sinks and faucets
Types of Sinks
These are the only sinks with the ability to seam directly to the solid surface countertop. There are no places for bacteria to hide and clean-up is a breeze.
This sink style is mounted below the surface of the counter material. This method leaves a smooth countertop for easy wiping or draining directly into the sink.
These sinks sit directly on the surface of the countertop material. Top mount sinks, also known as drop in sinks, have a finished top rim which adds style and beauty. They are sealed at the time of installation to keep water from traveling under the edge.
The vessel sink sits above the countertop and serves as a decorative focal point as well as a functional basin.
An apron front sink is a large sink that is fit into the counter top with the front edge of the sink being exposed. Also known as farm sinks, apron front sinks were designed to be added to a space cut out of the kitchen counter.