National Average Improvement and Repair Cost
Would you do this project? According to our survey, 59% of respondents preferred DIY compared to hiring a pro.
The average price to Replace a Bathroom Fan Motor noted above is cost data to compare a contractor’s estimate with doing it yourself.
How much does it cost to replace a bathroom fan motor? The contractor cost to replace a bathroom fan motor is $265 vs. doing it yourself for $150.
If your bathroom fan is noisy and does a poor job of removing hot air, consider replacing the motor instead of the entire unit. The Fantech Bath Fan Conversion Kit Model BFRK100 is designed for do-it-yourselfers and lets you replace the guts of the unit without tearing the whole thing out.
You use the existing exhaust fan grill and housing, so there’s no ceiling repair work required. And the unit is Energy Star rated, meaning it’s more efficient than your old fan.
An electrician will charge $265 to replace a bathroom fan motor with the conversion kit. This includes labor and material. If you have experience with electrical projects and tools, you can do it yourself for $150, the cost of the kit.
You’ll need these tools to make the switch: electric drill and bits, screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, and razor knife. Don’t forget that with any electrical project you should always turn off the power at the main circuit panel before you begin.
Wrapping up, given the average cost to replace a bathroom fan motor you can compare the price of a contractor’s bid with doing it yourself.