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Old 07-31-2012, 07:25 AM   #1
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looking to get a idea of what it could cost to replace the stack in my bathroom

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Call some local plumbers to come take a look at the job, then you will know.
No one here is even going to be able to guess without being there.

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Even with extensive pictures, it would be really difficult. Sorry.
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OK Thank you much for response , I do plan to have a Plumber come out for the Estimate , however just wanted to get a General idea of what it could start from or range of ....just so Im not going in blind and possibly
being over charged . For example someone in need of a new washer on a Faucet , should not be that expensive or to plunge a toilet , I would consider both small job's with less chance of complications , where as a replacement of the stack appears to be a bigger and more extensive .
Thank you in Advance for all you advice/responses .
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I just wanted to add that we NORMALLY do not plunge toilets.

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Thanks Journeyman ! just what I was looking to do , give you a good laugh ....

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