So I purchased a new vanity -not really knowing enough about plumbing. But anyway here is the issue at hand. I am hoping there is fix as I want to have a new bathroom vanity installed soon.
The old vanity had a sink to the right of the counter top, and the new one is in the center of the vanity. So after ripping out the old one and seeing that the pipe is in the wrong place (which I should have realized prior) it needs to be repiped to the left about 12 inches. My husband is getting ready to cut a whole in the wall and repipe (scary) to the left. Is there any advice on doing this and what needs to happen inside the wall to the pipes. (pictures would be great here) I would just have him repipe outside the wall, but the new vanity has drawers on both sides so it needs to be direct. Please help so I can pass on the info to him.