A vanity countertop is a quick and simple solution to give your bathroom a new design and useful surface. It might be time to repair the vanity countertop if it is damaged or if you simply want to update your bathroom. The normal price range for removing an old vanity top and replacing it with a new one is $400 to $4,300. The countertop’s size and material will determine the final cost.
Cost breakdown for replacing a bathroom countertop
Bathroom vanity top replacement ranges from $400 to $4,300, or roughly $2,300 on average. Here is a list of the aspects that contributed to the final price, such as countertop specs and the cost of expert installation.
The vanity countertop’s size
The biggest factor influencing the cost to replace a vanity countertop may be the size of the countertop material. Larger vanity tops could also require more time to disassemble, particularly if the countertop is constructed of a weighty material like concrete or stone.
Expect to spend between $100 and $2,100 for a single-sink countertop and between $550 and $2,200 for a double-sink countertop to be installed.
Two designs of the new vanity countertop are available: pre-made and custom-built. Vanities that are already assembled can be bought from a supplier or hardware store and usually come in conventional sizes. Custom manufactured bathroom fixtures might be a better fit if you have a peculiarly shaped bathroom or have a specific design in mind.
$100 to $2,600 for ready-made vanities
$500 to $2,800 for custom countertops
A new bathroom vanity countertop might cost anywhere between $400 to $4,300. Your choice of countertop material will affect the cost. The following list of common material types and their typical price range includes:
Cost by Material Type
From $5 to $15 per square foot, granite tile
$40 to $60 for every square foot.
$75 per square foot for quartz
65 cents per square foot
$65 to $135 per square foot for concrete
$40 to $65 per square foot for corian.
$75 to $120 per square foot on average
$55 per square foot for laminate
Ceramic or porcelain tile
7 to 19 cents per square foot
Putting in a new vanity
A bathroom vanity installation typically costs between $300 and $3,800. The size and design of the vanity will determine the final cost. For instance, a straightforward, ready-made vanity will probably cost around $415, but a personalized vanity may cost closer to $4,000 instead.
The majority of contractors get their countertops from a fabricator. They can either do it themselves on-site or have the fabricator cut the item to size. For more information, speak to the installer of countertops in your area.
An old vanity countertop can be taken out for between $115 and $500, disposal included. Depending on the size, the quantity of sinks, and the material, installing a new bathroom vanity top can cost anywhere between $200 and $1,000, or on average between $100 and $150 per hour.
Connecting the bathroom sink and faucet is required to finish installing your new vanity countertop. Expect to pay a plumber between $45 and $200 per hour to complete this task. But without a licensed plumber, certain countertop specialists or a handyman might be able to complete the hookup.