smaller, count on redecorating because the wall and floor will be exposed.

If you plan to redecorate the walls and floor, the job is more complicated and expensive; however, if you’re replacing just the vanity cabinet, take care when removing it so that you don't damage the walls. The project involves fastening the cabinet to the wall, then securing the countertop and sink to the cabinet and wall, and, finally, hooking up the faucet.

Bathroom vanities are typically 31-1/4-inches high, which is too low for some folks who feel they have to stoop down to use it. One solution is to buy a base kitchen cabinet, usually 34-1/2 inches high, and install it in the bathroom.

Wayfair has this advice about How to Choose a Bathroom Vanity.

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Wrapping up, given the average cost to replace a bathroom vanity you can compare the price of a contractor’s bid with doing it yourself. For a local cost input your ZIP Code.

Improvement and Repair Cost Updated 2019

The cost and time data is generated by averaging labor and material data from annually updated cost books used by contractors and refined by the authors' experience remodeling 13 houses. They are authors of 20 home improvement books and Do It Yourself or Not, a weekly column syndicated by Tribune Content Agency. The national cost can be adjusted by ZIP Code.


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