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St Louis Sink Installers

A1 SERVICE TECHNICIAN

A1 SERVICE TECHNICIAN

1.8 (5)
Providing top notch, affordable and same day service.
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3 Rivers Solid Surface & Remodeling

3 Rivers Solid Surface & Remodeling

5.0 (2)
3 Rivers SSR was founded when two long time employees of River City Granite decided to purchase the company from the previous owner when he decided to retire. We chose to expand into remodeling to offer our clients a one stop shop for all their remodeling needs at the lowest price with the best quality of workmanship. 3 Rivers SSR still provides free In Home Consultations and estimates for potential clients, it takes the confusion out of going to showrooms or warehouses. Our clients are able to view what the stone (granite/quartz) would look like in their home against their cabinets and lighting. It also allows us to give an exact price inste ... View Profile
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Brian The Handyman Service

Brian The Handyman Service

5.0 (1)
Brian the handyman services been serving the st. Louis area for at least 18 years specializing in older homes commercial properties and much more we pride ourselves on making the customer satisfied and happy.
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Right Now Home Services

Right Now Home Services

We are a home service company we offer same day service if needed we provide services for plumbing electric heating cooling and appliance repair. 
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Reeds 24 Hour Plumbing And Drain, LLC

Reeds 24 Hour Plumbing And Drain, LLC

Hire Reeds 24 Hr Plumbing & Drain, LLC for affordable, effective plumbing services. Our team takes pride in providing superior residential and commercial plumbing solutions. We'll inspect your plumbing system to pinpoint the source of any plumbing problems and recommend a repair or replacement solution. If you need a new system installed, we’ll help you choose the right one for your needs.
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Authority Plumbing And Drain

Authority Plumbing And Drain

We are committed to providing you fast, affordable and accurate plumbing services. We have over 18 years of plumbing services, plumbing repair, code correction, sewer repair and drain cleaning experience.   Authority Plumbing and Drain is your local Plumber and Drain cleaning company. One call can handle all your plumbing needs. ... View Profile
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Ofallon Plumbing, Inc.

Ofallon Plumbing, Inc.

We at Ofallon Plumbing have been in business are in our 25th year. I have started this buisness from the ground up. We are a smaller shop, with the ability to give you a family friendly service with an affordable price. I have been an Ofallon resdent for 60 years with family going back four generations. We are deeply rooted in the community. We also strive to keep a top rated reputation to our customers. You will be 100% satisfied with our quality of work. I am involved in many organizations that help people who are in need and have profiles on LikedIn, Facebook and have an A+ Plus rating with the Better Business Bureau. So if you are in need ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to install a sink?

Sink installation costs $330 to $1,300 on average for a bathroom or kitchen. New sink prices are $50 to $750, plus $230 to $650 for replacement labor. Some installations require replacing the plumbing pipes for $100 to $350.


Who installs kitchen or bathroom sinks?

A handyman or plumber installs kitchen and bathroom sinks. Undermount sinks may require a countertop installer to position and secure the sink and a plumber or handyman to connect the plumbing.


How much does a plumber charge to install a sink?

Plumbers charge $230 to $650 for labor to remove the existing sink and install a new sink. The cost to hook up a sink depends on the type and whether the installation includes a faucet or disposal. Installing a pedestal or undermount sink costs $230 to $800 in labor.


How long does it take to install a sink?

Sink installation takes 1 to 8 hours, depending on if it's a new install or replacement. Sink type, shape, weight, and faucet differences also affect the installation time. Replacing a sink with an exact duplicate takes the least amount of time.


Can you install a farmhouse sink on an existing countertop?

Many farmhouse sinks install on an existing countertop by removing the countertop front and upper cabinet face. Most cabinets need reinforcement due to the sink's weight.


How to find bathroom and kitchen sink installers?

Start by searching our list of sink installers, then compare reviews and costs. Next:

  • Get at least three estimates to compare.
  • Look for licensed contractors or plumbers with sink replacement experience.
  • Browse their reviews on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Select companies that are insured, bonded, and have been in business for more than five years.
  • Avoid selecting the lowest quote as quality may suffer.
  • Get a detailed estimate, contract, and warranty in writing before the work begins.
  • Never pay in full before the installation starts. Use a payment plan instead for work completed.

What questions to ask sink installers?

When hiring a plumber, ask them the following questions:

  • What experience do you have installing sinks?
  • Are you licensed, bonded, and insured?
  • Do you have any example photos of your past sink installations?
  • What type of sink do you recommend for a bathroom or kitchen, and why?
  • Will I need to install a new faucet, or can I use my existing faucet?
  • How long does the installation take?
  • What is not included in the installation fee?
  • Do you need a permit to install the sink?
  • What additional costs should I expect?
  • Is there a warranty, and if so, what does it include?
  • How long can I expect the sink to last with regular use?
  • What do you charge for repairs?