Bathroom Vanity Cabinets – The key to a successful installation of a bathroom and vanity unit principle is learning everything you can about your product choice. Some bathroom cabinets call for home assembly while others come pre-assembled. The latter is the best option, as long as that choice suits your bathroom furniture needs. After selecting the bathroom cabinet, the next option is a countertop set of sink and faucet. All of them need to complement each other, as well as the existing decoration of the bathroom. Locate the drain pipe on the bathroom wall.
Measure the height of the center of the floor drain pipe and mark the back of the cabinet accordingly. Drill a 3-inch hole through the back of the box with a saw hole. Repeat the process from step 1 for each of the water supply cutoff valves. Push the vanity of the cabinet against the wall, sliding the shutoff valves and drain tube through the holes in the back of the cabinet. Place the carpenter level in the bathroom vanity cabinets from the back to the front. Adjust the back or front of the box, as necessary by the filling slide under the cab to make it level. Repeat this process with the level set from side to side in the cabinet.
Cut any wooden wedges that protrude from under the cabinet, using a chisel and a hammer. Secure the bathroom vanity cabinets to the wall with 2-inch plaster screws. Install the faucet on the toilet according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Join the water supply lines to the faucet and tighten with a wrench. Adjust the vanity lid in the bathroom cabinet. Open the cabinet doors and connect the water supply lines to the shut-off valves. Tighten with a wrench. Install the drainpipe toilet kit according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Apply a layer of tub and tile putty along the vanity top where it meets the wall.