By Zdzislawa. Kitchen Sink Cabinet. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 07:38:36 AM.
Kitchen sink cabinet combo. Whether you plan to remodel your whole kitchen or just update your sink and faucet you have a lot of decisions to make. There are lots to choose from when it comes to picking out a new sink. Visit any home improvement store or plumbing supply warehouse and prepared to be inundated with styles, sizes, materials, colors, and configurations. This article will discuss some of the more popular options to consider when it comes to picking out kitchen sinks.
The first thing to decide is whether you are doing a complete remodel, with new cabinets and countertops, or are you just replacing an existing sink. Sinks can become dented, scratched, chipped, or faded as the years go on and several homes have a builder's grade sink, which is a little poorer quality to cut construction costs. If we are just replacing the sink we have to consider what is currently in place. Also, see if it is a top mount or under cabinet mount. Top mounts are easier as the rim usually covers about an inch of the countertop for adjustment. Under cabinet mounts can prove more of a challenge as the tile or finished surface fits snugly to the top of the sink bowls, making it more of a precise fit. For the do-it-yourself-er you could tackle a top mount but, unless you are pretty experienced, you may want to consult a professional. Whatever type of sink you decide there still a lot of options.
A stainless sink has always been very popular kitchen sink cabinet combo. They are durable, easy to clean, and relatively light, making them easy to install. If you decide to go with a stainless sink be sure to check the thickness of the material. The main problem with these sinks is they tend to dent easily. The thicker the material is the harder it is to dent.
Ceramics sinks kitchen sink cabinet combo are beautiful and come in several color options. These sinks are heavy. They are constructed of cast iron with a coating of ceramic and glaze for the finish. The ceramic gives it a look of tile. One caveat is, if you drop something on it, there is a chance you can chip the surface.
There are also a lot of composite kitchen sink cabinet combo materials, like granite, thermoplastics, and resins. These have recently become very popular due to production costs, durability, and bowl configuration. You will find these kitchen sinks in even the nicest homes. Whatever your choice, have fun and be careful.
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