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.
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.
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.
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.
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