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Learn how to ensure you have sufficient room to install your bathroom vanity.
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How to Make Room to Install a Bathroom Vanity
Amy Matthews: When you install a bathroom vanity, you’re going to spend most of the time working on your hands and knees in a tight space.
Male: Well, you need to have room to install the vanity so I would remove the old vanity and all the old parts from the room—get it out of the way because it’s a bathroom; there isn't that much room. And you’d want to get your new vanity—your box in place; and you want to get your top with your—I don’t know, if your replacing the faucet, you need to get your new faucet on there.
Amy Matthews: Giving your self enough room to work will make getting under the sink easier. But you can easily minimize the amount of work you have to do under the vanity.
Male: You need to get your new drainage spot on. You need to properly install your faucet and your drainage, but to your sink, before you install it to your vanity base.
That would save you a lot of trouble underneath the sink once it's connected to the wall.
So if you were to properly install everything first, the job goes quite easy.
Amy Matthews: It’s a simple step and it’ll save you from getting a sore neck.
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