It is easy to upgrade the look and function of your bathroom by replacing a wall mounted sink faucet. This blog will give you a step-bystep guide on how to replace your wall hung faucet, whether it’s for a new design or an outdated or faulty faucet.

From preparation to installation we will provide all the necessary information for a smooth and satisfying faucet replacement.

  1. Prepare for the Replacement Before starting the process of replacement, it’s essential to gather the required tools and materials. These include an adjustable wrench and basin wrench. They may also include plumber’s tap, a new wall-mounted faucet, or a bucket of towels to catch any leaking water. It will save you time and make the replacement process easier if you have all of the necessary tools on hand.
  2. Shutting off water supply: To prevent any leakage, it is essential to shut down the water supply at the sink. Locate the shutoffs under the sink, and turn them in a clockwise direction to fully close them. After closing the valves, open the faucet to release the remaining water. This will help prevent any possible water damage and ensure an easy and clean replacement process.
  3. Remove the Old Faucet. Using the right tools, carefully remove your old wall mounted sink faucet. Begin by disconnecting any water supply lines connected to the faucet. For tight spaces, a basin tool can be useful. Next, loosen the mounting nut that holds the faucet to sink. If there is caulking on the base of your faucet, you can use an utility knife to cut it gently before lifting it away from the sink.
  4. Preparing the Replacement Faucet Before installing the replacement faucet, you should prepare it. Apply plumber’s adhesive to the threaded connectors of the new tap to create an airtight seal. Also, read the instructions from the manufacturer to ensure that your faucet is installed correctly and to determine any special requirements.
  5. Installing the Replacement Faucet. Once the old faucet has been removed and the replacement faucet is ready, it’s now time to install it. Align and position the new faucet properly over the mounting hole in the sink. Tighten the mounting nuts underneath the sink to secure it in place. Overtightening the mounting nuts can damage either the faucet or sink. Reattach the water lines after the faucet has been secured. Ensure that they are correctly connected and tightened.
  6. Before you consider the job completed, it’s important to test the faucet for leaks. Slowly turn the water supply valves on and check around the connections for any drips. If you find any leaks, make sure that the connections are tightened properly or ask a plumber for help. Once you’re sure that there aren’t any leaks, clean around the faucet. Then enjoy your newly remodeled wall hung sink and its new faucet.


It is relatively easy to replace a wall-mounted faucet in your bathroom. This can improve the look and functionality of the room. Follow the steps outlined here to remove the old faucet from your sink and install a brand new one. You will be able to improve the look and efficiency of the sink by following this guide.

Remember to shut off the water and test for leaks prior to completing the task. With the right tools, patience and attention to detail you can achieve a satisfying wall hung faucet replacement.