Peggy Hewitt. Sinks. August 22nd , 2017.
Undermount and drop-in sinks are usually used with vanity cabinets, and either mount underneath the sink opening or simply drop into the sink opening. Because they are used with a countertop, these sinks offer a lot of space for toiletries. These sinks are usually made of vitreous china, ceramic, fireclay, or porcelain, but are sometimes available in unique copper, bronze, and glass options.
This is the case for kitchen remodeling projects, that though do not require much effort to execute, many homeowners make the mistake by not spending enough time shopping around for one of the most important items; the kitchen sink. And when selecting a stainless steel kitchen sink things get even more complicated. That is why we have compiled this list of stainless sinks brands to watch for this summer season to help you spend less time fixing your kitchen and more time enjoying it.
Sinks had been used for just washing our hands, face, brushing out teeth, shaving, washing utensils and other normal activities. But utility sinks have changed the way people use sinks and it has become something that can be used to wash almost anything that can fit into them. With such advantages it is not surprising that utility sinks are getting popular so rapidly.
Your kitchen doesn’t have to be boring. You can always pick the right colors, the perfect cabinets and the most practical accessories in the market. But when it comes to the kitchen sink, your best choice is stainless steel. American Standard, which has been around for over 130 years, can be the first place to start shopping around for your next remodeling project. The new Culinaire double bowl stainless sink model 7502.000 may very well be what you need, since it offers organic looks, with a satin-finish that will make your guests envy you next time you throw a small party. Since this stainless kitchen sink fits the most common counter tops, it has become the hot item of the company.
In the case of an undermount bar sink, the job is definitely more complicated. In fact, in most cases you will want to have a professional install your undermount sink. If you happen to have a hole prepared in your counter matching the specifications of your sink, you can attempt the job yourself. The actual mounting of the sink is not the hard part. The difficult part is usually making and finishing the sink hole. Since the sink mounts under the cabinet, there is no flange showing on the counter. This means the counter top has to have a rounded and finished edge leading down to the sink. This is where you are very likely to need a professional.
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