Installing 48 Inch Bathroom Vanity

48 Inch Bathroom Vanity – Whether you want to replace an existing bathroom vanity or install a vanity in a new home, it’s a challenging do-it-yourself project. Vanity is available in a variety of sizes and colors. If you replace an existing vanity, you need a new one that is similar in size to avoid extra work. Do the work yourself; you can save a significant amount of money.

48 Inch Bathroom Vanity Sink

48 Inch Bathroom Vanity Sink

Instructions

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Turn hot and cold water off at the shut-off valves under zinc by hand. Disconnect the 48 Inch Bathroom Vanity sink trap from the vertical drain pipe by hand. Loosen hot and cold water lines from the partition valves with a standard key. Remove dirt from the entire dish in the sink, using a matt knife. Use a spit to lift the sink away from vanity. Use a screwdriver to loosen the screws that hold vanity in the wall. Cut the base of vanity from water pipes using a tiger saw.

Put the new 48 Inch Bathroom Vanity instead of the old one. If you need to move the water pipes on vanity, turn off the water at the water meter or main shut-off valve. Install new copper water pipes; also install new shut-off valves if needed. You should have a licensed plumber perform this task to ensure proper installation. Screw the base of vanity on the wall with 3-inch screws and a screwdriver.