Farmhouse sink IKEA – A farmhouse sink, or apron sink is a large basin sink is normal depth, making it ideal for washing large pots and pans. There is often a single basin sink. The sink requires a deep U-shaped cutout to seat on the front of the sink. Most kitchen cabinets are too high to provide this, which means either the cabinet must be tailored to meet the farm sink, or changes to be made to existing cabinets. Another consideration when installing farmhouse sink is the sink weight, requiring extra support.
Make a template for the front of the cabinet face. There may be a template include with the sink. If there is, you can make your own template by adding farmhouse sink IKEA, face down, on a piece of cardboard. Trace the outline of the sink on the board. If your farmhouse sink has a lip, note its location on the template, so you can make the right adjustments when cutting panel front. Then cut the cardboard template out, and hold it against the front of the sink. If it is not completely accurate, make adjustments to correct.
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Place the cardboard template against the face of the cupboard where the sink will be determined. And then trace the outline of the template on the cabinet. Cutting the cabinet, by means of a reciprocating saw, along the traced line. Then add support for your cabinets to hold the sink extra weight. Further support and guidance can come with your sink. If not, add two additional inside the cabinet for the sink to rest. Set farmhouse sink IKEA in the cabinet. Install drain and cranes and connect water supply.
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