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Old 10-31-2009, 12:59 PM   #1
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Need ballpark price quote for some basic plumbing work...


I need some very basic plumbing work done for a 3rd floor bathroom addition. If you could PLEASE help me determine a ballpark figure of what it would cost for this kind of work so I know what price it should be before I get quotes.

Pic #1: Supply and drain (vented) are roughed in. I just need them to be brought up to the new wall that was framed in (The height of the back wall was 5', so I brought it out 16" so the wall is now 78" high)

Pic #2: Supply and drain (vented) roughed in for neo-angle shower. I need the supplies brought up through the wall and connected to a valve and then up to the shower head. Plus I need the drain pipe brought over with p-trap.

I would like to think that this should cost no more than $250 total. I considered doing the work myself, but I would have to purchase some of the common tools and i don't know if i will EVER use the tools again.

Thank you for your time and help!
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Old 10-31-2009, 03:03 PM   #2
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Need ballpark price quote for some basic plumbing work...


This site is geared towards DIY, not cost estimates
Costs vary widely by area
Get several local estimates & check references
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