Homeowners often choose to install a utility sink in their garage. While the garage doesn’t always have straightforward plumbing like a bathroom or laundry room, it is a simple access point to various supply lines and hookups in your home.
If you don’t want to tromp through your whole house to reach the sink, this setup might be for you.
You’ll need access to drain pipes with both cold water and hot water. In addition, a drain line needs to remove the wastewater.
If you want to DIY this project, it’s best to have some knowledge of plumbing beforehand. Otherwise, you’ll be more likely to damage your piping and your garage.
The step-by-step instructions to install a new utility garage sink is to connect the water supply lines, install the drain pipe, and then install the new sink. Here’s what you’ll need to do for each.