So far in this video series I've shown you
how to build, replace and fix. Today we're installing a new sink. Here's how I'd rate install a new sink on the DIY scale.
Before you get overwhelmed watch this video and let me help you decide if you
should DIY or hire a guy. For this project you'll need the following materials. Before you start, make sure the new sink
fits into the hole from the existing sink. If you're looking to increase the size
of your sink, you'll need to cut your countertop. To
set the new sink apply a small bead of plumber's putty to the top layer the sink's drain flange Tilt the sink onto it's side and
reattach the drain. Repeat this process for the top side of the garbage disposal
flange. upside down on a flat surface attach the clips to the underside. Apply a bead of
silicone sealant to the underside of the sink rim, and then carefully lowered the sink into
the countertop opening, making sure to square and align it.
Reconnect the water lines and any other plumbing accessories. Then
remove any excess sealant. Let's take another look at how installing a
sink ranks on the DIY scale. Whether you decide to
DIY or hire a guy I'm here to help you figure out what
works best for you. Make sure to subscribe to the HomeAdvisor
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