Cost to Move Kitchen Plumbing About 20ft.

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Posted by: from Aurora
4/11/2019 at 3:40:07 PM

Cost to move kitchen plumbing about 20ft. Basement unfinished. New kitchen plumbing will be within kitchen island next to interior wall.

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Date/Time4/11/2019 at 5:26:14 PM

Hi Blake,

Moving kitchen plumbing to another location could involve many tasks... it could be as simple as doing it from the basement or sometimes cut drywall or even remove flooring...

To guess how much it will cost will be hard a specially for plumbing. However, if there is an easy access and small pipes, the worse case scenario will be 4-5 k best case 1-2 k.

Hope this answer will help you.

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Date/Time4/11/2019 at 5:37:40 PM

Hello there

This email is to answer you question about moving the plumbing.

If the plumbing is in the same wall in which it has to be moved 20 feet,then the cost would be about $500 but if there is offsets and/or obstacles that the pipe has to be moved around then the price would surely go up. Thank you for your time.


Owner/Operator of Advanced Plumbing & Heating

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Jordan from JN Renovations in Whitby
Date/Time4/11/2019 at 7:37:41 PM

For something like this we would have to come and take a look. If there is an existing stack close to the new location. Are you going to be breaking concrete or looking to have that done as well. Also would have to check venting, etc.. I would say roughly 2500-4000 hope this helps

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Date/Time4/11/2019 at 11:09:40 PM

Hi Blake,

The toughest part which could run up the cost is venting! With an unfinished / exposed basement ceiling, it is definitely easier.

Also depends on how many water lines are tied into the run to the existing area....

Costs vary province to province but around $3000.

Best of luck.

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Alex in Toronto
Date/Time4/12/2019 at 8:17:08 AM

It's a little difficult to asses without coming to the site and determining if any or how much digging is required.

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Blake in Aurora
Date/Time4/12/2019 at 12:38:39 PM

Seems like I'm getting fairly similar "ballpark" estimates. This helps, thanks everyone.

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