Sink. Sunday , July 23rd , 2017 - 07:28:18 AM
Lets start with noting that most no-touch faucets require only one hole in the sink, which means that you should deal with this first. The problem comes from the fact that most sinks originally come with two or three pre-bored holes. So if you are planning to reconstruct you old sink and turn it into a modern one with а touchless faucet, you will probably have to replace the sink basin before even moving to the faucet.
With a pedestal wash basin, a common dodge is to cross the supply pipes over behind the pedestal - the pipes stay relatively well hidden, and there are not too many tight bends in the pipes.
After buying your new vanity, prepare the necessary tools required. Basically, they are adjustable wrenches, pry bar, utility knife, power drill, caulking gun, slip joint pliers, measuring tape, carpenter's level drywall screws, shims, hole saws and stud finder. If unsure or lacking any tools, visit your nearest hardware store and they can advise you. For personal safety, be equipped with safety goggles and face masks. Now, it is time to remove the old vanity.
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