In With The New
To remove your old vanity, carefully disconnect all plumbing lines and remove any accessories like mirrors, drawers, or shelves. Score and remove any caulking, gently remove your sink and counter, then remove the cabinets. If your vanity is in good condition, local charities may accept countertops or cabinets! Be cautious not to damage walls or floors when removing an old vanity. Spot repair as needed.
Start by securing your vanity to your wall as needed. Ensure your base is square and level before any drilling. Use your stud finder along with any screws included with your vanity, drill, and secure. This step may vary depending on your vanity model; floating vanities will include hanging gear. If you’re unsure how to secure your vanity, get help from your KENT expert first. Proper reinforcement is essential to prevent any jostling of your sink and plumbing.