relocating bathroom sink
I have an older sink see attached picture that I would like to change out with a new cabinet and sink setup.
I have a location of the pipe issue that I have to deal with and was wondering if anyone can answer what the proper way would be to move the trap or pipe.
We dont have any idea yet which sink to replace it with but is there something that allows me to go from a right hand sink to a center mount sink say with 45’s or something of that nature?
Well, it's hard to tell from those pictures (VBG), but a vanity can, as they say, cover a multitude of sins. If the existing drain comes into the vanity then it can probably be connected, even if it's significantly off-center.
Otherwise you'd probably have to dig into the wall a fair amount to move the pipe. If it's cast iron then it gets more complicated.
However, I've picked up a nasty habit off studying houses as I drive down the street.
One time I went back trying to find a house to snap a pic but couldn't recall the location.
A downspout was angled out from the side of a clapboard which had been poked into with the downspout being lead down to a gutter.
I surmised someone wanted to add a sink and took an easy way out.
Parolee # 53804
Edited 4/7/2007 2:28 pm ET by rez