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How Much Does an Electrician Charge to Replace an Outlet?

Hiring an electrician to install a new 120-volt outlet should cost about $145.32.

Although prices can vary, most people can expect to spend $135.91 to $154.73 on this type of project.
Updated: 01/10/2017
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As you can imagine, prices do vary significantly throughout the country. Electricians in New York City have to charge higher rates than those living and working in Oklahoma City or Boise, ID. To help you understand how prices fluctuate, we have collected data from electricians throughout the country. You can see for yourself in the table below.

Outlet Replacement Cost Estimates
Charlotte, NC$121.16 - $137.94 per outlet
Chicago, IL$151.97 - $173.01 per outlet
Columbus, OH$119.60 - $136.16 per outlet
Denver, CO$133.12 - $151.55 per outlet
Houston, TX$119.86 - $136.46 per outlet
Indianapolis, IN$113.36 - $129.06 per outlet
Jacksonville, FL$120.77 - $137.49 per outlet
Los Angeles, CA$177.58 - $202.17 per outlet
New York, NY$281.71 - $320.72 per outlet
Oklahoma City, OK$119.21 - $135.72 per outlet
Philadelphia, PA$164.45 - $187.22 per outlet
Phoenix, AZ$130.91 - $149.04 per outlet
San Francisco, CA$213.20 - $242.72 per outlet
Seattle, WA$157.82 - $179.67 per outlet
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