National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
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The average price to Install a Pull-out Bath Faucet noted above is cost data to compare a contractor’s estimate with doing it yourself.
How much does it cost to install a pull-out bath faucet? The average cost to install a pull-out bath faucet yourself is $160 compared with $275, which a plumber will charge.
If the bathroom sink in your house gets a workout, consider replacing the existing faucet with the convenience of a pull-out sink faucet. We all know the many uses of a pull-out faucet in the kitchen; now there’s one designed for the bathroom, making the task of washing a child’s hair much easier and enjoyable.
And for clean-up purposes, the flexible pull-out spray spout extends up to 24-inches, making scrubbing away dried soap and shaving cream and toothpaste build-up that much easier. So for washing, rinsing, and cleaning, the faucet is a good choice.
A plumber will charge $275, which includes labor and material, to remove an old bathroom sink faucet and replace it with an OutReach pull-out faucet by American Standard. The faucet is available in a choice of polished chrome or satin nickel finish and is Water Sense approved.
If you have plumbing experience and tools, you can make the swap for $160 and save 42 percent. The faucet is pre-assembled, so it’s designed for easy installation. For tools, you’ll need a screwdriver, adjustable wrench and channel locks.
Click here to see Lowe’s Bathroom Faucet Buying Guide.
Wrapping up, given the average cost to install a pull-out bath faucet you can compare the price of a contractor’s bid with doing it yourself.
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