Sink bowls – You will need a plumber to install or check all of your pipes to make sure they are working properly. However, you can install certain fittings yourself. Before installing the new toilet, check your local bathroom fittings regulations. In some areas, only flush toilets need to be installed. Also, measure the distance between the wall and the screws that secure the bowl to the plant to make a container the correct size for your bathroom.
Put two new 3 1/2 inch cabinet screws on the toilet flange. This is the ring that screwed to the bathroom floor that the toilet bowl sits on. Cover part of the floor with a pile of newspapers or a blanket. Place the toilet bowl upside down on top of a pile of newspapers or a blanket to protect it from scratches. Place a wax seal around the hole in the bottom of the toilet bowl with the flat side of the seal facing the floor. Apply putty to the outside edges of the container bottom. Turn the toilet back to the right and align the hole in the bottom of the toilet bowl with the hole in the bottom.
Press the toilet to the floor so that the wax and pipe sealant is tightly watertight. Thread the nuts through the flange bolts protruding through the holes in the bottom of the toilet bowl. Place a level on the toilet bowl to check that it is level and wedge the plastic toilet bowl under the bottom of the toilet bowl to straighten it out if necessary. Depending on the type of latch plug, you may need to fill the plumber’s spatula before putting it on the latch to stay in place.