This was the super fun part…NOT. I dropped both sinks in and they fit like a glove!
I will not tell you ALL about the difficulties with the hardware…but the biggest thing was the distance between the holes for the water lines, and the back of the 2×6 that was supporting the cabinets, was not enough room. There was a lot of cursing, drilling and shipping to get the faucets to fit correctly.
AND there were a lot of trips to HD to get things like a longer line for the cold water…yes, the guy in the plumbing department knew very well what I was doing by the end of this project!
Had to take a break to put the medicine cabinet together.
And I checked to make sure the drawers functioned correctly.
Here was the most difficult task of all and took more than just a day to figure out. I had to research the building codes to find out how to correctly install an additional drain pipe. We did not want to break apart the wall to do this, so we opted to connect it to the original pipe. I did find out it can be no more than 30″ from the main drainage pipe. I also learned that it did not need a J trap on the second pipe. That is there to prevent backup from sewage gases, and the first one accomplishes that.
After a lot of curing again, and MANY more trips to HD, I was able to correctly install and tighten all the pipes so that there were no leaks. Yay me!
And the final product!!! Running water, draining, and all!!!