Learn how to ensure that your bathroom vanity is straight and leveled.
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Amy Matthews: Just like any other countertops surface in your home, you’re going to want your remedy to be level. But getting everything on this straight and narrow can get a little tricky especially if you are installing a double vanity. Male: In the same way you would install a kitchen cabinet you will install vanity it is just like basil the kitchen cabinet. Anthony DeVito: And you want to make sure the vanity is level, if it’s level and plum you are ready to fastened it to the wall, if not you are going to shame it and you really want a little wood shames and you want to get this vanity plum level and perfect before you fastened it to the wall. Male 2: If you want to put a torpedo level which is a small six inch level on top of your vanity top both sideways and frontwards so that you can level it and you may need to sticks from shames underneath you know the front or wherever it’s off to level that properly and then at that point you are going to vault to your vanity to the wall and then silicon it as well. Anthony DeVito: With the vanity it will have bit of the gap at the floor or the top of line or in the back wall, it’s not the end of the world also if you are applying tile to the wall the tile that will absorb any type of gap. Amy Matthews: If you are installing side by side vanities you have to get both of them level and plump as well as flush to one another but the seemingly daunting task can be made simple with one additional step. Male: If you have a counter sink drill, counter sink the hole in through it and then use a screw go from one vanity style and to the other vanity style to draw it nice and tight together. Amy Matthews: With the two vanities drawn together you can love them as one piece. Male: Another way of doing it if is to clamp it together first, if you have sea clamps or at the local hardware store you can purchase this called compression clamps for your squeezing and it kind of compressing together and they can be held in place for you while your screwing and mix and match easier if you working alone. Amy Matthews: When you got everything plum and level you can screw the vanity to the wall and seal it with silicon cork. Male: It’s important for your vanity to be plump to the wall for steady purposes, pretty much. If you wanted to look nice you pretty wanted to do clamp and square with the wall. If you don’t care about that it doesn’t matter too much.
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