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Bathroom Sink Installation

When you need a bathroom sink installed in Rock Springs, WY, call the experts at Aspen Mountain Plumbing. We have been serving the area for over 20 years and are ready to help with any bathroom remodeling or repair job! Call (307) 922-4413

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Bathroom Sink Installation: Aspen Mountain Plumbing

Bathroom sink installation is an essential consideration for anyone planning to renovate their bathroom. Bathroom sinks come in a variety of shapes and sizes, as well as customized finishes to suit your taste or match the color scheme of your bathroom.

Your bathroom sink and all of its parts

A Bathroom sink is a basin that typically rests on the vanity and is used for personal grooming and hand washing. When installing a new bathroom sink, it's essential to know what parts come with the sink. A new sink will have a drain hole, a faucet mounting area, and a pop-up stopper. Bathroom sink drains are available in different styles, including the standard three-hole set up with one spot for hot water on the left side of the drain, one for cold water on the right side of the drainage, and another that's an overflow to prevent clogs from backed up waste or more. Bathroom faucets are available in a variety of finishes, including chrome, brushed nickel, or oil rubbed bronze. The pop-up stopper is the piece that attaches to your sink drain and helps you stop water from draining out when not using it for handwashing or personal grooming.

Why it's best to have Aspen Mountain Plumbing install your bathroom sink

A bathroom sink is pretty heavy, and in most cases fragile, so if you don't install it incorrectly, the chances of it falling off the wall or tilting on an angle, or even breaking increase substantially. Also, you need to know that not all bathrooms have a perfectly flat surface on which you can rest the sink. Bathroom sinks sometimes come with a metal bracket and screws that can make them more secure, but this method is not always practical. Depending on the size and style of sink most fits your bathrooms layout and look.

To avoid any issues during the installation process, you should hire an experienced plumber in your area who has experience installing bathroom sinks, such as Aspen Mountain Plumbing.

Consider calling Aspen Mountain Plumbing at (307) 922-4413 or schedule your next bathroom sink installation online at www.aspenmtnplumbing.com/booking.

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