Published at Saturday, October 27th 2018. by Bonita White in Bathroom Vanity.
Thin bathroom vanity unit, including the sink attachment fitting the whole unit to the wall. All the plumbing, including the mains, water and the waste pipes first thing to do - is get your vanity unit in position once you've got it against the wall in the right place, get some levels, and you want to fill this around until it's level. Some have adjustable feet, some don't, but it's what you need to do is just pack it up with a few spaces, one end or the other to get it level obviously put the spaces in a place underneath the bottom, where you're not going to see them now to actually fix it to the wall, you can use metal brackets in the corner, with a screw into the side of the wood, make the back into the wall, or you can just go straight through the wood and for the size of this kind of unit.
That's all it needs weight is taken on the floor and it just needs something to firm up to the wall. You can see all this bit here is solid from there down on this unit and there's a gap behind that. You either need to cut a few holes out of your unit in order to get some of your plumbing in place or really the best thing to do. If you want to keep it neat and tidy leave this solid panel on and you want to bring your palm in at the back and keep it hidden - I'm going to be boxing this in and tighten it up, because I'm trying to hide all my pipework when you're doing something like this, you obviously need to kind of fuel holes at the side me you need to get your plumbing in.
So it's what I've done is they take a square hole, as you can see, I've just literally done that with a handsaw and then when I tile up to here, you won't see this hole, but it's allowed all my plumbing through there and you can see my Two mains water pipes there as well, don't be afraid to put cuts in the unit. They come supply in solid and that's just what you've got to do unless you can come through the back, because you've got a plaster born wall with brick and it's solid so that it comes to the side. If it's going to be on display, try and make the hole need or even better, like I'm doing here, put it in a place where it's going to be covered after by tiles or another unit, so we've lined it up against the wall where I've now drilled.
These holes with a wood drill, but I go through those with a masonry drill bit something like a 4 mil bit just make a little mark on to your tiles move the unit away, and you can drill the holes and I recommend going in really slowly with Something like a 4 mil drill bit and reacts with the tiles, create a nice hole in the wall, the depth of your wall plugs. Then you want to go back with the bigger drill. After that, I'm doing that you'll ensure you get a nice neat hole and is less risk of these tiles.
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