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Undermounted stainless steel sinks have gained a new attraction towards kitchen fitters/ companies and their clients alike. The newly acquired ability to create curved, offset style bowls has allowed for the stainless steel sink to be seen in a more aesthetically pleasing way, whilst continuing to provide its hard-wearing and non-scratch properties.
Sinks such as this Degree 8 by Kohler, create a wonderfully open, ease of use allowing for not only your typical dish washing. Visually it’s striking, and although does revert to the old-fashioned rectangular shape the sink finds a modern contrast in its under-mount fit with beveled edge. If you wish to purchase a sink such as this or if you are looking to buy high-quality ceramic or cast iron sinks, head over to The Kitchen Sink Company.
It appears that the Kitchen is still well and truly the heart of any household, according to the latest JKMR report.
After a peak in 2007, the market appeared to be slowing down however a few years later the market is once again showing a steady rise, growing on average 2.3% year-on-year.
The Web Marketing Group report that the economic downturn is seeing more and more people choosing to revamp their current household rather than move. Many factors have to be considered as to why these trends are continually increasing, For example, this years summer months have had an impact on sales due to the hot weather – promoting impulse buying, and the need for wanting better becomes apparent.
Choosing a sink can be a tough choice to make. It is a staple part of the kitchen, one of which is used on a frequent basis day-in-day-out. Oddly enough not only should your choice be made on aesthetics and what will ‘look nice’, but also what it is going to be used for.
If say for example you wish to have Granite worktops, in reference to HGTV.com, Max Isley of Hampton Kitchens recommends a Stainless Steel sink, due to its “undermount capabilities”, and it is also very hard-wearing. Choosing thicker stainless steel will mean higher resistance to dents and have a better sound resistance.
Cast Iron sinks are extremely durable and have an appealing glossy finish, often found with vintage and country design kitchens. The main considerations to be made when buying a cast iron sink are that they can chip and scratch also, due to the weightiness of these sinks extra support is needed if you were to undermount it.
Copper sinks can last a long time, they have a specialty in growing a richer and deeper look. Choosing a hammered copper sink is preferred to a smooth one as they are less prone to dents. Regular waxing is required to ensure the patinas is protected (which allows the copper to age well).
The request for Sarreguemines sinks is steadily building up as orders come in for a selection of the ranges. Including the Culan, Jouy, Lingot, Marne & Sarzay. All of which are available as an undermount or an inset style sink.
The other ranges include Belfast, Sancerre & Grand Siecle which are only available as sit-on.
A variety of three colours are available on request for a slight price alteration. These include, White, Anthracite and Mocha.
As a new partner of Sarreguemines, The Kitchen Sink Company are hoping for a long term relationship which will see orders develop into a larger scale and become a popular feature of our distribution service.
We are currently stocking a wide range of sinks and taps and waste products, our manufacturers include: Abode, Eclectica, Insinkerator, Kohler, Lansdowne, Lefroy Brookes, Regis, Rieber and newest addition Sarreguemines. We pride ourselves on offering the best quality to our customers and offer trade prices on approval of business. Our sales team are a friendly bunch and will do all they can to help so don’t hesitate to get in touch with The Kitchen Sink Company on 01243 841 332, or visit our online showcase website at http://www.kitchensinkco.com to view our current stock. Stay informed with all the latest products and offers here at The Kitchen Sink Company blog on WordPress.com