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Kitchen Sinks and Faucets

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In conjunction with your kitchen’s countertops, flooring, cabinets, and other appliances, we can also assist with the installation of kitchen sinks and faucets. Your kitchen sinks and faucets are an integral part of your kitchen because they provide you with the space to clean your dishes and access water when you need it. You can also soak and store dirty dishes in the sink, or even use it to defrost foods in a safe and idle area. Therefore, it’s important to have a kitchen sink that’s wide and deep enough for multipurpose use.


Stainless Steel

A common material for many kitchen sinks and faucets is stainless steel. Stainless steel offers a clean and durable solution for your sinks because it's easy to clean and isn't prone to corrosion, meaning that constant exposure to water won't be a problem. You can easily sanitize and clean your dishes in a stainless steel sink, while also wiping away the debris later without much scrubbing or soaking. Stainless steel can also complement the rest of your kitchen's appliances if they're made of similar materials.



If you aren’t keen on stainless steel, maybe you’d rather have copper! Copper is another durable metal that doesn’t succumb easily to damages so it can offer you long-term use and durability. Copper is also a uniquely-stunning material that can help your sink stand out from the rest, giving your kitchen that extra eye-catching detail that enhances its creativity and customization. Copper sinks are low maintenance as well, meaning you don’t need to invest in fancy cleaners to keep it clean. All you need is a soft cloth and some warm water and it’s ready to go! Copper faucets are also available as attachments in conjunction with your copper sink.



Enamel is a durable, strong, and solid material that offers simplicity with a clean effect. Enamel sinks are typically white, which can later be glazed over with color to customize your sink further. Investing in an enamel sink can add significant value to your home after a remodel, mostly because the enamel is so long-lasting and practical for everyday use, and it looks great against all appliances, countertops, cabinets, flooring, and more. We consider enamel to be the best of both worlds when choosing a sink material – it's sleek, clean, and durable, all of the properties you're likely looking for in a basic kitchen sink.



You may also opt for stone sinks, which give your sink a more natural appearance. Stone is a low maintenance material that's easy to clean and also heat and water-resistance, making it perfect for cooking and cleaning. Stone sinks can also deliver simplicity but in a neutral way that gives your kitchen a more earthy feel. Stone is incredibly strong as well and can be designed with different textures, depending on your preferences. You'll need to consider sealing your stone sink after installation to avoid a buildup of debris since stone does tend to be more porous than metals and enamel.

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