|Posted by GregO on July 14, 2004 at 16:18:31:|
|In response to Re: installing a pedestal sink|
Even if you don't have kids or animals that may cause that sink to "spill forward", I wouldn't "lightly" secure it. I would always bolt that sink securely, and not rely on drywall. Dutting out the drywall is not necessary; just use the correct length bolts.
: 99% of all the people i've spoken with suggest cutting out the sheetrock and bolting the sink to the studs.
: now, heres my question.
: the instructions with the sink dont say to do it that way. they have just attaching to the sheetrock with sheetrock bolts, washers, and something else for sheetrock that spreads open when twisting a bolt in them.
: can it be done the way the manufacturers instructions read and is that an o.k. way to do it?
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