You can check my shopping cart and see what we charge.
It can vary depending on the City and State and local economy.
Also, not every business is the same.
When I was building homes, I wouldn't let the cheap guys touch my house.
There was too much at stake. I had one painting bid that was so low, that there was no way he was going to be allowed to touch all the raw woodwork and cabinets.
I would guess something like what I charge plus $50 on the flange, but then I'm not there.
The Guinevere is pretty heavy. About 110 pounds. For many, it's a two man job. My son and I were over 200.
Now I'm 176.5, so it will be interesting how much I will be able to lift when they let me.
I was told to not lift over 15 pounds for the first month or so.
I used to fling around 100 pounds.
Here are some pictures of a Guinevere installation. They are one of my favorite toilets. I like the Unifit adapter. If you ever need to pull the bowl and paint behind, you can lift up the bowl without disturbing the wax seal, paint, and then drop the bowl down again.
Make sure the contractor has 1/4" drill bits for masonry. We carry a small roto hammer with us.
Ready to drill the floor and set the Unifit with a wax seal.
hj lives in the Phoenix area, maybe you can give him a call. hj's page