By Belda Roussel. Kitchen Sink. Published at Thursday, November 02nd, 2017 - 01:53:50 AM.
Prep sinks are perhaps the most modern use of an old idea. Named as such due to their specific intent of use (and extra preparation area), a prep sink is usually a half sink or smaller, but only the "bowl" itself, more similar to the size of a hand basin usually found in a bathroom. Fantastic for ultra modern kitchens where almost everything is either dishwasher safe, or all prepared meals are simple and require nothing large to be washed up by hand, a prep ceramic kitchen sink offers more counter space, somewhere to chill wine and wash your hands.
As mentioned, you can place your corner sink on any part of your counter top. However, you also have to consider the drainage system of your sink prior to opting for this type of installation. You have to set up your drainage system in the most convenient area and place your corner sink above or near it. In addition, this would make it easier for you to install your corner sink in relation to your drainage system.
Stone kitchen sinks are among the most preferred types of sinks nowadays. Like aluminum kitchen sinks, these fixtures also meet the needs and demands of most kitchen owners because of their functionality and appearance. Among popular types of stone kitchen sinks are those that are made of solid surface materials, composite stones, fireclay and soapstone.
It can be a good idea to speak with a plumber or kitchen fitter before planning a new corner kitchen sink. All appliances and fittings that require water need to be easy to attach to existing pipes and drainage systems. You will also need to allow extra space for taps if your chosen design does not have pre drilled holes and would look best with a standalone tap fixed directly onto the countertop.
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