The difficulty of installing Rain Shower Faucets depends partly on the type of faucet, but mostly on your access to the underside of the sink and the plumbing setup. Installing a faucet is easiest during new construction, when you’re installing the cabinetry, sink, and countertop, because you can usually do most of the assembly before installing the sink.
In situations where you’ll be installing a faucet on an existing sink, access is trickier because it can be awkward working underneath the sink, inside the cabinet. One tool that sometimes makes the job easier is a basin wrench—it allows you to reach up and tighten fittings behind the sink bowl. To make the assembly steps more understandable, in this article we show how to assemble the faucet on a new sink, working above the countertop.