Installation of faucets, strainers and piping for double sink drains can seem daunting, but the right advice will make it easier. This blog will guide you through the installation process, whether it’s for the first or second time.

Following these tips and instructions, you will have a functional double sink drain within no time.

Gather the Tools and Materials

Gather all the materials and tools required before you begin the installation. Included in this list are a wrench or pliers, plumbers tape, tailpieces and slip nuts as well a basin wrench. Installing the sink will be much easier if all of the required equipment is available.

Prepare the Drain Holes and Sinks

To remove all residues or debris, thoroughly clean the sink. Avoid scratching the sink by placing it upside down. Install the baskets strainers into drain holes. Ensure a tight fit. Install plumber’s adhesive tape on the basket strainers threads to create a tight seal.

Install the Faucets

Install the faucets on the sink according to the instructions of the manufacturer. The faucet stems should be inserted through the mounting holes. They can then be secured from below using the provided nuts. The nuts can be tightened with a basin ratchet to ensure a strong connection. Connect the supply lines of water to the stems on the faucets. Be sure to label the cold and hot labels.

Connect the Tailpieces

Attach the tailpieces onto the basket strainers. Make sure they fit snugly. Secure the tailpieces using slip nuts. Do not overtighten. The tailpieces attach the basket strainers and drain pipes, and are crucial in the direction of the wastewater.

Install the P-Trap Drain Pipes

Assemble your P-trap, drain pipes and P-trap in accordance with the layout of your double basin. The P trap creates a seal that prevents odors entering the area. Slip nuts are used to secure the P trap and drain pipes. They ensure proper alignment and tightness. You can adjust the pipes to fit your double sink.

Test for Leaks

Turn on the water to check for leaks. Check the connections for any loose fittings, and tighten them if needed. To ensure proper drainage, turn on both sinks and run the water simultaneously.


It is possible to install faucets, strainers and pipes in a drain for a two-sink sink with the correct guidance. Following the instructions outlined on this blog will allow you to complete the installation successfully and have a functional double sink set-up in your kitchen or bath.

Don’t forget to collect the tools and materials needed, prepare the drain and sink holes, install the taps securely, connect tailpieces, assemble P-traps and drain pipes and test for leaks. It is important to take the time necessary to install these components properly. This will help ensure that they perform as expected and avoid future issues. Enjoy the convenience of your double sink drain once it is installed!