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How much will a plumber charge to install taps?

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I just want my old taps replaced with new ones, which ive already bought. Any ideas of the price id get charged on average? heres the taps. http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Sear…
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
I just want my old taps replaced with new ones, which ive already bought. Any ideas of the price id get charged on average?

heres the taps. http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=20001&catalogId=1500000701&langId=-1&searchTerms=beta+classic
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I Would Say No More Than £60
#2
same tap's in Macro £25
fitting should be no more than £50
#3
There was a tap on my front door this morning.... funny sense of humour my plumber has...
#4
You should DIY mate - its really easy.
#5
moob
You should DIY mate - its really easy.


agreed.

just need to shut your water off and d.i.y

if you got tools of course
#6
tried and failed, been quoted £40 coming tomorrow to do it, lol. Its really tight under the bath, theres not very much room to reach the hot tap.
#7
generaloneill
tried and failed, been quoted £40 coming tomorrow to do it, lol. Its really tight under the bath, theres not very much room to reach the hot tap.


Ahh, I know what you mean - you need to be a contortionist to reach those sometimes!

40 is a fair price mate, good luck.:thumbsup:
#8
Do it yourself.

1) shut off your mains water (stop cock)

2) remove old taps

3) fit new taps

4) turn water back on

Spend saved money down the pub :)
#9
kjbenja
Do it yourself.

1) shut off your mains water (stop cock)

2) remove old taps

3) fit new taps

4) turn water back on

Spend saved money down the pub :)


Easier said than done with bath taps.
#10
thesaint
Easier said than done with bath taps.


Agreed, they tend to be a complete and utter *******.

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