Heidi Gilmore. Sinks. January 25th , 2017.
The next type of sink is the console sink. This setup looks like a table with a sink in the middle where the back of the table is against the wall and the front of table is supported by two legs. These legs are usually pretty ornamental. The console sinks are best suited to smaller spaces because they have an open feel and make a space fell bigger than it actually is. I would use this type of sink in a guest bath because you can use the space underneath the sink for a basket to hold extra towels or toiletries.
You will actually want to install faucet hardware into the sink before you place it into the counter. The faucet should come with instructions for that particular model, and we recommend following the manufacturer’s directions. Test the swing of the faucet now before you tighten the nuts and bolts. This is also when you’ll install the strainer into the drainhole of your new sink, usually with plumber’s putty. Be sure that both of these items are watertight - you don’t want a leak!
Console lavatory sinks require more space than pedestal sinks, but give a wonderful vintage look to your bathroom. Console sinks are mounted on two or more legs that offer both style and support to the top basin. The water supplies are exposed with this type of sink.
Kitchen sinks are primarily broken up into two distinctive styles, drop in and the now popular undermount sinks. The drop in sink is the most versatile because it can be utilized in any countertop surface, whereas the undermount is primarily restricted to solid surface countertops. The hottest sink on the market for style today is without a doubt the stainless steel undermount sink because it gives a very clean line to the countertop and is now the option of choice for most new homes with granite and other types of solid surface.
Before you begin removing the old sink you should ensure that you have the correct measurements for the new sink. Keep in mind that not all sinks have the same measurements. Attaining the correct assessments will assist in finding a sink that will match the shape and size of the one that was removed. If you choose a sink that is bigger or smaller than your original one, you may need to replace the counter-top as well. A larger sink is better as it will require you to create additional space for the sink instead of replacing the entire counter-top.
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