Re: Project Quote Question
Also, buying a sink and faucet is not all that is entailed with installing a sink, you've got strainer baskets, garbage disposals, dishwasher hook-up, trap and drain connections to the wall, etc. While the sink and faucet are the biggest part of the parts bill, the incidentals add up quite quickly as well.
Originally Posted by johnjh2o
Lastly, this example is for a sink, but is appropriate to quite a few different parts of a remodel, as MLB and Houston have pointed out.
So, to answer your question, yes, you can get a "labor only" price to install something you purchase, but that item may need incidentals that will be added to the "materials" side of the bid as well.
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