Cost to Install a Three Light Bath Bar

Cost to Install a Three Light Bath Bar

How much does it cost to install a bath light bar? The contractor cost to install a three light bath bar is $135 vs. doing it yourself for $78 and saving 42 percent. Enter your ZIP Code to adjust the cost.

National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
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Money Pro $135 DIY $78
Per Unit Cost
Per Unit Cost $135 Total Cost

By Gene and Katie Hamilton

Who knew replacing an ordinary bathroom light fixture could involve so many choices? If you take a walk through the lighting section of any home or bath center, you'll see an array of bath light bars for over a vanity, all designed to enhance and improve your bathroom and its lighting. We found styles that complement any décor, from sleek contemporary chrome to textured rust and iron scrollwork finishes with clear glass, frosted, alabaster and Tuscan-like shades. Three-light bars, ranging from 22 to 36 inches wide, are a popular choice because they fit nicely over a typical single sink vanity cabinet.

To remove an old bar fixture and replace it with a new, quality 28-inch wide 3-light bath bar, an electrician will charge $135, which includes labor and material. You can buy the new fixture for $78 and make the swap yourself, pocketing a 42 percent saving.

If the base of the old bar is larger than the new one, the new fixture won't be covered. In that case you'll probably have to fill in around the hole and repair the wall. That translates to repainting or wallpapering before the new fixture is installed. To avoid that extra work, choose a new light bar that is the same height and width of the old one.

Looking for an Electrician to do the job? Click here to get to Home Advisor and it will open in a new tab and you’ll have to answer some basic questions about your job followed by Electrician in your area.

Watch this Home Depot video about How to Install a Bath Vanity Light.

The average price to install a three light bath bar noted above is cost data to compare a contractor’s estimate with doing it yourself. Tweak the data by adding your ZIP Code to find a local cost.

Improvement and Repair Cost Updated 2020

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