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Tools You Need for DIY Wall Mount Faucet Installation

Tools You Need for DIY Wall Mount Faucet Installation

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For those who are redesigning a bathroom, DIY projects are often a go-to choice. Installing your own bathroom accessories cuts down on the cost of a remodel. If you are thinking of installing a wall mount faucet in your bathroom, whether for your sink or shower, you will need to have a few tools on hand.

Before we dive into the necessary tools for this DIY faucet installation project, let’s discuss what a wall mount faucet is, as well as the situations where this faucet is ideal. For bathroom sinks, a wall mount faucet makes the most sense in small spaces where large vanities are an issue. This style is also well-suited to minimalistic and modern designs. In the case of bathtubs and showers, wall mount faucets are a commonly seen fixture. They can be swapped out to update a design or for practical reasons when an older tub faucet mount has passed its prime.

Here at Kingston Brass, we have an array of beautiful and high-quality wall mount faucets to meet any need. Browse our wall mount faucets to get a good idea of what your DIY installation project will entail.

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Gathering Your Tools

The first step to any DIY project is ensuring you have the right tools on hand. When it comes to installing a wall mount faucet, there are a few items that are necessary to complete the project successfully. The following is a quick list of tools you’ll need to get started.

  • Measuring Tape — To place the faucet components correctly, you will need to measure the distance between the bathroom faucet fixture and the sink or tub.
  • Pencil — You will need to mark where you will be installing the faucet with a pencil after measuring the area.
  • Drill — Once you have marked the measurements on your wall, you will need a drill to create holes for fastening bolts.
  • Wrench — Depending on the type of hardware with your faucet, you will need an appropriate wrench for securing the bolts in place. This could be an Allen wrench or a standard open-end wrench.

Aside from these basic tools, the only other items you will need on hand are the faucet itself and the hardware that comes with it for installation.

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Renovate With a New Bathroom Wall Mount Faucet Today

As you can see, DIY sink and bathtub faucet installation is not a complicated process. Adding wall mount faucets to your bathroom can help free up space while retaining a practical component of your bathroom. Check out our wide selection of wall mount faucets and start renovating your space today.

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