Thursday 29 December 2022
Including labour, the average cost of installing a new sink is €400, but the rates vary between €216 and €592. From low to high, the cost can range from €100 to €1,100 or more. Project prices depend on the type of sink and the amount of labour required.
With labour, a new sink costs on average €400, but the cost can be as much as €2,000 depending on the style.
Installation costs, including fixtures and labour, also vary depending on the style of sink, the complexity of the work and the contractor. Undermount and farmhouse kitchen sinks usually cost the most; a drop-in, self-trimming or bar style costs the least.
Most homeowners spend between €220 and €560 to have a sink added or replaced. Expect to pay somewhere between €30 and €130 to remove your existing sink.
Installing a new bathroom sink will cost between €450 and €700 . If your sink is fine but your tap needs replacing, the cost of a new tap installation is around €250 . Check with a plumber in your area to see what they recommend; it could just save you a few hundred euros.
Replacing a bathroom sink (and installing a new one) costs between €480 and €760 on average. Since removing an existing sink requires more labour, it is good to expect more costs:
Existing sink removal: €20- €70
Sink removal: €20-€25
Bathroom sink costs
Without labour, a bathroom sink usually costs between €40 and €300, but can cost up to €2500 or more. On average, homeowners pay around €190 for a sink, but prices depend on the material and style of sink you choose.