Cost to Install a LED Night Light Receptacle

Cost to Install a LED Night Light Receptacle

How much is a LED night light receptacle? An electrical contractor charges $110 to install a LED night light receptacle vs. doing it yourself for $18. Enter your ZIP Code and adjust the cost.

National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
Diy Logo Hours Pro 0.5 DIY 1.0
Money Pro $110 DIY $18
Per Unit Cost
Per Unit Cost $110 Total Cost

By Gene and Katie Hamilton

Combining an electrical receptacle with a LED (light emitting diode) night light seems like an idea long overdue. The night light element is controlled by a photo sensor that turns on in the dark and off in daylight. The device we installed is manufactured by Cooper Wiring and replaced a two-prong outlet in a hallway where a standard plug-in night light took up the chore for years. The new device doesn’t have to be turned on at night and off in the morning because it automatically senses when it’s needed.

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An electrician will charge $110 to remove a two-prong receptacle and install a LED night light receptacle, which includes labor and material. Assuming you have experience working with electrical projects and tools, you can buy the device for $18 and replace it. You’ll find the device sold at home centers, electrical suppliers and online.

The bottom line: compare the price of a contractor’s bid to install a LED night light receptacle with what it costs to do it yourself and make your decision. You adjust the cost to where you live by adding your ZIP Code.

Improvement and Repair Cost Updated 2020

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