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Friday, June 10, 2011

Replace Undermount Cornerstone Sink With A Drop In Stainless Steel Sink

This is a Cornerstone integral sink. It has been badly damaged and the homeowner would like to replace it with a stainless steel drop in sink. They were a little concerned about doing a drop in sink because they have a drain board that is cut into the Cornerstone countertop.

One of the main concerns was, water leaking from the drain board and going underneath the sink. The other concern was the appearance. They did not want it to look like an afterthought or a mistake. Obviously I did not want that either.

Here is the finished product. The homeowner loved it and we did a water spill test to ensure that the sink was properly sealed at the drain board area.

1 comment:

Kitchen Benchtops said...

Stainless steel countertops are perfect for very contemporary and industrial kitchens. They’re heat and stain resistant and won’t fade, rust or chip. Scratches, however, can be noticeable but are easily removed with a Scotch-Brite pad. The biggest cons to stainless steel countertops are that they’re noisy, can dent, and they’re pretty expensive. But if a professional, modern kitchen is the look you’re after, stainless steel is a great choice.