Replacing a Bathroom Faucet

Installation Instructions

When replacing an old faucet there are generally three things to consider: how many holes your sink has, how far apart they are, and whether or not you will need to replace the drain. You will need to purchase a faucet that matches your particular hole pattern. If you do replace the drain, consider buying a new trap and tailpiece as well. It is much easier to work with new pipes than old and the cost is not prohibitive.