Vanity replacement

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Old 08-11-08, 11:31 AM
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Vanity replacement

I am remodeling my bathroom and replacing the vanity. I took out the old vanity and it was just sitting on the subfloor and the cement backer board was installed around it and throughout the rest of the bathroom. The new vanity I am installing is a different size and wont fit in the hole. Do I get some backer board and fill in the whole or can I fill in the whole with cement? I am assuming I will need to do something to the hole before I put the new vanity in.

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Old 08-11-08, 02:21 PM
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you can cut the tile out and set the new cabinet in. or bring the hole up. it is up to you. there is no wrong or right on this.
depending on the size i would cut out the little there is and set the cabinet down in the hole and try to use any tile i took out to fill in. use the old tile over it will match better.
 
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