Can you put a regular kitchen sink in a mobile home?
If you are replacing the kitchen sink in a mobile home, you will want to buy a sink made for mobile homes unless you are replacing the counters too. Mobile home counters are not as deep as site built homes and there isn’t enough room to install them.
What size is a mobile home kitchen sink?
Most mobile homes come standard with a double bowled stainless-steel sink ranging from 9” to 12” in depth. Also available in the sink world are double-bowled sinks with one bowl smaller than the other.
How do you install a sink step by step?
Kitchen Sink Installation in 8 Steps
- Measure and Mark the Kitchen Sink’s Layout.
- Mark the Cut Lines onto the Counter.
- Cut a Sink Opening with a Jigsaw.
- Install Kitchen Faucet.
- Attach Strainer Over Plumber’s Putty.
- Set The Sink and Connect Water Supply.
- Connect the Drain Pipes.
- Attach Dishwasher Drain and Tidy up.
Is mobile home plumbing different?
Pipe Location: Because mobile homes are structured differently than traditional homes, it should come as no surprise that the location of pipes is also different. Water line pipes in mobile homes often rise up from the floor and work in the same way as those that originate in the wall in traditional homes.
How do you install a kitchen sink without mounting clips?
Take the masking tape off the counter. Place the sink into the cutout and trace the edge lightly with a pencil. Remove the sink and run a line of silicone caulk around the cutout, in between the cutout and the traced outline. Set the sink into the opening and press the edges firmly into the silicone caulk.