27 Feb How To Choose A Kitchen Sink Replacement
Maybe you have been wanting to update your kitchen sink for quite some time now or you are remodeling your entire kitchen and on the hunt for your next kitchen sink. Either way, your next kitchen sink replacement can easily be the centerpiece of your kitchen or a major disappointment. Make sure the kitchen sink you choose is both functional and nice to look at, especially if you find yourself standing in front of it often.
Kitchen Sink Replacement
Stainless steel, enamel-coated cast-iron, composite, fireclay, copper, the list goes on. Kitchen sinks these days are made out of lots of different types of materials. Make sure the material you choose matches both the design you want but also the upkeep. For instance, stainless steel is durable and easy to clean but it dents and scratches more easily.
What is your personal style? What is the style of your home? Despite whether you’re a fan of modern or more traditional design, there is a lot to choose from. Modern designs look sharp and can also be great space savers. Yet a traditional sink can give your kitchen the elegance you might be looking for.
What kind of faucet do you want? If your sink comes with pre-drilled holes for the faucet, your options may be limited. Just make sure you can find a matching faucet that will fit your sink choice that is both functional (for you or whoever will use it the most) and matches the look you are going for.
Size & Functionality:
Eyeing that huge farmhouse sink? First make sure you have enough room for it. If your remodeling plans call for a smaller sink or you simply don’t have the space, it may not be feasible. Plus, you don’t want your kitchen sink to look disproportionate to the size of the kitchen. Also, look at how many sink basins you want – one or two is typical. You can also choose the depth of the bowls. For instance, one large deep bowl with a smaller, shallow bowl you can use for washing vegetables.
Call All American Plumbing Services, 727.943.8300, to talk to a kitchen sink installation and replacement expert.
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