1). Basin Type.If you are replacing an existing basin it is easiest to fit one of the same type ( not necessarily the same colour or form). Croydon Plumbers fit basins.2). Assess the Walls.Have a poke around in your bathroom . Find out more about the structure of the walls especially where the basin is to be fitted. Any doubt you can call an expert like Croydon Plumbers .3). Solid Walls.Solid walls are great for wall hung basins where the plumbing is to be mounted on the surface. They are a problem if you want to conceal pipes.4). Hollow Walls.Hollow plasterboard walls are good for hiding pipes but not good for a wall hung basin.5). Pedestal Basin.A pedestal basin is a good option in that the pedestal not only supports the weight of the basin, it also conceals untidy pipes behind it.6). Wall Hung Basins.Wall hung basins are great for small rooms where there is a shortage of floor space, as you can mount the basin so that it partially hangs over the bath. You must assess the walls first. A Croydon Plumber is qualified to fit all basin styles.7). Counter Top Basins.Counter top basins are a great idea in a large bathroom, when you want to both conceal all the pipework and have extra storage space under the basin.8). Fitting a Pedestal Basin.If you want to fit a washbasin in the shortest time and at a low cost, then a small pedestal basin is the best option. The pedestal does push the price above that of a wall hung basin of the same size. It cuts down on the amount of work that is needed to fix the basin to the wall.9). Fitting a Counter Top Basin.These are freestanding with their weight being taken by the structure of the cabinet so it can be fitted independently of the walls.