Renovating a small bathroom? Wall hung sinks will save you valuable space and even some money in the process. Here is all the information you need to make your bathroom a lot more functional.
Wall hung bathroom sinks vary in price depending on the manufacturer, style, and quality of materials. They can cost less than $100, or more than $1,000 depending on your tastes. For help with purchasing and installation, get connected with a licensed professional.
The durability of a wall hung bathroom sink depends primarily on the manufacturer and quality of installation. A high-quality model with proper installation should last the lifetime of your home.
Most wall hung bathroom sinks only require regular cleaning. Pay attention to what your sink is made of before buying the proper cleaner.
Unless you’re handy at shifting the water supply, adding drainpipes, and retiling around exposed plumbing, this complex job is best left for the pros. The 18-step procedure involves some highly technical maneuvers that could keep your bathroom offline for a frustrating amount of time. If you’re not absolutely sure of what you’re doing, don’t attempt it.
You can get a free estimate for the job here.
Since wall mounted sinks don’t have the storage space of traditional vanities, you may want to consider using the extra room to hold your toiletries—as long as you keep them looking neat and tidy in storage containers. Also, consider keeping a stool underneath the sink if you have little ones that can’t reach.
Wall hung sinks first came on the scene in the 1980s, when designers began exploring ways to save space in cramped quarters. By the 1990s they were quickly growing in popularity.
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