Hanrietta Meyer. Sinks and Faucets. July 25th , 2017.
There are many factors to consider when choosing a kitchen sink. Think about the countertop first. Different sink materials fit different needs. Optimize your workspace with a variety of options. A solid surface countertop of manmade material, natural stone, concrete or wood will allow for an under-mounted sink installation. This design produces a cross-section view of the countertop and creates a clean, simple line.
Flexibility of size. "You can make your granite kitchen sink any size you want; you’re not limited by what the manufacturers have to offer. Most of our ‘trough’ sinks are 6 feet long. We usually limit the depth to 9 inches because anything deeper is not ergonomically comfortable," De Giulio says. Often his company installs granite sinks with multiple levels inside, such as a 4-inch or 6-inch-deep section.
Get the most use out of your sink with a range of options. The following options can offer you flexibility and optimize your space to fit your particular needs.
Isley‘s primary task is to help clients select a sink and faucet that will work well and withstand years of daily use. To that end, Isley always asks clients how they plan to use the kitchen sink. "It will make a big difference in which one I will recommend," he says. Here‘s what you should keep in mind when making your own choices:
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