If you’re renovating your kitchen or bathroom, I see a sink in your future. Sinks add character to your ideal design. Sure, there are many sinks out there. But don’t worry, we have a nice selection on display in our showroom. If you’d rather buy your own sink, that’s ok too. Just have it on hand when they come to do the template.
Let’s start with the Model #908, which is stainless steel, like all of the sinks that I will talk about from here on in. They are also all undermount sinks, which is pretty standard. The #908 is the “ go to” sink because it’s nice and deep, coming in at 9” deep. It’s also easy to keep clean.
The #508 Model is called a “D” Bowl because it looks like the letter D when you look at it sideways. With this sink, you have a bigger soaking area, which means that you could put bigger pots and pans. Just a side note: the faucet needs to be drilled on the right or left side because of its unique shape.
The #408 or Jumbo sink is like the #908 but bigger and 8” deep. That brings us to the #308, which is the same as the Jumbo sink but is divided 70/30. It is also called a vegetable because it allows you to separate your food.
The #208 Model splits the sink in two. It’s called the 50/50 and is 9” deep.
The Farmhouse Sink is trending now. It is fabricated in an 18” gauge stainless steel and has a stainless steel apron.
Vanities are usually made of porcelain. We have an 18 by 12” rectangular undermount sink in white or bisque and an oval vanity, same measurements and color options. The oval is 61/2” deep and the rectangle is 6” deep.
Like I said, there are a lot of sinks out there. It all boils down to visualizing how your kitchen sink will increase productivity while achieving the “look” you desire.
Keep in mind, sinks don’t just stop there. We carry bar sinks and other special order custom sinks, that can take you to the limits when complimenting your project.