We are trying to install a pedestal sink in the bathroom and was wondering what to do since the lines are coming out of the floor instead of the wall.
Cut the supply lines close to the floor and angle the 90 towards the pedestal. 90 up again into the pedestal. Pedestals are tough to re-rough. It seems your going to see the water lines no matter how you do it. If that doesn't appeal to you, Run the supply lines in 3/8 chrome nipples. Again cut them low to the floor and solder a female adapter on, then hide the fittings with eschuteons. A PVC trap is easier to use, because you can hand tighten enough without a leak. Chrome traps are more difficult to tighten up.
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