To accurately measure a bathroom sink, measure the length, depth and width of the current sink or the sink area with a tape measure. When measuring, always double-check the measurements for accuracy.Continue Reading
To properly measure a bathroom sink:
Using a tape measure, measure the length, width and depth of current sink or of the area accommodating the sink.
Using a tape measure, measure the width of the countertop and the width of the sink to the backsplash and to the counter's edge.
To ensure proper measurements, double-check and refer to the original sink if available. The new sink should be approximately the same size.
To install a bathroom sink, turn off the water supply, unscrew and remove the water lines, pull out the sink, caulk the sink hole, set the new sink inside, and reconnect the water lines. This 90-minute process requires a bucket, pliers, caulk, gloves and a wrench.Full Answer >
Bathrooms for people with physical disabilities should feature accessibility as regards the room's dimensions, toilet placement, and sufficient clearance under the sink. Shower stalls should be curbless with a hand-held shower head.Full Answer >
Unclog a sink by applying duct tape over the overflow hole, removing the drain plug and using a plunger to dislodge the clog. Replace the stopper, and remove the tape from the overflow after clearing the drain.Full Answer >
Installing a Franke sink requires the following tools: Phillips-head screwdriver, silicone sealant, adjustable wrench, drill, jigsaw, gloves, measuring tape and file. In one afternoon you can remove the old sink and install the new sink.Full Answer >