Kitchen Sink / September 11, 2018 / Millard Dupuis
Copper kitchen sinks are the most beautiful choice for your kitchen. From the traditional undercounter sinks to the large apron font farmhouse sinks copper basins add charm and elegance. If you are planning to install a copper sink in your kitchen make sure of the quality of copper used or else you will regret for having selected it. Poor quality copper leads to the staining of the sink and difficulty in maintaining it aesthetically. If you install stunning copper sinks in your kitchen the very presence of it can instantly enhance the beauty of the most mundane of kitchens.
There are so many styles of kitchen sinks to choose from today from contemporary to rustic in a large range of materials colors and shapes. Let us look at several kinds of kitchen sinks. Stainless steel - Popular choice for many homeowners. This material can go very well in a modern kitchen with clean lines. Stainless steel has the advantage of being easy to clean. Some disadvantages of this material is the fact that it can be easily dented and it can be noisy. Nickel and Copper - Kitchen sinks can be made in other metals besides stainless steel. Metals sinks can be beautiful but also more expensive. Nickel is the hardest of the two metals. At the current time copper is considered very popular.
Copper requires no maintenance if it is a pure copper sink. Porcelain enamel on cast iron - This material is another popular choice for kitchen sinks because of its durability and it large range of quality style and colors. Porcelain enamel kitchen sinks usually last about 25 to 30 years or more. The surface of these type of kitchen sink is composed of ground glass melted and applied to the hot cast iron. This type of kitchen sink type is available for under mount self-rimming and tile-in installations. Because glass can easily break against this type of material it is necessary to use a sink mat.