Currently shipping most products within 4 - 6 weeks

FAQ

 

Common questions about our vanity bases

Q: Do you keep any vanities in stock?

A: Yes, we do have some vanities in stock, typically without finish, that way we can finish them right before they are shipped. Call or email for availability.

 

Q: What are standard ship times for vanities?

A: Visit our terms and conditions and look under “estimated ship times”

 

Q: How do the vanities ship?

A: Typically we ship them via freight; small vanities may go through UPS.  They don’t usually ship on a pallet; we have custom boxes made in order to fit them nice and tight.  If two or more vanities are purchased, we may put them together on a pallet in order to save money and for ease of handling.

 

Q: What are the vanities made out of?

A: They are all made from steel or hand forged iron.  Many of our designs are laser cut out of either 1/8” or ¼” plate.  If sheet metal is chosen, we use 20 gauge material.  Refer to the description under each individual vanity for further information.

 

Q: Do you offer custom designs?

A: We have our stock designs in order to offer our customers the very best price.  Custom designs can be available for clients wishing to have that one of a kind vanity.  Depending on the complexity of the design and whether or not CAD drawings will have to be made, will dictate much of the price.  Small custom changes can be made for a minimal charge.  Shortening the legs will typically not require an up-charge.  Custom sales will be final and will be required to pay half down upon ordering. Call or email for a quote. 

 

Q: Are custom finishes offered?

A: As of right now, we do not offer custom finishes.  If a person wishes to have a custom finish, we recommend that they order their vanity unfinished so that they can have a custom painter finish the base for them.

 

Q: Do you offer tops for your vanity bases?

A: As of right now, we do not.  Being that our vanities are a higher-end product, our customers typically like to choose their own countertop.  We recommend that you look up local countertop fabricators in your town or city.  Commonly used tops are… Granite, Quartz, Quartzite, Marble, Concrete, Wood, Glass etc…

 

Q: Are shelves offered?

A: They haven’t become a standard offering yet, but yes we can offer shelves for an up-charge.  This will be considered a custom order, custom order terms apply. 

 

Q: Are back legs offered?

A: They haven’t become a standard offering yet, but yes we can offer back legs for an up-charge. This will be considered a custom order, custom order terms apply. 

 

Q: Do I need to make sure and hit studs while I’m installing my vanity?

A: We don’t think it’s imperative to hit studs, it always helps, but by not doing so, the vanity will still be just fine.  If you don’t hit studs, you must use toggle bolts on all offered screw holes in order to secure it to the wall.  If you purchase one of our vanities that does not have legs, we recommend at least grabbing a stud with the top screw holes that are offered.

 

Q: How should I secure the countertop to the vanity base?

A: This is quite simple, we recommend using a little liquid nails or silicon between the top strap and the counter.  We also recommend that you bond the backsplash to the wall and to the counter.  A countertop fabricator will most likely already know this, so you shouldn’t have to worry about it.

 

Q: If I choose not to have the sheet-metal backing, how much of the underside of the sink will I see?

A: This really depends on the type of sink chosen; most sinks are decorative underneath, so it shouldn’t be a problem. If an under-mount sink is chosen and it isn’t attractive to look at, you’ll want to choose the sheet-metal backing as an option.  If you choose a sink bowl that will go on top of the counter, then sheet-metal isn’t necessary unless you just like the way that it looks.