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Freestanding Vanity - Improving Your Bathroom Design
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FAQ About Freestanding Vanity
Does Freestanding Vanity Has to be Attatched to Wall?
Although a freestanding vanity means that it stands on the floor on its own, for safety, it's better to attach the wall, for a freestanding vanity can bear its own weight but can't support your weight. Also, a vanity attached to the wall is easier for sink plumbing installing.
Are Floating Vanities Sturdy?
While it may seem that floating or wall-hung vanity units are flimsy being hung from the wall, the opposite is true. Conforming to industry standards and safety requirements, floating vanities are firmly anchored to the wall with brackets that have been accurately installed into the wall.
Slotting into these brackets the floating vanity does not shift and is able to maintain its height without falling from the wall or presenting a hazard for homeowners.
What is a Freestanding Sink?
As the name suggests, freestanding sinks and vanities are units that are separate from the wall, standing detached from the wall completely. Because they are not supported by the wall these units are propped on solid legs and well-balanced, ensuring that they don’t present a trip hazard.