Q: How much will the parts cost to build it?
A: As of November 2011, your cost from 1 trip to Lowes (or equivalent), 1 trip to Walmart, and specialty parts found online will cost you around $650.
Q: What tools will be needed?
A: You’ll need the following
- Saw (preferably a miter saw for cutting the boards)
- Drill with Phillips head bit
- Large Flat head screwdriver
- 1-inch wood drill bit
- Sharp knife
- Caulking Gun
- Wire cutters
- Tape Measure
Q: How long will it take to build the sink?
A: If I had all the parts in front of me, I could build it in one day. You’ll watch me do it in the step-by-step videos. With or without an assistant, I’m sure you can put this together in one weekend. But there’s no need to rush if it’s the off season.
Q: What are the benefits of building a sink?
A: Big savings on labor and shipping costs. Plus, you’ll know how it works and how to fix it if problems arise.
Q: Why is there an open design of the cabinet?
A: First, it is not a requirement to have a closed cabinet. Second, there are several advantages to the open design:
- Lower construction cost
- Lighter weight
- Easy access to equipment
- Easy to clean
The design of the cabinet allows you to close the front, if you wish, with several options (doors, solid panel, curtain, company banner, etc).
Q: What’s the benefit of a propane sink vs. an all-electric sink?
- You don’t have to be near an electrical outlet
- Save on vending application fees (some festivals charge more for electrical hook up)
- No delay in heating water with propane on-demand heater
- Lighter weight of cart
- About $100 in savings vs. electric water heater and electric water pump
Q: What’s the benefit of an all-electric sink vs. a propane sink?
- Can use in an enclosed trailer or indoor event
- No propane bottles to carry or refill
- No batteries to carry or recharge
- No flames, fumes
- No fire extinguisher needed
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