Published at Saturday, October 27th 2018. by Bonita White in Bathroom Vanity.
Bathroom vanity and the vanity sink can give a bathroom a totally different, feel and Lowe's has a huge selection of beautiful and easy to care for vanity tops and vanities in a variety of materials. Colors and finishes, but no matter what the style more than likely you'll be able to do it yourself. You want to start off by making sure you've got all the materials and tools you'll need to get the job done right.
First of all, you'll need a new vanity and a vanity top for tearing out the old sink and vanity you'll need a large adjustable pair of pliers or a slip, nut wrench, a utility knife, a bucket to catch the water from the trap and the supply lines. A hammer and chisel and some safety glasses to install the cabinet you're, going to need a drill with a Phillips head bit. Some three-inch wood screws, a tape measure, a stud finder, a level some wood shims and a pencil for the vanity top you'll need some silicone.
Sealant or a caught with a gun, a new faucet and drain some plumbers, putty and tape, and a sponge or towel. Now, if you're ever in doubt about doing a home-improvement project yourself contact a licensed contractor and always follow the manufacturer's instructions as well as local building codes now, the first thing to do is measure the old vanity top sink. You want to make sure that the one you buy is the right size for the vanity also measure the old vanity itself to make sure the new vanity will fit in the same area and take special note of the location of any wall trim or floor tile.
That might get in the way now you can also buy a larger vanity, but you might have to cut some baseboards along the floor. Alright ready to start the tear out, let's begin by removing the old sink turn off the water supply, using the valves under the sink or use the main water valve then turn on the faucet to release any water pressure loosen the slip nut at the top of the p-trap you may have to remove the trap, then disconnect the water lines with an adjustable wrench and have a bucket ready to catch some water. Now, I'm going to separate the vanity top from the base.
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