How much does it cost to replace a radiator?
Answered by BPH - Blakemore Plumbing And Heating
8th February 2020
BPH - Blakemore Plumbing And Heating answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a radiator?"
Prices vary vastly depending on what is needed. Is the radiator a straight swap, like for like for a small/medium sized radiator you would be probably looking at around £75-£100 labour for this, obviously if it’s a very large radiator it may require an extra set of hands so the labour charge will increase. It may be a straight swap but is an old imperial sized radiator so extensions may be needed so you would be looking at around £90-£115 for a small/medium sized rad. It may be that you need new valves fitting as well so this would increase the price and you would be looking at around £130-160 labour plus materials. It maybe that you need the radiator moving or repiping, these jobs would need to be looked at the quote as you don’t know how much work is involved. Prices will vary company to company and area to area. Always get 2/3 quotes to compare and don’t always go for the cheapest.
Answered by Brendan Ballard Plumbing & Heating Services
4th February 2020
Brendan Ballard Plumbing & Heating Services answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a radiator?"
The cost to replace a radiator has several factors. What size radiator are you having and does the pipe work need altering. Let’s use a 600 x 600 type 21 as an example. They average at £40 plus vat. Followed by 2-4 hours labour averaging £ 200 plus vat. Plus any materials used. So really a replacement radiator can vary from £200 to £500.