1. What type of vanities do you sell?
We sell a variety of different types of vanities, contemporary, traditional, Victorian and many unique vanities that you might not find in other places.
2. How can I tell the quality of the vanities?
All of our vanities come from reputable vendors which we have worked with for years. The wood vanities are made from hardwoods or rubberwood and are treated to withstand moisture. If you are not happy with your vanity, you can follow our return procedures.
3. Do you stand by your vanities?
Yes, any vanity that we sell we stand behind. You can return a vanity if there are any problems with it.
4. How do I narrow down my vanity search?
In the left hand corner of the vanity page there are ways to narrow your search. You can search by vendor, size, type and style.
5. What if a vanity is delivered damaged?
Please refer to our return procedures on our website. You should check the vanity before the shipper leaves to make sure there is no damage.
6. Can I buy a mirror from another vanity?
If you find a mirror from another vanity, contact our customer service representatives to check to see if it can be ordered as a standalone product.
7. Is the warranty information delivered from the manufacturer with the vanity?
We stand behind all of our products. Nerino products have a one year warranty. Each company has its own warranty policy.
8. What is rubberwood?
Rubberwood is taken from Hevea brasiliensis, also called a Para rubber tree. These trees are cultivated for their natural latex sap because they yield a high quality wood with a tight grain. Rubberwood is ecologically sustainable timber, making it a "green" product.
9. What is a veneer?
Veneer is a thin surface layer of finely grained wood applied to a base wood surface.
10. Are the colors in the picture what I can expect the vanity and countertop to look like?
The colors that you see on your computer should be very close to what your vanity will look like. Oak, maple, walnut and espresso are some of the wood colors that vanities come in.
11. What does it mean that the vanity is sealed?
Vanities are sealed with several coats of finish so that they do not warp from the humidity found in a bathroom.
12. What is a pop-up drain?
Pop-up drains are drains that you push down with your hand so that you can close the drain and when you push again the drain pops up to let the water out.
13. Can you customize any of your vanities?
Many vanities come with choices such as a variety of sizes, countertops and some have more than one finish. Some vanities come with faucet choices. Some vanities do not come with a countertop. Those can be purchased and you can customize them with any countertop.
14. What if I have a problem with my vanity after the warranty period?
If you have a problem with your vanity after the warranty period, your best recourse will be to contact the manufacturer directly to see if they can help you resolve your problem. We can give you contact information to help you if needed.
15. Do you have touch-up sticks in case the vanity has a scratch?
Most hardware stores have a variety of scratch cover-up products. You might also be able to get touch-up products from the vanity manufacturer.
16. What is an overflow?
The overflow is the small hole in the sink that allows water to flow into it to keep a sink from overflowing.
17. Can I order any vanity without the countertop?
Some vanities can be ordered without a countertop. Check the description of the vanity that you are interested in to see if that is an option.
18. Are glass countertops tempered glass?
Yes, any glass countertops are made of tempered glass.
19. Do all vanities come with a faucet, mirror and sink included?
While in the picture all vanities have faucets and mirrors and all accessories shown, the vanity does not necessary come as a set with everything included. Every product page will have a list of items that are included at the price. Make sure you read the description carefully.
20. What is the best way to keep my new bathroom vanity clean?
Cleaning your vanity will depend on the type of vanity you purchase and the material it is made out of. Most glass and acrylic bathroom vanities should be cleaned with a regular glass cleaner. Stone, stainless steel, cast iron, and many others will have to be cleaned with a cleaner made specifically for those materials. Make sure you avoid using harsh chemicals on natural materials, as that can damage your vanity, in some cases permanently.
21. What are the reasons for price differences between vanities?
The biggest reason for differences in price would be the material that the vanity is made from. Vanities made from natural materials such as glass, stone or wood will be heavier and thus cost more.
22. Should I purchase a single vanity or a double bathroom vanity?
A double bathroom vanity would be a great option for couples or families who get ready at the same time. Keep in mind that a bathroom vanity also provides storage space as well as counter space, so if you have the room in your bathroom for a double bathroom, then purchasing a double bathroom vanity would be a good idea.
23. What is the difference between a vessel sink and a pedestal sink?
A vessel sink is a sink that is shaped like a bowl (many options on the size and material) and sits on top of a pedestal or a bathroom vanity. A vessel sink can be easily removed and moved to a different bathroom or replaced with a different sink. A pedestal sink, however, is a set on its own, it comes attached to a base and cannot be removed, and it's a one piece item.
24. What is the best way to install a vessel sink?
Installation of the sink will depend on the size and style of the sink. It will also depend on whether you are planning on having the sink sit on top of the vanity or have it be recessed into it. Both installation methods will require a proper adhesive; however installing the sink on top of the countertop is much easier. Once the sink is secured onto the countertop, simply insert the drain through the drain openings.
25. Which measurements do I need for vanity cabinets?
You will need to have the width of the item (side to side), the depth (how far it will stick out) and the desired height of the item. Keep in mind that you will need a little extra space for moldings, and room for cabinet doors to open.