igneous· retired guy
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We're doing a remodel of our bathroom, and after the tile guys finish the floor, I will install a new vanity, similar in dimensions to the previous one, but this one is 36" high instead of the lower one. I will have to cut new holes for the drain pipe and water lines that are in the wall. Two sinks. I watch Tommy Silva do stuff like this, but I'm not clever at discerning locations for holes. I have a 2' sink base, a 12" drawer cabinet in the middle, and another 2' sink base. The right side is against a wall. Any tips at cutting these holes (two sets) and getting cabinet level and plumb? I could cut one just one hole for all three under each sink, but I'd like to try to do it right.