There are three primary types of kitchen sinks:
Drop-In / Self Rimming Sink: Drop-In or self-rimming sinks sit on top of the countertop. This is the least attractive sink option, and the least practical because the countertops cannot be wiped off directly into the sink. The rim prevents this from happening smoothly. Also, food particles can get stuck between the sink and the countertop and breed bacteria and mold.
Undermount Sinks: Undermount sinks are attractive and functional. The faucet is attached to the countertop and the holes for your faucet are drilled on-site. Countertops can be wiped down directly into the sink, and the flow of the natural stone across the countertop is not interrupted. Undermount sinks come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and give you more freedom with your design than any other sink. We offer many choices in stainless undermount sinks from 50/50, 70/30, 60/40 to single cavity. Our sinks are the highest quality 16 gauge stainless steel made by Soci. We offer a discounted price with your countertop package. We also have a full line of beautiful composite sinks in many colors and styles.
Farm Sinks: Farm sinks are perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing of all kitchen sinks. They are entire sink units that intentionally break the flow of the countertop, almost like an appliance. They become a focal point of the kitchen. Farm sinks are made of many different materials, but the most attractive ones are made of granite, marble, or travertine. Farm sinks require special cabinet work.
There are three primary types of bathroom sinks:
Drop-In or self rimming sinks: These come in a wide variety of styles and materials and can be a very attractive addition to a bathroom.
Undermount sinks: These are primarily ceramic and usually the most cost-effective. The main colors are Bone and White, and are oval in shape. They are available in two sizes. Our bathroom vanity undermount sinks are the highest quality ceramic choice.
Vessel sinks: These are an attractive modern or contemporary choice for bathrooms and vanities. A vessel sink is placed on your countertop like a bowl and require special faucetry. They are available in a wide variety of color, material and shapes.