One of the most significant parts of any kitchen is the sink. With so many choices for style, material, and size, you're bound to find one that fits you. All it takes is a little bit of sorting through the options.
One of the first things anyone notices about a kitchen sink are its bowls. How many do you want/need? Single, large, deep basin sinks provide ample room for rinsing larger pots, plates and platters. However, a double or even triple-bowl sink is convenient if you're washing dishes by hand as you can rinse in one side and wash in the other.
Almost as important as the bowl of your sink is it's style and how it coordinates with your countertops. Laminate counter-tops will often use self-rimming or drop in sinks, whereas a solid counter-top such as granite normally use an under-mount sink. Apron-front or "farmhouse" sinks have a front panel that requires custom installation and should be premeditated before installation.
Finally you're ready to think about materials. Stainless steel is the most common as it is sanitary and won't rust, stain, crack or chip. These are available in polished or satin/brushed finishes. French country style porcelain coated ceramic sinks are glossy in appearance and available in most colors. Some even come in hand painted or sculptured designs. Porcelain coated sinks are potentially prone to damage, but are easy to clean and are a durable, sanitary choice. A third option increasing in popularity is made of Solid Surface Materials and comes in a variety of colors, some imitating high end stones such as granite. These sinks are prone to scratch, but are easily buffed. And lastly, copper sinks are an artistic choice made of hand-hammered, thick copper. They are resistant to bacteria, but naturally tarnish with age.
With such a variety of sinks, it has never been easier to have a kitchen that is both appealing in design, and utility. Zigsby’s Kitchen provides a wide arrangement of kitchen sinks. We offer single bowl, double bowl, and triple bowl kitchen sinks in stainless steel, porcelain, or quartz. Furthermore we offer many different styles such as zero radius, near zero radius, and rounded corner sinks that can be come in various mounting styles like undermount, drop-in, and apron or farm style sinks. There are many different well known brands such as Kohler and Elkay that can be found at the local home improvement shop but we offer you sinks that have a higher value for your dollar. Our kitchen sinks are the highest quality meeting or exceeding one or more regulatory certification marks for the USA, Canada, and Europe. We offer kitchen sinks that match or exceed the quality of the major name brands but at half the price of the big name brands. We currently offer sinks from Kraus, C-Tech-I, Artisan, Ticor, and Pelican.