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    Default How much would a plumber charge to install a kitchen sink mixer (taps)?

    Maybe someone with a plumber hubby can answer this? Or someone who has had this done? If I purchase a sink mixer for the kitchen, how much would a plumber charge to install it?

    I could ring around but thought I'd try here first to save myself a few phone calls.

    Ta!

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    This is the type of thing I mean:
    SINK MIXER

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    My kitchen tap cost $110 to install, though I am in Perth.
    Worth the money (I think) since without it the warranty is void.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cellador View Post
    My kitchen tap cost $110 to install, though I am in Perth.
    Worth the money (I think) since without it the warranty is void.
    Thanks. Probably similar here. I work in real estate and could possibly ask for mates rates with the plumber my office uses, will give him a call.

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    DHs work charges $138 with the mixer supplied. He says they are epensive though, his old boss was about $90 so look around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Maybe someone with a plumber hubby can answer this? Or someone who has had this done? If I purchase a best decorative pedestal sink mixer for the kitchen, how much would a plumber charge to install it?

    I could ring around but thought I'd try here first to save myself a few phone calls.

    Ta!
    Hello,
    I am from Camden and here the service charge of a plumber is around $100.

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    This thread is from 2011, will close as I'm sure the OP has it sorted.


 

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