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Kitchen Sinks


Love the Look of Your Food Prep Area – Browse Kitchen Sinks for Sale

The kitchen sink gets plenty of use every day, but shouldn’t it look attractive as well as be fully functional? With so many interesting and traditional kitchen sinks for sale, you can definitely find the product that’s right for your home.

How to Choose a Kitchen Sink

Choosing a kitchen sink takes some consideration, but the process doesn’t have to be hard. Keep the following thoughts in mind as you look through the types of kitchen sinks we offer:

Drop in sinks – These sinks literally drop into a space that’s been cut into your countertop. If you’re replacing your old kitchen sink with a new one, you should make sure your new kitchen sink has suitable measurements.

Under counter sinks – Rather than being mounted on top of the countertop, these sinks are mounted beneath it. They are considered a very streamline style of kitchen sink and are frequently used by those with contemporary design preferences.

Double, single or other numbers of bowls – The size of your kitchen, as well as your needs, determines whether you require a double or single bowl in your kitchen sink. Don’t forget some kitchen sinks with double bowls feature bowls that are uniquely round rather than rectangular. Additionally, there are half-sinks, sinks with one-and-a-half bowls and sinks with combinations of bowls and drainers.

No matter what types of kitchen sinks you want, you’ll be able to find a great selection at HouseofHome.

Why the Kitchen Sink Material Makes a Big Difference in Performance and Appearance

When you picture a kitchen sink, you might automatically picture one that’s metal. However, there are other materials that are used today to create sinks. These can include ceramic, fireclay, natural stone, stainless steel, and tempered glass. Be aware that all special materials, including glass kitchen sink equipment products, should be cared for according to manufacturers’ suggestions.

With that being said, don’t be afraid to explore a kitchen sink material you might not have considered before.

Should You Get a Professional to Install Your New Kitchen Sink?

Unless you’re particularly handy and have installed a kitchen sink before, it’s probably a good idea to hire someone to help you install your kitchen sink. Not only does this reduce the risk that it could be installed incorrectly, but you’ll have peace of mind knowing the expert sink installer has the right tools to get the job done efficiently. Remember to add the cost of a professional installer to your budget when you’re buying a kitchen sink.

Home Tip: Planning to put your house on the real estate market in the near future? A brand new kitchen sink is always attractive to buyers.

Whether you’re planning to sell your home or simply upgrade your kitchen sink, browse our selection at HouseofHome to find the perfect sink for your space.

Check out our guide to buying kitchen sinks and taps before committing.