Smaller bathroom remodels are a great way to update the room and increase the value of your home. Start bathroom vanity remodel by replacing once you have chosen a new vanity and sink, just follow these steps to change your bathroom vanity.
Turn off the water supply to the sink and disconnect the supply lines. Remove the p-trap, which is the central part of the curved tube. Remove the worktop by loosening the seals around the edges with a knife or screwdriver. After the seal is broken, pull the bench away and remove it. You also need to loosen any seal between vanity and the wall so vanity can be pulled away from the wall. Shake vanity and back to loosen it further. Do not jerk – you do not want to damage the wall by rocking too much.
Remove any screws that keep the vanity in the wall. The vanity should be free from the wall now. Pull it away and remove it from the bathroom. Take the new bathroom vanity into the room. Place it where you want it to be. Carefully measure and mark the area before actually attaching the vanity to the wall. Use a level to make sure everything is yet. Once you have seen the location is right, screw the vanity into the wall. Try to anchor the screws in wall joints for extra stability. Use tight to attach bench to vanity. Hook up the p-tap and connect the water supply lines. Turn the water again. Then apply a strip of seal around all the bench edges.