|Posted by ew on February 23, 2004 at 16:04:53:|
|In response to In my house it would be braced!|
If it was my house, it would be braced! No questions asked. There is no way drywall can be expected to safely do the job. Yes, the downward weight is being carried by the pedestal but, what about when a child hangs on ot or an adult grabs it for support? The plumbers you talked to just don't want to be bothered. Hope they have good liability insurance.
: Hi everyone. I need a little advice on attaching a pedestal sink to drywall. The sink is an American Standard Cadet and has no bracket, just the holes in the in the back of the sink itself. The insturctions say to add a 2x6 support in between the wall studs behind the drywall to support the sink. The soon to be half bath is 32" wide and thus there is only one stud right in the center of the wall. So, I am assuming I would add one 2x6 brace on each side of that center stud and connect the other ends with the studs that make up the corners of the wall. Correct?
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