Jul 04, 2018 5:37 pm
So our builder has given us a price of $600 for the installation of an under-mount sink into a stone bench-top (he said this includes polishing the stone etc.)
Does this sound like a fair price? For some reason I wasn't expecting it be that much... more around the $300-$400 mark?
Re: Undermount Sink - Installation costs?2
Jul 15, 2018 11:20 pm
My builder charges $1000 which includes the sink upgrade and stone polishing
I ended up doing my own stone and sink post handover because it was ridiculously overpriced. I think our stonemason charged about $200 for the polishing and I just gave them the sink I bought
Re: Undermount Sink - Installation costs?3
Jul 19, 2018 2:19 pm
I love how its a builder price.
My stone mason charges an extra $250 for an undermount bowl cut and polish. Anything much more than that and the builder is taking the p*&s big time!
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