There’s a fairly simple task that most homeowners can handle on their own – replacing a faucet. Of course, this is not to say that replacing the entire sink basin or vanity is simple enough that anyone can do it – let’s be sure that we’re talking about just the faucet.
The general process is straightforward. Disconnect the water supply from the old faucet. Remove the old faucet and, if attached, the drain as well. Install the new faucet according to the manufacturer’s instructions (which are typically pretty easy). Install the new drain, if it’s included with the new faucet. Reconnect the water supply lines to the new faucet. Test it out, and you should be in business! Of course, that’s the simplified version of the process, but there’s honestly not a lot more to it. If you have doubts or run into any trouble, give it a YouTube search! There are probably a dozen people who have installed the very same faucet and recorded the process.