Bathroom Basins Installation Components and Tips

It’s not everyone that has the cash to hire professionals to install a bathroom basin in their houses. It’s especially relevant since the task of installing a new bathroom basin isn’t particularly difficult. In fact, with a few tools and the odd material, you can do it yourself.

The good news is that this article helps with useful tips to help you install some of the best bathroom basins Australia has ever seen. Homeowners are especially grateful for the time, stress, and money that this guide saves them. Below is a complete procedure for replacing your wash sink.

What Do You Need?

To carry out this installation procedure, you’ll need some handy tools. Get a pencil, screwdrivers, silicone, tape measure, and some other plumbing tools. You may also want a drill and maybe even a bucket.

Note: All the tools and components should be in the appropriate sizes for your plumbing pipes and basin fittings.

What Should You Consider?

This article focuses on installing a wall-mounted basin. While you can adapt the instructions for your basin type, always keep that note in mind. Remember to have your bucket ready for leaks.

Bathroom Basins Installation

Measure Your Sink Fitting

Decide on where you want your basin to go and measure out the shape with a tape rule. You can test the length and width by placing your basin in the area to check your accuracy. You should now turn your mains off and drain the plumbing through another tap.

Insert Your Taps

Both your basin tap and sink should have instruction manuals about how to fit them together. It’s often even more comfortable to do if you’re using products from the same brand. Once you’ve ensured that the tap is tightly secured, you can connect your Flexi-pipes.

Install Your Waste Plumbing

If your basin includes an overflow, please ensure that the flood component synchronizes with the sink’s plug. Insert a screwdriver to ensure everything is aligned and give it some minutes to dry properly.

Secure Your Basin

Use your drill to create the appropriate holes on your wall for better and more secure mounting. Secure the basin to the wall using the drilled holes and following your basin’s installation procedure closely. Test its fitness to ensure tightness and that it doesn’t shake when you lightly rest your hands on it.

Affix Your Waste pipes and Taps

Connect your waste pipes and tap pipes to the appropriate plumbing on the wall. Usually, you’ll keep a compression component in-between the junctions to regulate pressure.

Test and Seal

Turn on your water supply slowly and test to see how well your seal works and if it works. If there is any problem, remove the basin and fix it before trying again.

Seal the opening between the basin and wall with your silicone and voila!

Final Thought

One of the most natural home utilities to install is bathroom basins. Australia is one of many countries where personally replacing your basin is the first step to becoming a handyman. Once you’ve fixed your bathroom basin, you can now accessorize it with some soap holders.