Replacing a wall mounted utility sink with a bathroom vanity can transform the bathroom and make it look like new. The benefits of this change include additional storage space, as well as cosmetic upgrade to the room. The wall-mounted sink is usually very heavy, so it is best to have someone help you with your disposal. The hardest part of the project is trying to decide what style of vanity you want to use.
Wall mounted utility sink measure the space you have available using a tape measure. Buy a vanity base and vanity top fit in the space. Turn off the water supply valves to the existing sink faucet. Remove the water supply hoses from existing faucet using an adjustable wrench. Disconnect the P-trap sink tailpiece using a socket wrench. Lift the heat sink off the wall mount. Remove the wall bracket with a screwdriver. Place the vanity unit in the bathroom where it is installed. Check the unit for level from side to side and front to back.
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Wall mounted utility sink place the wooden wedges under the vanity base corners as necessary to make the unit level. Place the vanity top to the base. Secure the base using the brackets that come with it, screws and screwdriver. Install the new faucet in the sink according to the manufacturer of the brand you are using.