Installing Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder

Last time we wrote about the Moen Banbury Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder in brushed nickel we purchased at The Home Depot Renew and Redo Your Bath event.

While it was not one of the many bathroom accessories on sale for 20% off, it was one which fit our en suite’s accessories and finishing.

Now, what about the installation?

It is not hard; it simply entails several small steps.

First of course is the removal of the current toilet paper holder.

Removal of Toilet Paper Holder Installing Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder

Once done, I wanted to see if the ends of the new pivoting toilet paper holder were the same size as the one being replaced. If it was perhaps I could save some installation work. Well, as the picture below shows, while the styles are very similar the new holder has smaller ends.

Old and New Toilet Paper Holders Installing Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder

The next step was to use the installation template provided in the packaging to measure and see if the space between the ends of the new accessory was the same as that for the toilet paper holder it was replacing.

Installation Template Installing Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder

Sadly, it was not; the new pivoting toilet paper holder was longer. So, I needed to remove the anchors on the wall from the old T.P. holder.

Now, I could reuse with just a little finagling icon wink Installing Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder the set of holes in the drywall on the left. For the holes on the right based on the distance from the template they ended up being to the right of the existing holes.

Toilet Paper Holder Installation Materials Installing Pivoting Toilet Paper Holder

The installation instructions call for use of a drill with a 5/16′ths drill bit and into the resultant drywall holes I would place the butterfly drywall anchors as part of the collection of installation components received as part of the Moen Banbury toilet paper holder packaging, shown above.

However, as fortune would have it, for one set of the holes in the drywall I would not need the butterfly anchors? Know why?

Well, simply select this link to the next article in this pivoting toilet paper holder installation series.

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