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Things to consider when choosing a sink
Composite or Stainless Steel
Composite and Stainless Steel sinks are two popular options for kitchen sinks, each with their own set of advantages.
Composite sinks typically come in a variety of colors, while Stainless Steel sinks have a more industrial look and are usually silver or gray. Composite sinks are made from a combination of materials such as granite, quartz, or resin, while Stainless Steel sinks are made entirely of steel.
Advantages of Composite sinks include their resistance to stains, chips, scratches, and their ability to dampen noise from running water or clanging dishes. Coming in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes, there are many Composite sink options when considering the specific look and needs of your kitchen.
Why Stainless Steel?
Advantages of Stainless Steel sinks include their affordability, as they tend to be less expensive than composite sinks. They are also easy to clean and maintain. These sinks are scratch, stain, and chip resistant. Stainless Steel offers a sleek, modern look that fits well with many kitchen styles.
Styles of Sinks for Consideration
Types of Sinks
There are several types of sinks available for different purposes and styles. Undermount sinks are mounted underneath the countertop for a sleek and seamless look, while drop-in sinks sit on top of the countertop and are easy to install. Dual mount sinks can be installed as either an undermount or a drop-in sink. Farmhouse sinks have a large, apron-front design that adds a rustic charm to the kitchen. Vessel sinks sit on top of the countertop and are often used in contemporary or modern bathroom designs. Each type of sink has its own unique features and advantages, so it’s important to consider the specific needs and style of your space when selecting a sink.
How We Can Help
At Stone Statements, we specialize in undermount sinks for kitchen and bathroom countertops. We do not offer farmhouse, drop-in, dual mount, or vessel bowl sinks, but if requested, we can measure for and drill the necessary holes for installation. However, it’s important to note that the plumber and contractor will be responsible for actually installing the sink if it is not undermount. Our focus on undermount sinks allows them to provide high-quality and seamless installations for a clean and modern look.
We carry different styles of sinks and MOEN commerical grade faucets, including 50/50 and 60/40 sink models, as well as a variety of different sized single bowls.
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If you’re taking the time to install a new sink, why not add a matching faucet? Stone Statements offers commercial grade MOEN faucets that will add a touch of style and functionality to your kitchen.