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    Looking to upgrade or replacement of your kitchen sink?

    Whether you're looking to add the finishing touches on your kitchen remodel or have picked up a newfound love for cooking and need a more capable workspace, there are many reasons to update your sink.

    Kitchen sinks ranging between style and material. Each type contains tips on best uses, pros and cons and counter fitting points. Once you've narrowed down to the sink that will best fit your needs, check out our extensive selection of kitchen sinks to find one that suits your kitchen.

     

    Fireclay farmhouse sink

    Farmhouse Sinks

    A farmhouse style sink, also known as an apron sink, extends over the edge of your counter. This type of sink is most commonly used in a traditional or rustic farmhouse style kitchen and can be designed with a single bowl or double bowl. These sinks are gaining popularity with the resurgence of rustic and farmhouse interior design. They typically come as fireclay or cast iron and are incredibly durable and easy to clean because of their nonporous material. Farmhouse sinks have a deep basin perfect for big families, lots of dishes and cleanup. They can be pricey and are more difficult to install because you have to cut out a large portion of your counter.

    Drop Down and undermount stainless kitchen sink single or double bowl

     

    Stainless Steel Top Mounted kitchen Sink

    A top mount kitchen sink, also known as a drop-in sink, drops in to the counter which creates a lip or rim around the sink. This is a versatile option because it's easy to install and provides extra support meaning that you can use almost any material, no matter how heavy. One factor to consider is that grime and debris can get caught on the lip and can make the cleanup more difficult.

    Before you make your final decision on a kitchen sink, consider your cooking habits, cleaning needs, counter space, style and budget. These key factors will help you determine what sink best suits you and your lifestyle.

    Types of Kitchen Sinks

    Farmhouse Sink

    A farmhouse style sink, also known as an apron sink, extends over the edge of your counter. This type of sink is most commonly used in a traditional or rustic farmhouse style kitchen and can be designed with a single bowl or double bowl. These sinks are gaining popularity with the resurgence of rustic and farmhouse interior design. They typically come as fireclay or cast iron and are incredibly durable and easy to clean because of their nonporous material. Farmhouse sinks have a deep basin perfect for big families, lots of dishes and cleanup. They can be pricey and are more difficult to install because you have to cut out a large portion of your counter.

    Undermount Sink

    An undermount sink is installed directly under the counter, creating a seamless look from countertop to sink. This type of sink is versatile and works with most kitchen layouts. Not only do these sinks look sleek, but they also make for easy clean up because debris can be pushed straight into the sink without catching on a lip or rim. It's worth considering the weight of the sink that you choose since it is typically installed with glue which attaches to the underside of the counter and the sink. Most fireclay or cast iron sinks will not work with this installation method because of their heaviness.

    Stainless Steel Sink

    Stainless steel sinks are light and easy to install, making them a functional and popular option. Stainless steel sinks are categorized by sheeting thickness, or gauge. A thicker gauge means the sink will typically be heavier and cheaper, while a thinner gauge will mean the sink is lighter and often more expensive. Stainless steel sinks tend to be noisier than other sink materials and they can dent, but they offer great heat and stain resistance.

    Bar Sink

    Bar sinks are installed in a home wet bar and are generally smaller and more shallow than your average kitchen sink, making them a secondary option. They are typically a single bowl design used for prep work, drink-making and convenient cleanup. If you have a large family or group of friends, a bar sink is great for entertaining in your home bar, patio or terrace.

     

    Kitchen islands are becoming increasingly popular and with that, so are kitchen island sinks. These sinks can be used as a primary or prep sink, depending on your needs. Kitchen island sinks are a great way to compliment your workflow and save you space on your main counter. They can also turn your kitchen island into a complete workspace. They look beautiful on a wood, granite or stainless steel island, so your options are endless in terms of design. If you are thinking about adding a sink to your kitchen island, be sure to consider the extra costs of installing plumbing to your kitchen island.

    Single bowl kitchen sinks are great for small kitchens with limited counter space. Single bowl sinks make cleaning large cookware much easier because you can lay them flat at the bottom and not have to worry about debris splashing onto your counter. Single bowl sinks aren't great for multitasking like cleaning and cooking at the same time, so they're recommended for smaller households or single individuals.

    Double Basin Granite Compsite Kitchen Sink

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    Farmhouse Sink

    Your faucet type is an essential first step before any repair. This tutorial will give you an overview of the four most common types of faucets used in the home:
    • Ball

    • Disc

    • Cartridge

    • Compression

    Handle Type: Single

     

    Ceramic disk faucets are the latest development in modern faucet technology. They are identifiable by their single lever over a wide cylindrical body. The disk faucet mixes hot and cold water inside a mixing chamber called a pressure balance cartridge. Two ceramic disks at the bottom of the chamber will raise and lower to control the volume of water flow. The temperature is controlled by a side-to-side rotation of the handle. These faucets are high quality, very reliable, and do not need repair very often.

    Handle Type: Single

    Double-handle cartridge faucets look almost indistinguishable from a compression washer faucet. However, you can tell the difference by how the handles feel when used. A compression faucet requires you to tighten down (compress) the washer to close the water flow. With a cartridge faucet, the action is smooth and consistent. With a half turn, the handle goes from the off to the on position. The faucet turns off without added pressure being required as with a compression faucet.

    Handle Type: Single or Double

    Compression washers have been around since the beginning of on-demand indoor plumbing. They are found in older homes, and updated versions are often found used in utility sinks in newer homes to this day. These faucets are typically the least expensive but are most prone to leaks and maintenance. Compression washer faucets are identifiable by their separate hot and cold water handles and their action requiring you to tighten the handles down to close off the water flow. These faucets work by using a compression stem, which is a type of glorified screw with a washer at the end of it pressing against a valve seat.

    Handle Type: Double

    Bathroom Faucet :

    Not all bathroom sink faucets work with every sink, so it's important to make sure the faucet you choose will fit your sink or basin. Standard faucet drillings are centerset, single-hole or widespread.

    4-Inch Centerset
    Moen Satin nickel centerset bathroom faucet4-inch centerset faucets are made for washbasins with three holes and have handles that are 4 inches apart. They combine a spout and handles on a single base unit. Some centerset faucets may have two handles mounted onto a 6-inch plate.
    Single-Hole
    Singel hole polished chrom bathroom faucetsA single-hole bathroom faucet can have a single handle or two handles. If your sink has already been drilled for extra holes, use an optional plate to cover them up.
    Vessel

    These taller faucets are meant to complement a vessel sink, which sits higher than other sink types. Vessel sink faucets typically come with a single, multifunction handle.

    Wall-Mounted
    Cifial Wall mounted bathroom faucets in chrome finishWall-mounted bathroom faucet options are available for above-the-counter and freestanding basins that require a long spout for extended reach. They won't work with basins that have drilled holes. Wall-mounted faucets require a separate wall-mounted valve and drain for installation. Make sure the spout is long enough for adequate basin clearance. Check that the sink is deep enough to prevent water from splashing on your floor or countertops.
    Widespread
    cifial Widespread bathroom cifial faucetsWidespread bathroom faucets work with three-hole basins. They have three separate pieces, two handles and a spout, and the spacing between the handles ranges from 6 to 16 inches.

     

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    • Coordinate your faucet color and finish with the rest of the fixtures and accessories in your bathroom. A chrome waterfall faucet pairs well with modern home designs. Or make a statement with black bathroom faucets.

    • Choose spot-resistant finishes to simplify cleaning. Popular faucet finish choices include:

      • Black

      • Brass (Antique or Polished)

      • Bronze

      • Chrome (Matte, Brushed or Polished)

      • Copper

      • Gold

      • Nickel (Brushed,Polished or Satin )

      • Stainless Steel

      Some faucet sets come with a combination of finishes such as brass and chrome, which offers a unique look. A combination finish can also be a cost-effective way of making a change in your bathroom. For example, if you currently have brass fittings, you could update with a chrome and brass faucet. Just remember to stick to the same finish (for example: polished versus antique).

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