Can I Raise The Bathroom Sink?

Answer:

Whether you have back problems or would just like your basin to be a raised a few inches, it is possible for you to raise your vanity to a height that is more comfortable and easy to use. A short bathroom vanity can lead to a hunched back and extreme discomfort for taller individuals.

Answer:

The sink sits on the countertop or mounted from underneath. Can’t raise the sink by itself without raising the complete countertop. This can only be done by raising the base cabinets and that involves disconnecting plumbing to the sink, dishwasher (if you have one).


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you raise the height of a pedestal sink?

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What is the tallest bathroom vanity height?

It's so hard to make everyone happy. Traditional vanity heights in older homes range from 30 to 32 inches up from the floor. The modern trend is toward higher vanities, up to around 36 inches. For reference, that's the standard counter height for kitchens.

Is it OK to adjust bathroom sink stopper?

Yes, you can clear clogs while you're adjusting the stopper. The added benefit of doing this job is that you can remove any hair or gunk that’s contributing to a slow-draining bathroom sink. You can also get rid of that nasty odor that happens each time you run your bathroom sink water.

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