Install a wall mount sink to make your bathroom more accessible to those with limited mobility. It's easy to install with these step by step instructions from Lowe's. First measure the new sink to make sure it will fit in your bathroom. Then remove your old sink by shutting off the water supply, disconnect the plumbing, plug the drain with a rag, and remove the old sink and vanity. You may have to repair drywall and paint. Watch our video on how to repair drywall at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYQvdqcCYnI Mark the position for the mounting bracket for the new sink. If you need to add a mounting support behind the drywall, you'll need to cut the drywall. Carefully cut the drywall. Install wood backing between the studs. Reroute plumbing if needed. Reattach the drywall and repair. Attach the faucet, tail piece, and supply lines to the sink. To mount the sink to the wall, use the mounting hardware attach the backing. Lift the sink into place and level. Mark the sink anchoring holes. Remove the sink and drill the anchoring holes. Replace the sink and tighten the mounting bolts. Hook up the supply lines and drain. Turn on the water and check for leaks. Add a shroud if applicable. Apply sealant between the wall and sink. To make your home safer and more accessible, visit http://www.Lowes.com/AccessibleHome Watch more how to videos at http://www.Lowes.com/Videos
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