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Kitchen Sinks Guide

Kitchen Sinks Guide

  1. Considerations

  2. Installation

  3. Bowl Configuration

  4. Materials

  5. Other Considerations

  • Choose a bowl configuration

    Are you more comfortable with a single-bowl or a multiple-bowl model? Do you wash dishes by hand and like a separate bowl for draining? Consider the size, shape and configuration you’d like.

  • Choose a bowl configuration

    Single-Bowl Sinks

    • Ideal for washing large pots and platters
    • Available in a variety of sizes and materials
    • Some models feature wet work surfaces for food prep

     

  • Choose a bowl configuration

    Offset Bowl Sinks

    • Space and separation for washing and rinsing
    • Typically one large and one small bowl
    • Available in many configurations
    • Smart Divide® feature lets you wash large pans while providing a dual-bowl sink

     

  • Choose a bowl configuration

    Double-Equal Sinks

    • Separate bowls offer a versatile workspace in the sink
    • Full range of depths including extra-deep bowls
    • Smart Divide® feature lets you wash large pans while providing a dual-bowl sink

     

  • Choose a bowl configuration

    Smart Divide Sinks

    The best of both worlds. Smart Divide kitchen sinks feature dividers that are half the height of those found in conventional double-bowl sinks.

    • Offers the openness of a single bowl with the function of a double bowl
    • Accommodates large cookware that standard double-bowl sinks can't
    • Lets you easily transfer large pots and pans from bowl to bowl
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