Re: Pedestal Sink installation
Posted by Terry Love on March 21, 19100 at 15:22:25:
In response to Re: Pedestal Sink installation

: I read the 1/12/99 questions and response to the pedestal sink as respects hiding the pipes - in a
: response it stated "solid raisers" - what are these? Currently, I have just a sink attached to the tile
: wall by a "now rusty" bracket and you see the curved pipes from the sink to the wall - are these the
: "solid raisers"? Anyway, I want to get a pedestal sink installed - so, what does this usually run in price
: for a plumber to do this work if I already have the sink purchased, but I would want the plumber to install
: new pipes from my wall to my sink - is this possible? Also, once the old sink is removed from the tile
: wall, there is going to be a rust spot because the bracket is looking really bad - will I be able to remove
: the rust from the tile or will the pedestal sink I purchase hide this if I measure the height correctly?

: Sorry for all the questions, but I have no idea where to start - please give me a starting point...
: Shannon

Shannon,
Those pipes are the solid risers I would guess. If you have the new lav, you will know if the old bracket will be hidden by the new lav. Does the new lav come with a bracket? Labor to install a pedastal lav varies from area to area, and existing conditions. A ball park would be $205.00 plus parts




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