Types of Sinks

Your sink is at the center of the action in the kitchen. Available in stainless steel, fireclay or quartz, these attractive sinks help maximize the workspace in the kitchen while keeping countertops clutter free.

Your kitchen wouldn’t be complete without the right kitchen sink. From traditional stainless steel to the stylish yet durable quartz composite. You will also find taps, countertops and other accessories to help complete your project.

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How Do You Use Your Sink?

If you want to remodel your kitchen or replace your old kitchen sink, start by asking yourself these basic questions. How am I planning to use my sink? How big is my closet space? How many bowls do i need? When you answer these questions, you are on your way to finding the perfect kitchen sink.

kitchen sink are popular with homeowners with granite or quartz countertops. When installed under the sink, you can showcase more of your countertop and gain a small countertop space. Plus, cleaning is easy.

Recessed or top-mounted kitchen sinks are easy to install. As the name suggests, simply drop it in your current cabinet partition. The rim fits nicely on any countertop.

Farmhouse kitchen sink are also called apron front sink. People like wide, deep basins and open facades. Not only do they look great, but they’re also great for washing large pots and pans.

Each of these sinks is available in a variety of materials including cast iron, stainless steel and copper. Find out more about your choices of colors, materials, and styles in our kitchen sink buying guide.