Bathroom base cabinet – If installing bathroom vanity, it is important to have everything you need available before tackling the job. Gather all the tools and materials needed weeks. This way you would know if you’re missing a tool, so you will have enough time to buy or rent one. Order materials and hardware a few months in advance, if they are not in stock at your local home improvement centers. Basic tools you would need is a tape measure, level, hammer, crowbar, hammer, nails, saw, screwdriver, drill, dense, pliers, wrenches and mushrooms.
Another thing to consider is to prepare the site. Whether you are installing a bathroom base cabinet or replace an existing one, consider the connections plumbing or water. The former would require more preparation, and may require permission. The latter may not need a new permit, provided that you do not change the footprint of the house. In the case of installing a new bathroom vanity for a brand new home, it is advisable to hire a licensed plumber to ensure proper handling of the job, where to route the plumbing pipes and fixtures, add hot and cold water lines, and other plumbing needs you have. Turn off the water connections before removing the old vanity.
Take measurements of where you are going to install a new bathroom vanity. If you already have an existing vanity, use the same dimensions as your guide. It is always safe to measure twice to make sure the material you will order fits properly. Allow extra space for the thickness of the molding or wood, as well as measurement of the thickness and width of the countertops. Do not forget to measure the height, keep the person height that will use the bathroom vanity in mind for comfort. Find the studs and mark them on the wall where the vanity would go. Then, attach your vanity to the wall. Drill holes only in the back frame vanity cabinets; ensure that they adhere to the wall studs. Screw bathroom base cabinet in place; make sure it is plumb and level.