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Install a pedestal lavatory sink

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    Beginner Do-It-Yourselfer - Easy
    Intermediate Do-It-Yourselfer - Moderate
    Experienced Do-It-Yourselfer - Difficult
    Professional - Expert
  • Completion Time : 6 Hours

A pedestal lavatory sink brings a touch of elegance and charm to the home, and because it takes up less space than a vanity unit, it is ideal for smaller bathrooms.

The following project shows how to install a pedestal lavatory sink, step by step. This is an inexpensive project that can be accomplished in a day. It is best to work with a helper, as the parts can be very heavy. The main difficulty lies in attaching the washbasin to the wall at the right height. This part of the job requires precision and dexterity.

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Tools and materials required

TOOLS

  • Basin wrench
  • Ratchet
  • Pipe wrench
  • Stud finder
  • Level
  • Drill
  • Caulking gun

MATERIALS

  • Slip nuts
  • Silicone caulk
  • Pencil
  • Plumber's putty
  • Compression fittings
  • Washers and seals
  • P-trap (usually in three parts)
  • Flexible pipes (water supply lines)
  • Wood screws
  • Coupling nuts
  • Wing anchors, if necessary

Before Assembly

INSTALLATION

Turn off the water supply by closing the shut-off valves under the sink. If there are no shut-offs, close your home's main water valve.
If the drain pipes under the sink are not exactly where you need them, use angle fittings (elbows) of different sizes to make the necessary connections.

 

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Install a pedestal lavatory sink