Sunday, September 26, 2021

What you should know about installing bathroom vanity with floor plumbing


Just like the way you pay attention to every decor detail in your living room and bedrooms, it’s also important that you put the same priority in your bathroom; after all, it’s the one single space in your home where you get to rejuvenate and de-stress.

We often tend to leave the bathroom space as it is but it is also the most important focal point in your house. One of the best ways to improve the form and functionality of your bathroom is to create an aesthetically-appealing storage space with a vanity. Installing bathroom vanity with floor plumbing not only helps elevate the overall look of your bathroom space but also makes the space clutter-free.

It is also important to know how to install a bathroom vanity with plumbing on the floor without any hassle or complications. So, how do we install a vanity with floor plumbing? Check the simple steps listed below: 

How to install bathroom vanity with plumbing in the floor

  1. Removing the old vanity

If you are someone who already has a bathroom vanity but want to upgrade to a new one, make sure you understand the old plumbing system in your bathroom prior to removing the old vanity. This, in turn, will make things easier when you install a new set. 

Before removing the old vanity you should turn off the main water supply. Use the adjustable wrench to loosen up the nuts that are used to tighten the old faucets. Gently remove the sink from the vanity. Once the sink is removed you can remove the old vanity from the wall with the help of a drill.

  1. New vanity and faucets

The first thing that you need to keep in mind while installing the vanity is the type of vanity set and the faucets. It is always up to you to decide what kind of vanity and faucets you would like to install to make your bathroom space look better. You need to make sure if the set comes along with the faucets. When it comes to countertops, there are lots of varieties which include laminates, marble, and granites. So it is for you to decide what suits better for your vanity set.

  1. Plumbing

Before installing bathroom vanity with floor plumbing, you have to understand the plumbing system in your bathroom. Make sure the measurements are correct. Check the pipelines and check for leakages. There should not be any gaps between the vanity and the wall. A wall anchor is recommended for attaching the vanity to the wall. 

  1. Attach faucets to the vanity

The final task is to attach faucets to the vanity. Before attaching faucets to the vanity,

make sure you clean all the faucets to see if there is any blockage. Check if the faucets are placed in their designated hole. 

Lastly, connect the water line to the faucets with the help of an adjustable wrench. The other thing that you need to keep in mind is that some vanity comes with faucets attached to it. All you need to do is follow the guidelines given by the manufacturer in order to install it.

  1.  Connect the water lines and check for leakages

When it comes to connecting the water lines you need to be clear which lines are for cold and hot water. When the faucet lines are reconnected, run the water and check for leakage. It is also necessary for you to check for the drainage as well in order to avoid any kind of problem in the future.

Why do we need to install a bathroom vanity?

Changing bathroom vanity or simply installing your first one not only helps define the overall look of your bathroom space but also improves the function by adding the much-needed storage space. Installing a bathroom vanity also makes your space clutter-free. This, in turn, keeps your bathroom space clean and also makes it more welcoming.

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