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Undermount Sink Versus Drop In Sink
When it comes time to decide between undermount sink and drop in sink, there are a few things to consider. .. Click on MORE to find out.
What To Look For In A Sink
You should consider a number of factors before heading to the store to purchase stainless steel sink... Click on MORE to continue reading
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UNDERMOUNT STAINLESS STEEL SINKS

What to Look for When Buying a Stainless Steel Sink

Thickness
Stainless steel sinks come in a variety of thicknesses, specifically called gauge. A sink made with 20 gauge steel is thinner than one made from 18 gauge steel. For the most part, the thinner the steel the cheaper the sink. This is why it is important that you don?t just buy the cheapest sink you find. The standard is 18 gauge, and 16 gauge is better

Size and Capacity
There are so many different varieties of stainless steel sinks available for purchase. Single basin, double basin, and even triple basin sinks can be found at local home improvement stores and kitchen specialty stores. The choic is all depends on your lifestyle and family needs.

Finish
All stainless steel sinks are shiny in the showroom. However, not all of them will look pristine and glossy after years of use. There are basically two choices -satin or chrome finish. Satin (brush nickel) finish will hide the scratches better than chrome.

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