- Posted by ACE Home Services
- On April 14, 2017
- ACE HomeServices, Dishwasher, Maintenance, Plumber, Plumbing
If your dishwasher breaks, and you have already purchased a new one, you will need help installing it. Unless you feel totally comfortable installing appliances yourself, you shouldn’t try to install your own dishwasher. Your best bet is a professional plumber who is experienced with dishwashers. Even a certified repairman can assist with appliance installations. However, if your water supply or drain requires additional work, you may want specifically work with a plumber.
What You Can Expect to Pay
Outside of the cost of the dishwasher itself, there are a few things to consider when estimating how much the total installation will cost. For example, if you buy a used dishwasher then it may require a new connection kit. Connection kits cost about $20. The labor to replace them can be anywhere from $75-$125. Some companies may charge $25-$50 to take the old dishwasher away. Also, the fee for the plumber or repairman can vary by hour or company policy. Overall, you can expect to pay up to a couple hundred dollars for the installation. If the plumber discovers that the job needs more electrical or plumbing work, then you can expect to pay a lot more.
Call the Best!
ACE Home Services offers superior plumbing services at quality prices. We have been servicing our friends in Arizona for over 20 years, and provide effective and honest service. Contact us today by calling (602) 483 6492; we’re available during normal hours for a service call!