1 February, 2014

Service Plumber

I am taking a poll for personal research- How long did it take you to replace your kitchen faucet? I would like all the gory details if it was a major pain and I would also like to know how quickly it might be done if you are a professional or you hired a plumber to do it for you. If you hired someone, what was the cost of the service? Was it simple or hard, require multiple trips to the hardware store? If you are a service plumber, do you have back problems after a certain number of years lying under sinks? Thanks in adavance for your feedback. Do you know what I found? About a hour, That was removing the old sink faucet which took the most time and putting in the new one with the" no tools" connectors and flex lines .

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  1. Rachel Johnson550 January 28, 2014 at 3:16 am #
    I am a general contractor if you have the right tools it could take 15 min. If your using channel lock pliers 45min
  2. Alex Terrence January 28, 2014 at 5:28 am #
    Lots of things come into play here. . . You've faucets that have a single hole any have 3 holes to fill and are you counting on soap pumps or separate spray handles. . . The average to remove an old setup and put in new would be about 30 minutes. . .