I'm not a handyman. But I want to save money. I've never worked with any plumbing (or electrical work (or pretty much any other diy work other than in the yard)).
We're remodeling our kitchen a little. We've placed an order for new counter-tops, but Lowe's has said that we have to handle the sink installation ourselves (or hire an outside contractor I guess). I'd like to do it myself, but this seems like a large project for a first-timer.
The current setup is a drop-in, double-basin sink with a disposal. We would like to install a single-basin, undermount sink, and convert the plumbing/disposal to accommodate this.
Could someone tell me what to expect here? First thing, I'm not sure how I'm supposed to handle installation if I can't install an undermount until they arrive with the counters to begin with. Beyond that though, how hard of a plumbing project is this?
Thanks for any tips.