How Do I Raise The Plumbing Behind the Vanity?
Our bathroom remodel has forced us to learn some basic plumbing skills. With the tub successfully installed and the plumbing moved over to center with the wider tub we now have a new issue!
The vanity we purchased would have higher plumbing to meet the sinks than the old.
The way our plumbing is for the double sinks now-
the 2x4's have been cut out to give room for the pipes and a brace has been placed.
What would be the best way to raise the plumbing without compromising the integrity of the suppot beams? Sorry if this is a silly question, we are completely new to plumbing but pretty dedicated to DIYing this.