The corner pedestal sink usually has a trim, elegant pedestal. Although the corner pedestal sink is a simple sink, it is not always simplistic. The corner heat sink comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. You can also select the type of faucets and handles for the sink to create any environment you would like for your bathroom. Mounting the pedestal sink in the corner is no different than mounting the sink in any other area of the bathroom.
Turn on the water supply to the sink. Put the faucets and spigots in the sink by inserting them in the corresponding holes. Connect the sinking flexible pipes of the fitting faucet. Tighten the tubes with a wrench. Note that the copper pipe that is connected to the faucet will receive water from the pipes of the house, while the plastic pipe will deliver water to the tap.
Connect the faucets to the pool by sealing them with plastic provided O-rings or with plumber putty. Mold the putty in a straight pencil shape, and circle around the mounting location. Slide the tubes through the holes, and tighten the lock nut. The lock ring and washer hold the tap in place. Connect the pin by placing a locking ring in the center hole. Get your connections tight, since you will not be able to reach them once the sink is assembled. Connect the plastic supply tubes to the “T” on the bottom of the spigot. Connect the water supply to the faucets.