Bathroom vanity countertops are available in a wide range of styles, from a piece of counter and sink models, counter tops cut to drop-in sink fixtures. Options for materials are almost as varied, from Formica to faux marble and stone. Whether you have added new vanity cabinets under a bathroom remodeling or you fill in a new bathroom, installation of vanity top will be part of project. Basic procedure is same for all types of vanity top you have chosen
Set new vanity top on vanity cabinet to check that plumbing holes are not covered by cabinet frame and that top closes close to wall. For corner bathroom vanity countertops with attached backsplash, use a framing square to check wall corner is square. Lift new vanity top over vanity cabinet, lower it is in place and press gently down corner harnesses. For fiberboard-based Formica vanity tops, bandage insert a 1 1/4 inch Stitcher screw down from each cabinet to ensure vanity top.
For all other types of bathroom vanity countertops, allow construction adhesive to cure for at least 24 hours before continuing with plumbing installation. Apply a strip of latex tub and tile seal strips to backsplash edge to complete final gasket between vanity top and wall. Vanity top installation is now complete and ready for plumbing fixture installation.