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    How much will a plumber charge to install taps?

    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. homebase.co.uk/web…sic

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    I Would Say No More Than £60

    same tap's in Macro £25
    fitting should be no more than £50

    There was a tap on my front door this morning.... funny sense of humour my plumber has...

    You should DIY mate - its really easy.

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    moob;5392384

    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

    Original Poster

    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.

    generaloneill;5392518

    tried and failed, been quoted £40 coming tomorrow to do it, lol. Its … 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:

    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

    kjbenja;5394194

    Do it yourself.1) shut off your mains water (stop cock)2) remove old … Do it yourself.1) shut off your mains water (stop cock)2) remove old taps3) fit new taps4) turn water back onSpend saved money down the pub



    Easier said than done with bath taps.

    thesaint;5394311

    Easier said than done with bath taps.



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