Bathroom vanity and sink top install


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Old 05-28-03, 06:42 AM
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Question Bathroom vanity and sink top install

I have a standard valve and drain setup coming from the wall where the vanity will sit. The valves and drain are centered in the spot where the vanity will be placed.

The sink bowl will sit centered on the vanity. The vanity is a 36" with drawers on right side and door on left. In the back center there is a vertical wooden board 1/2" X 3" which is used to secure the drawer rails. This board is just off center to the right.

When the vanity is centered, the drain is just to the left of the drawers and the cold water valve is immediately behind the drawers (if I notch out the vertical board I described above).

What is the standard way to install a 36" vanity with centered sink bowl? Sit the valve and drain off-center or is there a special kit I don't know about?
 
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Old 05-28-03, 06:19 PM
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Set your vanity and sink where you want them.
You just plumb everything off-center to wherever you need to.
Use stainless steel-reinforced flex connection lines from the cut-off valves to the faucet connections, and an adjustable PVC drain kit to connect to the drain.
You can find whatever you need to make it up at a hardware store or big box.
Good Luck!
Mike
 
 

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