So who would of thought a leaky faucet would equal two new sinks, faucets and vanity top. So our hall bathroom had some leaky sinks, and Jeff was able to fix them once before, but they were old and started to leak again. So Friday night Jeff decided to try and fix them one more time. This time he took the faucet out and took it to Home Depot for some help. They told him that they don't make those size and type of faucets anymore, and that he had two options. First, was to try and fix the internal parts, or 2nd was a new sink and faucet because a new faucet wouldn't fit into the old sink. So Jeff decided to try and fix the internal parts first. He brought the new parts home put them in the old faucets and nothing!! The old faucets decided to totally give out, so it was new sink and faucet time. Well, Jeff got everything unhooked underneath and went to pull out the first old sink and all the little tiles decided to come up with the sink. Lets just say it was a very frustrating Friday night. So he spent the rest of Friday night pulling tiles up and getting the bathroom ready for a long Saturday project. Early Saturday morning Jeff headed back to Home Depot for some help on putting in a new vanity top and sinks. He was saddled with a picture of the bathroom vanity after the sinks were out and the measurements of the sink, and hoping for a realistically reasonable solution. Thank goodness Heavenly Father was watching out for Jeff and we got one. Below are some pictures of the day and how it progressed. Daniel was so excited to be Jeff's helper. I am so proud of Jeff, he has never done something like this, and he did a great job. Thanks Danny for the use of your jig saw, could not have done this with out it.
Friday night after the sinks were out and the tile was off the top.
Daniel helping Jeff take off the edging tile.
Jeff drilling the screws in to hold the counter down.
Daniel holding a flash light for Jeff so he could see better to start hooking everything back up.
Here is a picture of the new sinks and vanity top all done.
A close up of one of the sinks.