Now that you’ve made a decision to rejuvenate your bathrooms with a pedestal sink, it’s time to bring your eyesight to fruition.
You will find only two components to this sink (the basin as well as the pedestal), and installing one takes some preparation, measuring and drilling-as really as an additional pair of strong hands so your sink does not crash on floor.
Because of this installation, you need:
Plumber’s putty or Teflon tape
Since your pedestal basin may be bolted to the wall, it is going to need a sturdy anchor. In case your wall consists of plaster or drywall, install blocking under the wall area.