" removing this thing" If you are careful not to damage cabinet, your door knob removal tool will come in handy. Tops are usually just held on with glue, fiber glass mite have some screw clips holding it. Easy to remove and top can be broken sawn into smaller pieces. best call the hab store first to see if they have a top and a cabinet.
You need to go by hab store any way, lots of stuff cheap. Like doorknobs. Most of stuff in my local hab stores is new, donated by builders, dealers who are overstocked or discontinued items like flooring. Some is like new, barely used, we just bought double wall oven, $200. 5 gallon paint $10. faucets, all kindsa stuff.
There, see what happens when you add your location? I been askin and askin, PM did it. Now we know you got hab store. And that it is not worth 100+ mile trip for you to come get this old sink and rusty doorknob I got. Plus you'd be passing my hab store on way, where you could get new.
Measure twice, cut once.
Look at the nail, not the hammer. Watch the fence, not the blade.
If you hook your thumb over your belt you won't hit it with the hammer or leave it layin on the saw table.
Yeah we have gotten a few things for the rentals from Habitat for Humanity, but usually only stuff like non-locking door handles and flooring. For my old trailer i did get a few light fixtures there but thankfully i dont need them here. im not entirely sure they have anything else i need, most of what i need is plumbing related or plywood.