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sink question, contractor-handy type

VarmintmistVarmintmist Posts: 8,305 Senior Member
There has got to be a easy answer to this, but I am not seeing it.
Background... When I built the house (ranch) I put in drains for a bathroom in the basement center on the west side. When the guys came to put in the manifolds for the radient heat, I was not there, but told the wife to have them put it where the well came in (east side center). I got home and the plumbing was complete, on the west side, sticking into the laundry room far enough to be in the future shower. To late and they put them where they were told to. There was X amount for the project so that was that.

Fast fwd till now. The OD wood burner has given me good service for 12 seasons, and it is time to put a furnace and AC in and next year go to a regular wood stove and about 5 cord a year vs 17-20. So the wood burner is going up for sale and I am getting gas. Talked to the guy doing it and we are going to make the floor one zone, and he is going to move the manifolds. I still am going to leave a chase, but the laundry room/bathroom is again a go.

I picked up two sinks. One is a full sized vanity type, about 24 wide made to go on top of the vanity, and another round on that could go in a counter top. I wanted to use the rectangular on on a "vanity" that will resemble two sides of 5/8ths plywood and some shelf space.

How on earth do you attach the sink to the vanity???? No holes, no hooks, just porcelain cast marks and a tiny lip. If I go with the round, the counter will again look a lot like painted plywood that has a hole cut out for a sink, but there is no provision on the sink to attach anything to the sink. Smooth on the lip and casting marks.
It's boring, and your lack of creativity knows no bounds.


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