In addition to being aesthetically unappealing, cracks can cause water to leak from your sink, which can lead to annoying messes and water damage.
While low water pressure may indicate another plumbing issue, it can also mean your sink is nearing the end of its life.
Rust causes corrosion, which will cause your sink to spring leaks.
Once we diagnose your plumbing issue, you'll get a price to fix your sink before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
Stainless steel and composite sinks tend to be the least expensive, while quartz or solid surface sinks tend to be more expensive.
Bigger sinks are usually more expensive than smaller sinks.
Sinks with special features like touchless faucets, scratch protection surfaces or sound absorption pads will generally be more expensive.
If the plumber needs to update your plumbing or make significant alterations to install your new sink, the cost will be greater. Examples of plumbing alterations include adding a drain line, moving your garbage disposal or repositioning a drain line.
Note: We do not modify countertops or install undermount sinks.
Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.
Once we arrive at your home, you tell us where you want the new sink installed. We'll give you options on replacement sinks based on your style preferences. We'll also give you upfront prices on the cost to install each sink option.
We'll remove the old sink and install the new one. Most sink installations take about 1 hour to complete.
After installing your new sink, we'll make sure you have an opportunity to speak with us about how the job went. Our first priority is your comfort and satisfaction. So, if any part of the job didn't exceed your standards, just let us know and we’ll make it right.