Vanity sinks (square or oval porcelain sinks)

Upgrade Your Kitchen with a New or Repaired Sink

A worn-out sink and vanity can really be a sore thumb. You’ll be glad to know replacing them is probably easier than you think.

Have you been eyeing a new farmhouse sink for your kitchen? Or do you love the one you have but need it to be repaired? We offer exceptional repair and installation services that can completely transform your kitchen.

When we install a new sink, we take care to ensure that it is done properly without any leaks that could cause water damage in the long-run. If your kitchen has already suffered from water damage and the resulting consequences of mold, rot, and mildew, our team can help you with that too. We can even repair or install brand new garbage disposal so your kitchen is not only beautiful, but it is functional too.

For the easiest installation buy a new vanity and sink that are the same sizes like the old ones. Of course, you can always measure your space and find a sink and vanity that will fit.

Our Installation Procedure:

Step 1

Assemble the faucet and drain on the sink before you install it on the vanity. To see the steps, check out our How to Install a Bathroom Faucet video.

Step 2

Add a thin bead of silicone adhesive to the rim of the sink opening in the vanity. Try not to get it on the face of the cabinet.

Step 3

With the help of another person, carefully set the sink top on the vanity, making sure the plumbing is lined up. Let the adhesive cure.

Step 4

Once the adhesive has cured, reconnect the drain. If the tailpiece is too long, cut it with a hacksaw. If it’s not long enough, you can find plumbing kits at Lowe’s with extension pieces to reconnect your drain.

Step 5

Reconnect the water supply lines.

If you have old, faulty water supply valves, you’ll need to replace them. First, turn off the water at the main house valve.

A newer type of valve similar to a compression fitting uses special teeth to lock onto the pipe and a rubber ring to create a seal. To install it, clean the pipe, and then simply push the valve onto the pipe.

Once your new valves are installed, turn on the water and check for leaks. Then attach the supply lines to the new valves.

Step 6

Apply a bead of bathroom caulk along the back edge of the sink. Clean up any excess.

Step 7

Turn on the water to test for leaks and make any necessary adjustments.

Step 8

Reattach the vanity doors and drawers to finish the installation.


We’re composed of professionals who are fully insured and highly qualified. Our technicians have an average of 10 years’ experience. This means you get consistently high-quality, guaranteed workmanship.

Porcelain sinks offer a clean, timeless look that is complementary to nearly any kitchen style. The white porcelain is an eye-catching option for homeowners who are either looking to upgrade their current kitchen or want to increase the value of their property.