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Choose a SINK that suits your taste

In today's kitchen essentials, a must-have is the sink, also known as the 'dish sink' or 'dishwashing' Today, LAVAREDO invites you to choose a sink that suits your taste and your kitchen.

The first thing to know when choosing a sink is that there are two types: 'Top-Mount Sink' and 'Undermount Sink.'

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Top-Mount Sink

The advantage is the easy installation process, requiring only measurements of the sink bowl and drilling holes to match the sink. With this, installation is complete, and there is no need for the installer to edge grind. Furthermore, replacing it is easy in case of damage or malfunction.

The disadvantage is that if the old sink is damaged and the owner wants to replace it with a new one, they must choose a new sink with the same size. It is not possible to change the size to be larger or smaller.

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Undermount Sink

The advantage is that it provides a sense of beauty and luxury, especially when installed as an undermount sink. This is suitable for decorating a kitchen in a modern or luxury style.

The disadvantage is that the installation process can be relatively complicated. This is because the installer needs to drill the countertop and place the sink before laying down stones or other materials. When the sink is damaged or needs replacement, it can be quite challenging, as it requires removing the entire countertop.

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TIP The material of the sink.

Besides the two types of sinks mentioned earlier, today we will also introduce the materials from which sinks are commonly manufactured. Let's take a look.

Aluminum sinks

are affordable and corrosion-resistant, but over time, the surface may appear dull and can be relatively challenging to clean.

Chrome-plated steel sinks

are inexpensive but have a relatively short lifespan of 2-3 years. After that, the chrome coating may peel off, leading to rusting.

Stainless steel sinks

are the most popular type as they have a long lifespan. They are durable, strong, and corrosion-resistant, available in various finishes such as brushed and polished. The price depends on the thickness of the stainless steel sheet, and it is recommended that the thickness should not be less than 0.7 millimeters.

Synthetic material sinks

resembling natural stone are resistant to scratches and heat, preventing bacterial buildup and easy to maintain. They come in a variety of colors but are relatively higher in price compared to other materials.

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