I am going to rough in a lavatory sink. I know it needs to be 32" wide and
I set the PVC drain stub out right in the middle and about 17" above the
Now I want to rough in the water supply lines hot and cold. Is it true that
different types of sink may require different spacing and heights of the
water supplies and I can't do the rough in until this is finalized?
Is it typically to rough in the water supplies above or below the stubout?
I will not be using a cabinet, so the plumbing will be exposed, probably it
will be a vessel sink. Is there a standard on where I can set the supplies?
I am thinking I will set the hot supply 3" to the left of the drain, and the
cold 3" to the right, and 1" above the drain. But I have not yet decided on
the lav sink...actually, my wife has not decided, and even when she does,
she may change her mind, and so I am preparing for the possible change, and
how I can rough things in knowing things are not 100% set in stone.