Sinks. Friday , October 13th , 2017 - 14:17:57 PM
You’re almost done! Get back under the sink and hook up the pipes carefully. If you made a big change in the layout of your sink, you will need to install some new pipes and connectors (and may want a plumber to help with that), but otherwise it should be the reverse process from when you disconnected them earlier. You will want to use PVC cement to seal the joints of the pipes, to prevent leaks.
Sink makers continue to innovate, devising new ways to install different kinds of kitchen sinks. The basic installation styles are self-rimming, undermount and farmhouse. These days farmhouse and undermount sinks are sharing the limelight as the most popular styles for modern kitchens.
You’ll probably want to get a new faucet while you’re upgrading your sink. The mechanism and sealing in faucets will wear out over time, so it’s a good idea to get a new one every so often. These, too, come in many different styles so you are sure to find one that works for you. If your faucet is relatively new, though, you may be able to remove it from the old sink and add it to the new one.
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