|Posted by Terry Love on January 06, 2004 at 01:21:18:|
|In response to Re: pedastal sinks|
And while the wall is off, it's a good time to install "wood backing" for the hanger bracket.
: It is not something you need a book for. You just have to open the wall where the lines will go, then install the new lines in the wall. The thing you will have to learn is how to connect the new pipes together if they are copper.
: : We are remodeling a small bathroom that has water lines for the sink coming up through the floor (as in a vanity sink setup). We want to put in a pedastal sink and find this to be unsightly. We want to move them so that they come out of the wall behind the sink. Can you point me to an article or book that addresses this problem?
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