Marissa Booker. Sink. December 31st , 2017.
Finally, fit the unit into place, making sure that it is secure before connecting the water and waste pipes. A pedestal basin can be bedded into its pedestal with plumbing mastic; some basins have a special fixing for securing the basin and pedestal together. As usual, ensure that there is no strain on any of the pipes or connections - if there is, refit or rebend the pipes as necessary.
Don’t wait too long before you clamp the sink: Place the 2 X 4 on the countertop across the sink and then clamp the sink, when clamping the sink, ensure one end goes through the sinks drain hole and the other end lands on the top of the wood plank.
At this point, you are done with the installation of the undermount stainless steel. You need to test the sink to be sure you have done the right thing.
Before starling any plumbing work, make sure the new basin or sink fits properly. Prepare the mountings: for example, fix wall brackets, check the position of a pedestal and drill fixing holes, check the positioning of a sink unit and cut any necessary holes in it for pipes.
Next fit the taps. To make the job of connecting the taps to the supply pipes easier, it is often a good idea to fit 'tails' first. Tails are short lengths of hand-bendable copper pipe fixed to the laps with tap connectors. Because they can be flexed, connecting the tails to the supply pipes, even once the sink or basin is in position, is easy.
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