Average Labour Cost/Price to Fit/Replace a Shower Pump (Twin Impeller)





To clarify the following prices it is recommended that you read the article in the INFORMATION box below the PRICES…


(These prices are based on a tradesman’s rate of £150.00 per day and a labourer if required at £100.00 per day. This includes the cost of buying and collecting any materials, dumping any waste if necessary and any incidental materials they will need. The minimum price will usually be for a half day)



How Much Does It Cost To Fit a Shower Pump?

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This price is based on a plumbers rate of £200 per day It includes the cost of buying and collecting any materials, dumping any waste if necessary and any
incidental materials he will need.

(The minimum price will usually be for a half day)


Job 1
To replace an existing pump…..half a day £120.00

Plus the price of the pump - £100.00 - £400.00







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A Price Guide and Information Sheet on Installing Fitting a Shower Pump



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I’m going to be very specific and only relate to pump fitting here, the assumption being that you are replacing a defunct or inadequate one.

We also assume you have a pump because your shower isn’t of the “mains pressure” variety. Showers on mains pressure don’t usually need pumping as well!

We have several other “costed” articles relevant to all the other aspects of showers. There is also an article, which amalgamates all these and costs out installing
complete shower assemblies.

Your plumber will tell you if you need a normal pump or a negative head one. Normal is where your
water supply tank is higher than the shower head, negative head is where the shower is above the water tank, (Possibly in an attic conversion but the tank is on the floor, the shower head up in the air).

Negative head pumps cost about £125 more than normal ones.

Make sure you get the right shower pressure, so try and work out how much power you want. Power is measured in “bars”. “Bar” stands for barometric pressure. Barometric pressure is 14 pounds per square inch. Your cold water pressure is probably about 1.5 bar, if that sort of power is ok for you then your pump will cost about £300 to buy. If you want a humdinger of a shower, a 3.3 bar pump will cost about £475.




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