Sinks. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 23:38:15 PM
Copper is man’s oldest metal, dating back more than 10,000 years. Its use in the home in modern times ranges from copper tubing in your plumbing system to some of the finest cookware available. Restaurateurs, hoteliers and interior decorators look to copper and brass as naturally inviting metals that make a statement of quality, comfort and beauty. It is no wonder that copper has also become a popular material for sinks in the kitchen, bath and bar.
Jack Healy is part owner of Sinks Gallery and Copper Sinks Online. Sinks Gallery offers the largest collection of artisan and designer kitchen, bath and bar sinks available in North America. Copper Sinks Online offers an extensive variety of hand hammered copper sinks. As a 20 year veteran of the plumbing industry, Jack has written several articles aimed at helping the homeowner make more informed choices when purchasing plumbing products.
At this point everything that holds the sink in place will have been removed. Make sure you have carefully stored the pipes and clips you used as some of them may come in handy when installing the new sink. Lift the sink directly from the counter-top and place it in your garage or store room. You may need to do some cleaning on the area that is beneath the sink rim before you install a new sink.
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