Installing a new kitchen faucet means removing the existing faucet, replacing the interior components and making sure the new faucet works properly. The cost of replacing a kitchen faucet includes parts and labor.
According to Home Wyse, labor costs for installing a faucet can run from around $60 to $175. Professional installers should provide a cost estimate before beginning work.
Cost Helper estimates the price of a new kitchen faucet at $25 on the low end and up to $600 for a more elaborate model.
Save money by doing the replacement job yourself. It takes less than 15 minutes to remove the old faucet and install the new one.
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