Published at Tuesday, May 01st, 2018 - 07:28:16 AM. Kitchen Sink Cabinet. By Zdzislawa.
Excerpt from How to Install Stand Alone Kitchen Sink with Cabinet :
The remainder of our work happens inside the cabinet, under the sink. The better lighting you have and the more cushion for your back the easier your job will be. I like to hook up the water supply first, as they are furthest back in the hole and most flexible. The only concern is hooking the hot to the hot and cold to the cold. It's easy to find out which one is hot if you have a dishwasher as that extra line will be going to the hot valve, typically the hot is on the left and the cold is on the right. There is no need for Teflon tape as your new supply lines have a rubber gasket to seal the water, so just tighten them down with a crescent wrench and, again, do not over tightening. Turn the valves on and take a paper towel to check for any leaks.
Stand alone kitchen sink with cabinet. In previous articles, we discussed how to remove your old kitchen sink and prepare your new sink for installation. This article covers actually mounting the sink and hooking up the plumbing. At the end of this article, you should be able to turn the water on it and use your new sink. We are assuming your new sink already has strainers installed and the faucet set installed and there's an open hole in your countertop.
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