How to Install Bathroom Faucet Plumbing with Randy from R Squared Renovations

Randy, a General Contractor in Dallas, TX and Owner of, demonstrates how to install the plumbing for a bathroom faucet drain. If you are in the Dallas area and are looking to remodel your bathroom, give him a call at 972-998-8544. http Transcription: Here we have the countertop sitting on the vanity, We’ve bought ap trap installation kit. You can get it at any home improvement store. It comes with the P trap itself. That’s what we are looking for. The trap holds water in here so you don’t get sewer gas coming up back through. We have a trap adapter mounted here. Essentially all these fittings are slip joint fittings. There is a plastic washer that has a cone shape. it’s what seals the pipe. It acts like a compression fitting that will seal this pipe onto that fitting there. These have wings on them so they all need to be hand tightened. You really don’t need a wrench for these to fit together properly. Using a wrench would just cause them to break. We have a 6 inch tail piece extension that will go on the bottom of the drain that came with our faucet. That slips into here and everything is adjustable. You have about an inch and a half worth of play in both of these up and down. Everything should go together without cutting anything and just by hand tightening everything. If these parts are a little too long, they do make them in a 12 inch extension if your drain coming out of the wall was lower and you had a higher vanity they come in a 12 inch

7 thoughts on “How to Install Bathroom Faucet Plumbing with Randy from R Squared Renovations

  1. What is the name of the part that connects to the p trap from the sink . I mean the part that comes down from the plug hole? Thanks
    Informative film, just going to install my own sink

  2. The part that connects the p trap to the sink is the tail piece. The pop up assembly is what I think you’re referring to as the “plug hole” 🙂

  3. By all means, feel free to send us a pic! The size of the p-traps are pretty standard at 1.25″. You’ll need the appropriate sized trap adaptor though (usually 1.25″ or 1.5″) to connect the pipe. Send the pic to hillary @ uniquevanities (dot) com and she’ll get it over to me! Thanks!

  4. Thank you so much for posting this video my bathroom sink was clogged took out the drain and put the plastic suction things on wrong. And my bathroom sink was still leaking because of you I fixed it by myself and saved money thank you so much

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