UK Average Plumbing Prices & Ours

The cost of installing an electric shower will depend on whether it is replacing an existing electric shower or installing an entirely new one. If you are installing a new electric shower, access to both the power and water supplies are important considerations.

Price range: £180 – £255
Average (most common) price: £187

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £150


 

An annoyingly loud drip drop will not only keep you up at night, a dripping tap can waste as much as 95 litres of water per day1, adding substantial amounts to your water bill. If the dripping is also dripping hot water, you will be spending lots of money constantly heating waste water. Fixing the issue sooner rather than later can save substantial amounts of both water and money.

Price range: £75 – £125
Average (most common) price: £100

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £70


If you’ve recently made changes to your kitchen or bathroom, you might need to replace an old tap, or simply move an existing tap to a new location. The cost of installing, repairing or moving a tap can depend on the ease of access to the water supply.

Price range: £130 – £170
Average (most common) price: £100

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £100


Fix Leaky Pipe As well as potentially damaging your walls, wallpaper and other home decorations, a leaking pipe can also lead to issues with your boiler pressure and even affect your central heating system.

Price range: £135 – £178
Average (most common) price: £110 

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A leaking radiator is not only inconvenient, it can lead to damp in the home while consistently running your heating on high to compensate for the lost heat from the radiator can increase your heating bill.

Price range: £125 – £167
Average (most common) price: £135

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £115


A leaking toilet can not only cause damage to the floors, it will also require constant refilling as the cistern tries to maintain sufficient water for flushing. Repairing a leaking toilet can not only save the cost of repairing water damage to the floor (or ceiling of any rooms below) but can also save water.

Average prices

Price range: £120 – £159
Average (most common) price: £130

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £115


Replace a sink

A bathroom or kitchen sink is a heavy duty item which should always be removed and replaced by a qualified professional.

Average prices

Price range: £160 – £240
Average (most common) price: £180

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £150


Replace a toilet

Replacing an entire toilet is a relatively large job and should always be carried out by a professional plumber.

Average prices

Price range: £180 – £290
Average (most common) price: £225

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £200


Install a radiator

The cost of radiator installation will depend on whether it is replacing an existing raditator or installing an entirely new radiator in a new location.

Average prices

Price range: £155 – £259
Average (most common) price: £207

WasteMGT Average Price With No Work Arounds £150

Our Call Out Fee is A Standard £50 before work and £85 After hours depending on employee we sometimes Discount the fee or totally drop it depending on times

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