The Installation Steps of 36 by 48 Inch Bathroom Vanity

Jun 7th

A 36 by 48 inch bathroom vanity is actually not wide enough to accommodate the two standard width sinks, however it can accommodate a sink and about 16 inches of counter space on each sink’s side. If you want to have the bathroom vanity in this size, you will have a quiet large of storage space beneath the countertop, it is also including a series of drawers or a larger, open cabinet space.

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To install a 36 by 48 inch bathroom vanity, whatever the style you choose, the procedures will be just the same. Here are some installation steps you can follow, in order to have the bathroom vanity in this size.

First you should put the cabinet in front of the wall mounted water supply lines and drain. Use a pencil to transcribe hole locations from the plumbing components to the back of cabinet. Then denoting the approximate cabinet sides locations by marking two lines on the wall. Continue by sliding away the cabinet off the wall.

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The next step is use the stud finder to locate the centers of the wall studs behind the wall in between the two references lines denoting the cabinet edges. At those locations make pencil marks in about 37 inches from up from the floor. Then you can continue by installing a hole saw into a power drill chuck.

The third step is feed the water supply valves and drain the line through the back of cabinet’s holes after you slide the cabinet to the wall. On the top of cabinet, place a level and slide shims under the toe kick at the cabinet’s base, wait until the top of cabinet is level in each direction. Then, continue to use the pencil marks a reference to drive the wood screws through the cabinet’s back into the wall studs. Finish the installation by using a sharp utility knife to trim off the shims exposed tips under the toe kick of the 36 by 48 inch bathroom vanity.