I am installing a new laundry sink. It is fairly lightweight and I am concerned about someone accidentally bumping into it and damaging the drain connection. There are holes in the feet to fasten it to the floor.
I want to fasten it to the concrete floor, but do not want a big penetration into my foundation; just something strong enough to hold it firm. Would I use nails or screws? What kind? I just have a hammer and a decent corded drill. I want to be able to take it out.
1) Pin the plastic legs into the sockets they slip into.
2) On the bottom of the FRONT legs pin a 1" x 3" scrap of stainless steel
(18ga is plenty; drill a pair of pilot holes at each end first)
2a) Plastic anchors into the floor (or tapcon)
3) With two more 1" x 3" scrap pieces of s/s make a pair of angle brackets (with 2 holes ea)
4) Find at least one of the studs behind your sink location (if not block)
(through screw from the faucet ledge into the angle bracket).