How to Install a Sink and Faucet With a Vanity

by Holly
Choosing a bathroom vanity can save you a ton of room while still making your bathroom space functional. Icing on the cake: these beautiful bathroom pieces are quite easy to install, see for yourself.
Tools / Materials Needed:
Bathroom vanity, tape measure, pencil, circular or reciprocating saw, drill, wall anchors, hammer, screwdriver, teflon tape or plumber's putty, caulking and adjustable wrench
Watch the video here. Step by step instructions below.
If necessary, measure a hole in the back of the vanity to be cut for the plumbing.
Cut the hole for the plumbing.
Line the vanity up with the new hole and make sure it’s a proper fit.
Mark and cut holes on top of the vanity for the sink and faucet.
Mark holes on the wall for the vanity install screws, and tap wall anchors into the wall using a hammer.
Secure the vanity-install to the wall using screws and a screwdriver.
Install and secure the faucet to the sink.
Apply a bead of caulking around the bottom of the sink, and spread it out using your fingers to ensure a watertight seal.
Secure the sink and faucet to the vanity.
After you hook up the water lines for the bathroom faucet, you’re vanity installation is complete.
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  • TMulhern TMulhern on Oct 22, 2014
    Very helpful post. I like to save this page for further reference. Thanks for sharing this post. The video clarifies all the essential thing that one needs.