Aug 2, 2012, 06:45 PM
I'm looking to replace my sink and faucet. I have a new sink (the proper size, etc) ready to go, but it seems that the old sink is attached to the copper plumbing underneath. Is this a job I can learn how to do with some help from a friend, or do I have to hire a plumber? I am looking to cut costs, but just wonder how hard it will actually be to deal with the copper pipes. It is an old home. I thought the switching of the sink would be easy until I learned of the pipe. If we get a pipe cutter, can this be done by us?