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All You Need to Know before Buying a Kitchen Sink

Posted on September 02, 2016

Introduction

A kitchen sink is one of the most important accessories in your kitchen. Selecting the right one is going to make a big difference to the way your kitchen looks and functions. In addition to being an integral practical utility in your kitchen, your kitchen sink also acts as a major aesthetic determinant that can improve the visual appeal of your kitchen drastically. The impact of a smooth finish and complementing material might be wonderful for your kitchen. If you are planning on renovating your kitchen, getting the right sink would be one your primary concerns. The large availability of stunning designs may entice you, but extra care should be taken to buy only the one that fits aptly into your budget and practical requirements.

Across Australia, there are a lot of hardware stores which offer plenty of options when it comes to kitchen sinks. Selecting the right one may prove to be a laborious task with these options. You need to consider a great many criteria before zeroing in on that perfect fit. A good deal of research is advisable before you actually get close to your specific product. Some of the specific information that you need to acquire before heading out to buy a kitchen sink are:

  • Materials used for the construction of the sink
  • Size and configuration of the sink
  • Depth of the bowl
  • Installation type

Acquiring sufficient knowledge on these pointers before your purchase will save you from a lot of trouble in the future. Noticing something negative, after the installation and complicated plumbing work, is definitely going to be a big stressor to your kitchen renovation plans. Hence invest a little time in knowing more about some of the intricate aspects surrounding the ubiquitous kitchen sink!

 

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How do I know the difference between the various types of Kitchen Sinks?

When it comes to choosing the perfect kitchen sink for your kitchen, the primary focus is given to its size and design, so that it adds aesthetic value and blends wonderfully in your kitchen space. But there are many more features to look into, when choosing the perfect kitchen sink for your vessel washing regime. Please read on to find out the various types and features of kitchen sinks, before you make your final choice.

 

Based on the build material of the kitchen sink

Kitchen sinks constructed with various materials are available in the market currently, and choosing one to suit your needs can be a herculean task; but not if you read on to learn more about it. This section will help you identify the various materials used in the construction of a kitchen sink, understand and distinguish between the materials and consequentially reduce your stress when you set out shopping for a kitchen sink for your own kitchen. Following are some of the most common materials used in building a kitchen sink, along with its advantages and disadvantages highlighted for your benefit:

Stainless steel is clearly a popular choice

One  of the most popular materials of kitchen sink available in the market, and used in majority of the homes, the stainless steel kitchen sink gains popularity because of its comparatively lower cost, long lasting nature and easy maintenance. Stainless steel is extremely versatile too, which enables it to be easily used for the different installation types. It can resist stains and heat as well.

Stainless steel material of sinks is further distinguished based on their gauge, which is the thickness of the steel. A higher gauge stainless steel will considerably reduce the weight of your sink, while lower gauge steel is comparatively heavier. The higher gauge stainless steel sink, that is, the lighter one, is slightly on the expensive side as it is believed to be more durable, tough to dent, and also believed to contribute to an overall reduction in noise. However, many users have ascertained that the difference between the higher gauge stainless steel and the lower gauge one is not considerably great. So if you have a constraint on your budget, you can easily choose the lower gauge stainless steel. There are sound absorbing pads, insulating materials or spray coating that can be used to coat the underneath of your stainless steel sink that can help cut down on its noise and vibration. Majority of the kitchen sinks come within the gauge range of 15 to 24 and within this 18 to 22 is the common gauge range used to build residential kitchen sinks.

The downside to owning a stainless steel kitchen sink is that the material is more prone to getting scratched and water droplet marks are easily visible on its surface. Keeping it impeccably clean at all times will be a tough job for your hands. But there’s nothing to worry, as there are cleaners in the market to keep your stainless steel sink scratch free, and a satin surface can help conceal the water droplet marks.

Cast iron coated with porcelain enamel can provide stunning looks 

Definitely cast iron sinks, can give you excellent value for money with its extraordinary visual appeal. You might be very familiar with the cast iron material, as it commonly used in various kitchen apparatuses like frying pans, griddles, waffle irons, Panini presses, deep fryers, Dutch ovens and many more such cooking wares. Popular for its long life, the cast iron is another common material used in the construction of a kitchen sink. You need not worry about the cast iron kitchen sink standing out in your cooking space like an ugly duckling because of its ruggedness; it is coated heavily with porcelain enamel that gives it a lustrous, smooth finish and can be cleaned without much effort. Been used as a material for kitchen sinks since a very long time, the cast iron kitchen sink can last you for years on end, withstanding stains and scratches. The enameled porcelain exterior comes in a variety of colors and designs; so you can do away with the dull, boring white finished cast iron kitchen sink and choose a beautifully painted kitchen sink to blend in or contrast with the décor of your kitchen.

While the cast iron kitchen sink can last you for years, there are downsides to owning this type of kitchen sink. The cast iron sink is quite heavy; when compared to the stainless steel sink, it will easily be 2-3 times heavier than it. This makes its installation process quite complex, as setting it up will have to done by skilled installers, not less than two persons, because installing it single handedly is next to impossible. Also, a very strong base is required to support this sink; so make sure adequate support counter is provided or your base cabinets are extremely sturdy.

In the long run, the enamel can get cracked or the iron inside can get rusted. But you need not worry about these as it is possible to fix the damage occurring on the enamel. If the iron gets treated appropriately, you can prevent it from rusting. Also, after each use it is recommended that you wipe your cast iron kitchen sink with a soft cloth and keep those abrasive cleaning tools, especially bleaches, at bayso as to keep it looking slick for a long time.

Overall, setting up a cast iron sink in your kitchen can take a deep dive into your pocket. But rest assured, investing in it will be worth every penny spent as you won’t have to worry about replacing it for years to come. For all you know, it would be in perfect condition for even your grandkids to use.

Granite composite can be an affordable option 

When you say granite composite kitchen sinks, the terms synonymous with it are affordability, durability and low maintenance. Though it leans more on the expensive side, this one-time purchase can kiss goodbye to your stressful days of kitchen sink maintenance.

A composite kitchen sink variety, as the name rightly suggests, is made by combining two or more materials. Composite materials are made by blending natural rock into polyester resin or an acrylic base, which makes it more durable than the original rock. The common composite mixture is made with granite or quartz. There are many more composite blend varieties available in the market, but in this section we will focus on the Granite Composite type because it is the best in the composite range.

Composite granite material comprises of 70-80% granite and the remaining is the base material like acrylic or resin which gives it its durability. However, this 80% is what gives composite granite a natural stone look with a matte finish. Unlike the plain granite rock, composite granite is not porous in nature and is greatly resistant to heat. It comes in a variety of colors and designs, and since it is the composite variety, it is evenly patterned and colored. When it comes to looks, a granite composite sink can add liveliness to your kitchen breaking the monotone hues of the space giving it the sparkle it lacks. You can carelessly place your hot utensils on the composite granite sink and it won’t scratch nor will its color fade. It can even resist staining by acids, so if you have hard water flowing through your faucet, a granite composite kitchen sink will withstand the staining done by this kind of water. It has the capability of looking brand new even after years of using it. Maintenance of a granite composite sink is effortless and it falls in the price range of being an affordable purchase, though costlier than a stainless steel kitchen sink. Specialized products are available in the market for its upkeep.

Though minimal, the composite granite kitchen sink does come with some drawbacks. The lighter shades of composite granite can be susceptible to staining, so go for a darker colored one to keep it stain free for a long time. Also be sure to wipe it dry daily, so as to prevent deposits from forming on its surface, which could lead to staining and discoloration. Composite granite material is very hard, so delicate objects like glassware can easily break if it falls on this surface.

Natural stone can be a colorful addition to your kitchen 

If you own a kitchen featuring a beautifully designed natural stone countertop and would like to give preference to the aesthetic value of your kitchen, a natural stone kitchen sink will fit in best with the décor of this space. Based on the region the stone is procured from, various colors of stones are available, making it easy to get a shade of kitchen sink that will complement the tone you set for your kitchen space. Commonly made from soapstone, a natural stone kitchen sink is considered to be almost incorruptible and has an elegant look.

The drawback to a natural stone kitchen sink is that it is very expensive and requires regular maintenance, as it is easily prone to scratches and stains. It is very heavy and its installation is a complex procedure, adding to the expense of owning a natural stone kitchen sink. A strong support base is a must for the natural stone kitchen sink.

 

Based on the bowl size and configuration of the kitchen sink

A kitchen sink can come with more than one basin, which is the bowl or tub. How do you know which one is the right choice for you? It all depends on how much you will be using the sink for washing utensils or prepping, the size required to blending in with your kitchen space, and the budget kept aside for it.

Single basin may be a good option for minimal usage 

The main advantage of the single basin kitchen sink is that it offers you one large space for washing or prepping. If you are not much of a kitchen bound person and will be using your kitchen sink sparsely, then this will be an ideal option for you. This type of kitchen sink is ideal for dumping all your used vessels and getting it washed in one go. It can easily accommodate large utensils like pots and pans. However, if your sink is filled with vessels to be cleaned, it does not leave you with any free space for washing and cutting your vegetables. You can only do one chore at a time with a single basin kitchen sink. Another drawback is that all your soiled kitchenware will be piled up together, so your delicate Chinas will be more prone to damage.

A farmhouse sink, with its front panel jutting out slightly from the kitchen cabinet, is getting increasingly popular as a preferred type of kitchen sink. This type of single basin sinks can be used in both conventional and contemporary kitchen styles. Visually it evokes an apron and hence also called apron top sinks. You need to take extra care to make sure that this particular sink type is a good fit to your kitchen décor.

Double basin sinks help you multitask 

A double basin kitchen sink is your best friend if you wish to multitask or juggle between tasks concerning the sink. The two basins can allow you to soak your vessels in one bowl and prep your veggies in the other bowl. Another advantage of the dual basin is that you can soap the vessels in one tub and rinse them in the other. Also, you can use the double basin sink to separate your soiled delicate wares from the rougher, heavier ones, thus saving them from chipping, scratching or breaking.

You can choose to install two different sized tubs for your double basin sink; commonly it is given a proportion of 60-40. The concept behind this design is that the larger tub can be used for the bigger vessels like pans, casseroles etc, that will not by easily accommodated in the smaller basin. You can play around with the proportions to suit your like and don’t have to necessarily stick to the 60-40 ratio.

But if you have a pet peeve for asymmetry, you can choose two equal sized basins, giving it the 50-50 proportion. A problem for you would be large utensils that may not be accommodated in this tub size.

Triple basin sink is a convenient option 

If you have a wide enough space to accommodate your kitchen sink, and you are a person who uses the kitchen extensively, a tripe basin kitchen sink is highly recommended for you. If you prefer to keep your garbage disposal away from routine washing in the sink, this sink is for you. The three bowl kitchen sink only adds to the benefits provided by a double basin kitchen sink. You can choose to have bowls of equal sizes or choose arrangements to suit your needs and liking. In some triple bowl configurations, the third bowl is equipped with a garbage disposal system.

 

Based on the installation type of the kitchen sink

Kitchen sinks can be broadly classified based on the choice of installation as well. The major types under this criterion are top mount and under mount sinks. Both of these offers distinct features which you can choose according to the décor of your kitchen and type of usage.

Top mount kitchen sinks are easy to install 

Top mount or over mount installation is the commonly seen installation type of kitchen sinks. This type of installation means that the rim of the sink is placed above the countertop surface. This installation effectively makes the countertop handle the weight of the sink. Some of the benefits of going for a top mount installation include the fact that the size of your kitchen cabinets won’t affect your sink. It also is easier to clean as the rim of the sink provides a protective coat to the counter top material. If the countertop material is made of materials that are vulnerable to corrosion, a stainless steel sink top mount sink would be your ideal choice. Though it is the most common type of kitchen sink installation, many are not fans of this type of installation as they somewhat diminish the visual appeal of the countertop material. Another often noticed drawback of a top mount installation is the visible joints with the countertop that may not be very clean always. If food particles consistently get stuck in these joints it can lead to mold and mildew.

Under mount kitchen sinks are considered to have a better aesthetic appeal 

The name under mount implies that the sink is placed below the countertop surface using a strong adhesive material to fix it. This trend is more evident in places where granite, soapstone, concrete, etc. are used to make the countertop. Because it poses no hindrance to the visual appeal of the counter top, lot of design aficionados prefer this type of installation for their kitchen sinks. The edges of an under mount sink offers no resistance to the flow of water into the basin, and hence there won’t be trapped moisture and food particles at the joints. One major negative effect of under mount sink is that if you fill the basin, there is a high chance of spillage. This may in turn spoil the countertop. Care should also be taken to use a water proof adhesive on under mount sink as the weight of the sink is held solely on the adhesive. The chances of a fall are high if you don’t use good quality adhesive material. Installation procedure of an under mount sink is slightly more complicated than a top mount one; hence it is a good idea to hire a professional to do it for you. That way you can eliminate the chances of leakage from inadequate insulation. Under mount kitchen sinks are generally more expensive than top mount ones as it involves professional help in installation.

Integral kitchen sinks are a luxurious option 

If those seams that are tough to clean are bothering you endlessly, you should look into the seamless option known as the integral sink. This is the kind where the counter top comes with a built-in sink. As the counter top and the sink are made up of the same material, the overall visual appeal of this type is considerably high. It is definitely easier to clean but not definitely a budget friendly option. Also you need to put in more effort and seek professional help with the installation. If you are willing to shell out a large sum of money for sheer aesthetic quality, the integral kitchen sink too is a good option for you.

 

Some common misconceptions about kitchen sinks

From past experiences and word of mouth, you may have acquired quite a few misconceptions about kitchen sinks. It is important that you may clear these misguiding facts from your head before buying that desirable kitchen sink. The choices you make during the purchase will surely have a major impact on the durability and proper use of your kitchen sink in the years to come.

Materials used in the making of the sink may play a bigger role than the brand, as most brand conscious people out there may vouch for the quality and durability of their favorite brand. And it is not completely baseless as most top brands in Australia manufacture and markets their products after multiple levels of research and testing. Major brands in the Australian market such as Oliveri, Franke, Clark, Reece, Masters, Bunnings, Mercer, Abey, etc offers innumerable choices for the discerning consumers out there. But it is often a good idea to look into your usage details before finalizing your purchase. The way you use your kitchen gives away a lot about the type of material you want to be used in your kitchen sink. The right choice of the material determines your sink’s efficiency and durability. Scientific testing of different conditions has revealed that a versatile choice for kitchen sink material is stainless steel. Another preferred choice seems to be solid surface, even if rough handling can leave it damaged often.

Expensive does not always means superior quality 

Of course when you look into renovating or newly developing your home, it is natural to assume that more expensive choices would bring in better quality to the products. But often it is not the case as building a new house, or specifically a kitchen, is more of a harmonious exercise. You need to blend in all right elements in the just about the right quality to make your perfect kitchen. There are many ultra luxurious options when it comes to kitchen sinks, but it is often noted that stainless steel is one of the most reliable materials used to build a kitchen sink. Needless to say, it is one of the most affordable options in the market as well. Expert advice would thus unanimously point to choose stainless steel for your kitchen sink, unless you are a multi millionaire trying to fit in all the possible posh elements into your house.             

Colorful may not be the right way to go with your sink 

A lot of materials such as cast iron, solid surface, enamel, fireclay, etc offer tempting options for your kitchen sinks. But these materials are quite vulnerable to corrosive particles and moisture, which are always present in the kitchen. Yet again stainless steel may come ahead as a winner as it provides the desired aesthetic quality without appearing too flashy. The elegance and clean look a stainless steel sink can offer to your kitchen is priceless.

Big is not always better 

The size of the sink is another important factor to consider while buying a new kitchen sink for your home. Going for a unique, gigantic kitchen sink is definitely not a necessity as most families can manage with moderate sized sinks for their daily use. A good thing to consider though is to get a split basin sink according to your need. In addition, you can look for accessories like colander, waste disposal system, chopping board etc.

Now you may have got a better understanding of the major areas you need to look into before purchasing a kitchen sink. It is always a great idea to evaluate all your requirements before setting out to buy. You need to align your budget also and look for the cheapest option with the best quality.

 

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How to install/replace a kitchen sink?

As we know there are two fundamental types of installation procedures when it comes to a kitchen sink. Obviously top mounted or over mounted sink is easier to install than the drop in or under mounted one. But while you are at it, it is always a good idea to follow a step by step procedure so that your installation is perfect. Let us get into the installation process in detail:

 

Over mount sink

Installing an over mount sink is comparatively an easier task but if you are new to plumbing and related tasks it may prove to be a daunting task. But if you pay attention to the procedure devised by the experts you can definitely install an over mount sink quite comfortably. You need to use the template provided in the sink package to measure correctly.

Remove the existing sink if you are replacing

If your new sink is exactly the same size and shape as your existing one, you can quite easily start with the procedure. You need to cut the water supply to the sink and drains first. After that you can loosen up the sink and lift it up to remove it from the slot on the countertop. Check if there is plumber’s putty or a specialized clip that fixed the sink on to the countertop. If there is, you may need to remove them before attempting to lift the sink up. If the dimensions of your new sink are different from the existing one, you may need to alter some of the measurements on your countertop accordingly. Work on heavy duty cutting and plumbing only by wearing a safety glass. If adjusting the counter top, along with the new plumbing work, is proving to be a hectic task for you, call a professional plumber who can help you fix the sink in less than half an hour.

Check if the faucet slot is perfect for your new sink 

This normally won’t create such problems as faucets and tapware follow a common size in most markets. You need to align the faucet hole perfectly to your countertop and the faucet.

Measure the outlines if the new sink is of different size 

In the current scenario, most sinks come with a template in the package. You need to position the template on the countertop followed by drawing the outline. This way you can easily place the sink in the appropriate position. If there is no template, you need to overturn the new sink and draw the outline and cut accordingly.

Get the countertop ready for fitting 

You need to clean the surface where the rim of the sink will be placed. This can be easily done by alcohol or cloth, but care should be taken to clean the underside of the sink’s rim and the bottom of your faucet.

Ensure water supply on the faucet 

You need to make sure that water supply lines are rightly connected to the faucet.

Get the sink and countertop ready for installation 

Apply plumber’s putty to the countertop and get it ready for installation.

Fit the sink into the slot 

Place the sink into the slot while making sure the water supply and drain pipes are aligned properly. If there is putty oozing out of the rims, you may want to clean it immediately as it may lead to a bigger mess later.

Attach fastening clips 

If there are fastening clips along with your sink, fix them accordingly.

Install the drain 

Once the sink is perfectly placed in its position, you can fit the drain. Push the bottom of the drain assembly through the hole in the sink. Remember to put plumber’s putty at the lower portion of the drain. Tighten well and attach the S trap and drainpipe.

Check for leaks 

Switch on the water and check for any leaks. Mostly minor leaks will go once you fasten the whole unit well.

 

Under mount sink

As installing an under mount sink demands greater expertise, it is always better to seek professional help on this one.

 

What are the common accessories I can use with my kitchen sink?

Colander 

A stainless steel colander may prove to be a very useful accessory to go with your kitchen sink. It will provide you with the convenient option of washing fruits and vegetables easily. If you think a colander is a must for your kitchen, you can look for kitchen sinks that provide colanders in the package. During Days website has some amazing options of stainless steel colanders.

Chopping Board 

Chopping boards designed to fit into your sink may be another essential accessory in your kitchen. It should be versatile enough so that you can use it separately on your countertop for effortless chopping and dicing. Before buying one, make sure it is food grade and fit with your daily requirements.

Soap Dispenser 

Soap dispensers are traditionally fitted to dispense dishwashing liquid in a kitchen sink. The design of your soap dispenser can add considerable aesthetic quality to your kitchen sink unit. Likewise, a mismatch can drastically reduce the visual appeal of your kitchen sink. Make sure the soap dispenser fits in well with the design of your sink. Also ensure corrosion free coating on the dispensers to prevent it from an odd discoloration. Low quality dispensers might be available in the market for cheap rates, but if they clog or start dripping dishwashing fluid, it might just dump a lot of stress on your head.

Sink Grids 

Sink grids provide you the added convenience of drying glass and other cookware in your sink while ensuring the essential protection from the exposure to heavy duty cookware that may chip or break the sink surface. Prolonged use can even affect the shine and finish of durable materials like stainless steel. So make sure your skin grids have rubberized ends to protect the finish of your sink. Stainless steel sink grids may be an excellent option to pair with your stainless steel sink.

Strainers 

Most of the manufacturers provide complementing strainers with your sink package. This may help to filter out scrapings or peels from entering and clogging the drain. A good strainer and a drain cover are thus essential accessories that help in the smooth operations of your sink.

 

How to maintain your kitchen sink?

As your kitchen sink is an area which can harbor a lot of disease causing germs, cleaning it effectively is a big step. Here is a look at some tips and pointers to keep your kitchen sink sparkling as ever.

Scrub your kitchen sink regularly 

People tend to think that the surface of your kitchen sink is always treated to flowing water and soap, and it needs no specific cleaning. This is a wrong assumption and there is a high probability that your sink is stained with food particles, rust and even soap deposits. If you let it stay like that for weeks there is a high chance that you may be causing irreversible damage to your sink. Scrub your sink every week with a mild cleaning agent and water to ensure that it stays sparkling clean throughout. You can use a cloth, scrub or sponge to scrub depending on the type of your sink.

Use cleaning agents according to the material of the sink 

You need to use specific cleaning agent according to the material of your sink. A mild cleaning agent can be used with a scrub to clean your stainless steel cleaner. Though stainless steel is resistant to corrosive particles, it is advisable to remove the cleaning agent quickly after the scrub. White porcelain can be cleaned to sparkling quality by using bleach, though for colored porcelain it is advisable to use any natural cleaning agents like vinegar.

Save the sink from careless damage 

A kitchen sink can be prevented from a lot of damage in the form of stains and scratches if we pay a little more attention to it. Perforated mats on the surface of the sink can save the basin from scratches. Similarly avoid leaving acidic substances on the surface of the sink for longer duration. This might corrode even a stainless steel sink in the long run.

Use natural substitutes to chemical cleaning agents 

Natural cleaning agents are always a good substitute to the heavy duty cleaning agents that you use. Baking soda, mixed with water, is a good cleaning agent that will clear the stains on your sink effortlessly without causing much trouble to the material. Stainless steel or porcelain sinks can be very well cleaned using lemon juice, which fights rust stains as well. Remember to apply it directly on a stain with a sponge and wash it off immediately. Vinegar also can be used on your kitchen sink if it is not a colored one.

Protect your drain from clogs and blocks

Clogging your drains is a sure shot way to reduce the life span of your kitchen sink. Hence care should be taken to not let food leftovers, grease, oily particles, vegetable or fruit peels, etc to block the drain of your sink. This may affect the shine of your sink along with causing a range of diseases from pathogenic microorganisms.

 

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How to choose the perfect sink for my kitchen?

You may now know a lot about the material, configuration and installation procedures of various sink types, but you need to consider a few more additional points before deciding on the right sink for your kitchen.

Make sure the size of your sink is proportional to the size of your kitchen 

You can argue that the size of your sink should be determined purely on individual tastes. But the prime factor in determining the size of your sink will be the size of the kitchen itself. A single tub sink would be an appropriate choice for a small sized kitchen, while double and triple tub options may suit a large kitchen. After all, there is nothing preventing you from getting a larger piece if you have heavy kitchen laundry and need it really badly. But care should be taken to not let it eat up your cabinet and countertop space.

Make sure there is ample space in your kitchen cabinet to accommodate the new sink 

As discussed in the previous point, if your cabinet space is small, accommodating a large sink into it will be a tough task. Hence it is advisable that you measure the cabinet space and width of the countertop before setting out to buy your desired kitchen sink.

Check if the sink is suitable to your water supply fittings and accessories 

You need to carefully look into certain aspects of the sink to ensure that it will be easily adapted to your kitchen setting. The faucet should be compatible to the space provided on the sink to fit it in. Similarly if you are planning accessories like garbage disposal, make sure that there is ample number of holes in your sink for the seamless installation.

Determine bowl size according to your use 

The bowl size of your sink will be determined by the usage levels. If you wash a lot of vessels in your sink, it is good to have a double bowl sink as you can use one bowl for washing and the other for rinsing.  Deeper bowls almost always help in washing larger vessels and pans but reaching out to the bottom of the bowl may strain your back. Triple bowl sinks are useful if you want to allocate space for preparation of food as well

Decide on the material after considering your kitchen atmosphere 

You need to choose the build material of your sink based on your usage and cookware. If you are a small family with limited cooking, a compact enamel sink won’t be such a bad choice. But if you are a big family with frequent use of heavy cookware, you need a durable material like stainless steel or composite stone.

 

Where can I buy quality kitchen sinks in Australia?

You can buy quality kitchen sinks of a large variety of brands from a large number of hardware stores spread across Australia. But if browsing through the endless collection of kitchen sinks is going to confuse you, it is better to opt for online shopping.

During Days website has a large collection of stunning stainless steel kitchen sinks of varied sizes and configurations. These, easy to install pieces come with extended warranty as well. During Days offers free shipping across major regions of Australia including Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Golden Coast etc. You can be assured that you will get the cheapest deals as During Days website often have clearance and discount sales. During Days dispatch the products within 24 hours after placing the order and will reach you quite fast anywhere in Australia. Take a look at the amazing collections and free yourself from the hassles of hardware shopping.

 

Conclusion

Selecting a kitchen sink, after all is no simple task. You need to go through meticulous research routines to choose the ideal fit for your kitchen as aesthetics, practical concerns, visual statements, color tones and personal preferences all play a major role. Once you get hold of the right piece, you need to invest enough effort in making sure of a faultless installation too. Once a quality sink is nicely installed in your kitchen it may even last till your house lasts. Happy shopping!

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