- Straight Sides
Straight sides give you more room to place dishes.
- Flat Bottom
Lets you arrange more glasses and dishes on the bottom of the sink without them falling over.
- Tight Corners
Goes along with flat bottom, leaving more room in the sink for upright dishes.
- Rear Drains
Gives extra flat space in the front of the sink and allows room for more storage under the sink.
- Deep Bowls
Provides for deeper immersion of large pots and pans as well as less splash from powerful faucets.
- Offset Deck
Allows for a larger bowl on one side because the faucet is on the opposite bowl.
- Ease of Cleaning
Some materials hide water spots and food particles better. Others have antimicrobial finishes that help keep your kitchen clean.
Some materials will handle impacts and high temperatures better. BLANCO Silgranit® is scratch resistant and handles heat up to 536° F, making it a safe place to put hot pans.
- Sound Deadening
Some sinks will resonate with loud sounds from dishes and disposers. Some materials absorb the sound better than others. If you are buying stainless steel make sure there are deadening pads on the underside.
Kitchen sinks are often the focal point or “bow-tie” of our entire kitchen. They need to look good!
Debris can be easily swept into the sink from the counter with this no-ridge approach.
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