Bath Vanity Disposal in Fort MyersWhere many people go wrong with bath vanity disposal isn’t with their planning but their lack of details. Put another way, people often have a general overview of how to tackle a home renovation project but are skimpy on the details. For instance, you know you want to update the bathroom. So, you pick out a new vanity and sink, along with a new floor rug, a couple of nice towel racks, and perhaps a great hamper.
For the easiest installation buy a new vanity and sink that are the same sizes as the old ones. Of course you can always measure your space and find a sink and vanity that will fit. —Lowe’s Home ImprovementBut, what you’ve skipped over is where it gets tricky. In other words, what are you going to do with all that old stuff? Where does the junk go that’s being replaced by all the new items? You’ve got to have a plan for how to deal with the debris because there will be a whole lot of it. (And, bath vanity disposal is no exception.) Do yourself a favor and schedule a junk removal service to come by and this way, you won’t have to worry about it.
Bathroom Vanity Fixture RemovalThe real trick with bath vanity disposal is to anticipate what is and what isn’t necessary. In other words, not creating more unnecessary work for yourself along the way.
- Empty the cabinet and clear off the surface. The cabinet and surface should be empty so you have the ability to work freely. Empty the cabinet and clear off the surface before you begin the removal process.
- Remove the doors from the vanity. Take the doors off the fixture, because when you move it out these will swing open and shut.
- Turn off the water and electricity. The very first thing to do is to shut off the water and electrical supplies to the vanity. (Electrical wiring isn’t always part of a vanity removal.) Turn off the water supply to the sink. Then, turn the faucet on and let it drain.
- Disconnect the water and drain lines. When safe, disconnect the water and drain lines under the vanity. Use towels and bowls to catch any dripping water. Wait until the lines are clear to move onto the next part.
- Pull the sink out and pull off the top. Score around the sink with a utility knife, and then pry it out of place. Next, you’ll need to remove the vanity top. Inspect it to see how it’s fastened and then take it off.