We recommend consulting professional help if you are unfamiliar with installing bathroom vanities and/or plumbing.

TOOLS AND MATERIALS:
Pencil
Pencil
Stud Finder
Stud Finder
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
Drill
Drill
Screwdriver
Screwdriver
Level
Level
Silicone Sealant
Silicone Sealant
Wooden Shims
Wooden Shims
 
   STEP 1  
     
  Step 1: Determine your vanity placement
Determine your vanity placement and mark the area on the wall where it will be installed.
 
     
 
   STEP 2  
     
  Step 2: Locate and mark the location of the studs
Locate and mark the location of the studs to which you will fasten your vanity. You can find studs by listening for a solid sound as you knock on the wall or by using a stud finder.
 
     
 
   STEP 3  
     
  Step 3: drill holes to accommodate drain pipes
If your vanity cabinet has a solid back, mark and drill holes to accommodate drain pipes and supply pipes as necessary.
 
     
 
   STEP 4  
     
  Step 4: Place the vanity in the installation location
Place the vanity in the installation location. Verify that the vanity cabinet is level. If the vanity is not level, use vanity feet (if included) or wooden shims to adjust as necessary.
 
     
 
   STEP 5  
     
  Step 5: Attach the vanity to the wall
Attach the vanity to the wall by screwing through the mounting rail in the back of the vanity cabinet into the wall studs.

Note: For undermount sinks, follow the installation instructions included with your sink before continuing to step 6.
 
     
 
   STEP 6  
     
  Step 6: Install the integral sink/vanity top
Install the integral sink/vanity top by applying a dot of silicone sealant on the corners of the vanity. Position the vanity top onto the vanity and press firmly into place. Wipe away any excess sealant with a damp cloth.
 
     
 
   STEP 7  
     
  Step 7: Install backsplash
If your vanity top has a separate side and/or back-splash, place a bead of adhesive silicone sealant on the back and press firmly into place.
 
     
 
   STEP 8  
     
  Step 8: Fill any gaps between the wall and splash
Fill any gaps between the wall and splash, and vanity top and splash with silicone sealant. Wipe away excess sealant with a damp cloth. Install your semi-recessed or vessel sink according to the sink installation instructions.

 

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