08:55AM | 09/10/00
Member Since: 09/09/00
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When our house was built 20 years ago, we wanted 2 sinks in the master bathroom. However, the builder failed to let us know just how small that "master" bath was going to be. Now I want to take out one sink and have a nice counter top. But how? I don't know where to start.

4-K Carpenters

07:01PM | 09/27/00
Member Since: 05/15/00
21 lifetime posts
What kind of countertop are you considering and where would you like your sink. If you want a marble top, you could take the measurements of you existing countertop, sink included and have them make one for you. Or you could purchase any other top to the length and width you need and install the sink yourself. You'll have to cap one of the water pipes for your existing sink and use the other for your new sink. That part is not hard. The hardest thing that you'll run into is cutting the whole for your sink, but wherever you get the top from they should be able to cut this opening for you.


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