Want to save money, your bathroom look better, and can be proud of the fact that you yourself did you? Decided that a home improvement project could start a little freighting but with the right tools and information, you’ll soon be on its way. You have the confidence to do it yourself and know you have a good job.
The first step to your new project is always tap the data began to get to work. They should consult the Web and / or educational books to make sure that everything you’ve gone through this process.
Have all your information is collected and I feel ready to connect to your home improvement project, you must tap all the different manufacturers for the best quality for the money you are willing to spend looking. You want a faucet that is durable to buy and mix with your existing bathroom accessories.
You now have the perfect faucet purchased. It’s in the box awaiting its new home on your bathroom vanity. You must ensure that the right tools at our disposal. These include:
- A tank valve or a pipe wrench
- Phillips screwdriver
- Slip-joint pliers and adjustable
- Adjustable Wrench
- Bad connection and sealing gun (from Kitt will work)
- New flexible faucet supply tubes
- Thread Sealant
Your next step in this process would be to remove the old faucet. You must either set up water under the sink or on the main water valve. The hot and cold water pipes to be resolved. On tap to dissolve and remove the stem nut with a sink faucet or a pipe wrench. To remove the crane Now all you have to do is to remove the nut holding the faucet to the sink. The crane to lift.
Chrome plated brass hardware can begin to expire after the date so that you do, it may also change. A bucket to drain the excess water contained in the exhaust are. A new stopper may come with your new faucet. If so, you are welcome to change it. This gives a uniform appearance on your new design.
You have to wrap your faucet stems with a thread sealer. Before the valve stems into the correct holes install the rubber seal at the base of the crane. Do not worry if your tap does not come with a rubber gasket. A bead of caulk will do. When the crane into position, you can thread the washer, nut and nut on the faucet tailpiece. Tighten the nuts by hand.
You can now supply lines to the faucet. Be sure to apply sealant to the valve wires.Tighten the nuts on the delivery. Be careful not ready for on-the nuts. Connect the hot and cold water.
You are now ready to supply pipes to clean your new faucet. Check the aerator from the tap. Turn on the water. You should check for leaks while the water. If there are none, turn off the water and replace the aerator.
Now sit back and enjoy your new bathroom faucet. You can be proud of the fact that you just installed yourself.