Krystal Bates Towel Bar August 29th, 2018 - 03:57:37
We're gonna place the towel bar there. So both sides of this towel bar are going to be anchored in a stutter on wood, and that's a great thing once you find your stud. The next thing you should do is grab a level. This is just a two-foot level. This is my empire, and the nice thing is what you can do is just line it up, where you want your the right hand, side in this case of that tail bar to be, and make sure that your level is absolutely level and then place a mark where the next stud is located so now you have a reference line to make sure that that towel bar is absolutely level because you don't want the towel bar to being sloped like this.
It's just isn't gonna look good, so definitely just go out and buy yourself a 2-foot level. One does this by the way, if you're wondering I'm placing this tab, where I have 43 inches up off the finished floor, it's a comfortable height and the reason why I have to do that is so that we can be a few inches below the wall plate for the GFCI here these are the towel bars that I'm mounting they're made by American Standard they're called the green tea towel bars, but nonetheless they come with these mounting brackets that are embedded via a set screw. So you just take an Allen.
Wrench you loosen the set screw and you pull the mounting bracket out from the towel bar, so these are pretty great because they have four different screw holes in them. The only thing that's a little bit tricky with this particular bracket is the shape. So we definitely want to make sure that it's nice and level before we mount it into the wall with the other screw. In this particular instance, I'm placing my tape measure on the center hole here in the center of the bracket and measuring over 18 inches. This will give me the center of the next bracket.
I also measured 43 inches up off the floor now that fit only works if your floor is absolutely level so make sure you double-check this mark with a level and there you go, it actually is pretty level and that's good. So what we're gonna do is place another screw in the top hole of this mounting bracket. At this point, it's a good idea to drive fit your towel bar on the brackets. It looks good, so the next step is to just add, in this case, two more screws to each bracket.
Okay, then you just slide the towel bar on to the bracket and then tighten them using the Allen wrench. Now, because this is a small bathroom makeover, I had to stack the second towel bar above the first towel bar, primarily because I wanted this to be honest, I'd, but also we just kind of ran out of space on this wall here now, the top of the towel bar.
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