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Tips for choosing the right kitchen sink and faucet

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When it comes to choosing a kitchen sink and faucet, there are so many different designs to choose. If you are renovating your kitchen, remember to keep function in mind first and style second. Your …

When it comes to choosing a kitchen sink and faucet, there are so many different designs to choose. If you are renovating your kitchen, remember to keep function in mind first and style second. Your priority is to choose something that will work well for you and withstand many years of daily use.


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  • 1. Tips for Choosing the Right Kitchen Sink and Faucet When it comes to choosing a kitchen sink and faucet, there are so many different designs to choose. If you are renovating your kitchen, remember to keep function in mind first and style second. Your priority is to choose something that will work well for you and withstand many years of daily use. There are many things that you should consider when choosing your kitchen sink and faucet, so keep these tips in mind to ensure that you make the right selection: How do you use your sink? Do you use it for washing dishes multiple times per day every day? Do you tend to throw things into it? If you will be quite hard on the sink, make sure you choose a durable material such as a stainless steel sink. If you are not usually tough on the sink and you want it to be more attractive, you might want to consider enamel-coated cast iron as this is a much prettier choice. For a sink that is very easy to clean up, make it an integral part of the countertop so that you can wipe everything up more quickly from the solid and smooth surface. If you are on a tight budget for your kitchen renovation, you might want to consider a polyester/acrylic sink. These types of sinks come in at a lower price point and there are many different attractive colours to choose from. Of course, this cheaper option will not be as durable as other types of sinks. The next thing to consider is how many bowls you would like the sink to have. Some sinks have a double bowl, which makes washing dishes easier. If you tend to use a lot of large pots and baking sheets, you might want to have one of the sink bowls oversized. When choosing the faucet, you will want to consider what your sink looks like so that you can match the design appropriately. Having a sink and faucet that don’t suit each other will look out of place and strange. Think about the type of valve you would like best in your faucet – ball, ceramic or cartridge? Each has its own advantages so do a little research to figure out which would fit your needs best.
  • 2. Consider also installing a spray arm that you can use for rinsing the sink or filling pots with water. It can be a separate piece or installed as part of the spout. After you have decided all of the details of how your perfect sink and faucet will look, you can head to the local plumbing showroom and take a look at how your sink and faucet will look and function when installed.
  • 3. Contact Details: Fit My kitchen Moulton Chantry House Southfields Old Leake, Boston, Lincolnshire. PE22 9LP Phone: 01205 871987 Email: sales@fitmykitchen.co.uk Web: http://www.fitmykitchen.co.uk/