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Hi guys, I'm very worried about my home renovation and need some advice. Please help!

My contractor just got the plumber to install my bathroom vanity basin. It is a wall-mount, rectangular flat-bottomed basin. Now, after a week, I noticed that the water in the basin does not drain properly. Water will collect in the front part of the basin instead of flowing into the drain hole. This is because the whole basin is sloping downwards at an angle from the wall!!!

Will re-adjusting the basin level means the plumber has to hack away the concrete holding up the sink? Will it affect my wall tiles and the built-in cabinet under the basin?

I am worried and sleepless becos of this and there will surely be a delay.

If anyone knows, please give me some advice! Thank you!

 

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Hi guys, I'm very worried about my home renovation and need some advice. Please help!

My contractor just got the plumber to install my bathroom vanity basin. It is a wall-mount, rectangular flat-bottomed basin. Now, after a week, I noticed that the water in the basin does not drain properly. Water will collect in the front part of the basin instead of flowing into the drain hole. This is because the whole basin is sloping downwards at an angle from the wall!!!

Will re-adjusting the basin level means the plumber has to hack away the concrete holding up the sink? Will it affect my wall tiles and the built-in cabinet under the basin?

I am worried and sleepless becos of this and there will surely be a delay.

If anyone knows, please give me some advice! Thank you!

Reflect that to your contractor and ask him to fix properly for you.

 

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Hi guys, I'm very worried about my home renovation and need some advice. Please help!

My contractor just got the plumber to install my bathroom vanity basin. It is a wall-mount, rectangular flat-bottomed basin. Now, after a week, I noticed that the water in the basin does not drain properly. Water will collect in the front part of the basin instead of flowing into the drain hole. This is because the whole basin is sloping downwards at an angle from the wall!!!

Will re-adjusting the basin level means the plumber has to hack away the concrete holding up the sink? Will it affect my wall tiles and the built-in cabinet under the basin?

I am worried and sleepless becos of this and there will surely be a delay.

If anyone knows, please give me some advice! Thank you!

The plumber don't need to hack away anything, just tear away the silicone and unscrew the two screws behind and he can reposition it.

 

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