How to Install Wall Mounted Sink
You can add nice style into your kitchen or bathroom space by installing a wall mounted sink. This sink type is commonly installed by hanging from metal bracket that is commonly included in the box of the sink. To install the sink, you should make sure that the support is available, such as some screws that can hold the brackets well. After you install the sink properly, then it will add an interesting feature inside your space. Besides, this sink type is also easy to installed, so you can make it as your next DIY project on the weekend. Get some tips below about installing a wall mounted sink.
. Gather the sink as well as the parts lined up in an area. It will ease you to get every item you need.
Making a mark on the wall by using a pencil to specify the exact location for the sink. Next, install the bracket to mount the sink. The bracket is commonly included in the sink box and then install on the spot you made before. To make the position of the holes accurate, you can use a torpedo level and then spot the holes by using a pencil. Then mount the metal bracket by using some screws and drill.
. Install the faucet on the sink and then connect it with the hose of water supply by using the crescent wrench and channel locks. You will need the channel locks to connect the tail piece and drain to the sink, so don’t out them down.
. Before placed through the sink hole, you have to apply the putty to flange lip of drain. The flange lip of the drain is the drain’s silver part where sink stopper will sit in. the putty will not allow the water sipping to the drain so that it will not cause water damage.
. Hang the sink to the bracket and then check that the sink is level by using a torpedo level.
. Use a crescent wrench to connect the hoses of water supply to the handles of water supply stop.
. Install the p-trap of the sink to the tail piece from the drain. Make an extension if the tail piece isn’t sufficiently long or cut it if it is too long.
. Apply some caulk around the sink’s edges that are level alongside the wall. Then press the caulk to make it perfectly applied. Then clean the excess caulk by using a wet rag. Now your wall mount sink has been ready to use.