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Single or Double? Choosing the Right Sink

Posted on June 1st, 2020 by nash

What bowl configuration will work best with your kitchen routine and lifestyle? This feature of a sink purchase often gets little attention compared to other features. However, this is one of the most important decisions when selecting a new sink. Start with cabinet size The types of double bowl sinks Why bowl configuration matters Learn […]

How to Choose a Kitchen Sink

Posted on May 28th, 2020 by nash

We start this conversation, assuming that you already know your measurements and the sink size that fits your cabinet. If you don’t have this information, we encourage you to visit our blog on how to measure your kitchen sink. Choosing a kitchen sink should never be just about finding something that simply fits. While measurements […]

What is Sink Radius?

Posted on May 19th, 2020 by nash

For contractors, fabricators, and others who frequently deal with kitchen sinks, radius is a common term. For others, radius, in the context of a sink, is likely a complete mystery. If you’re reading this, then your probably in the latter group and find yourself scratching your head as to what radius means and why it […]

Designing a Theme for your Kitchen

Posted on April 20th, 2020 by nash

Your sink is the centerpiece of your kitchen, and no single room experiences more traffic than your kitchen. When you begin creating a theme for your kitchen, it is easy to focus on cabinets, countertops, and flooring. However, bringing all of those elements together is the kitchen sink. Understanding your theme will help you select […]

How to Measure a Kitchen Sink: What to Know

Posted on April 20th, 2020 by nash

Selecting a kitchen sink may seem on its face a simple decision, but once you get to the point of choosing a sink, things can quickly become more complex. What are your preferences when it comes to functionality, what worked with previous sinks, and what didn’t work? When it comes to the theme of your […]

The Home Builders’ Official Guide to ADA Design for Kitchens and Bathrooms

Posted on March 9th, 2020 by nash

When it comes to designing a new bathroom or kitchen for a client, the homeowner’s greatest priorities are likely centered on enhanced aesthetics and high performance. However, in households where one or more members of the family are living with mobility issues, safety and accessibility can take precedence over other factors. In any case, building […]

Vitreous China vs. Porcelain

Posted on October 22nd, 2019 by nash

There is a decent amount of confusion when it comes to the differences between vitreous china and porcelain.  Are they two different materials or the same material with different names? To state it simply and clarify, vitreous china and porcelain are made from the same exact materials; vitreous china is simply the glazing technique that […]

Benefits of Black Bathroom Fixtures

Posted on October 11th, 2019 by nash

The traditional color of choice when it comes to bathroom appliances and fixtures such as faucets and sinks is obviously white. White porcelain is the go-to finish for most homeowners as it is highly versatile and can match nearly any color decor and design. Much like white, however, black is just as versatile and adaptable, which is […]

How to Clean Your Bathroom Sink & Faucets

Posted on October 8th, 2019 by nash

Your bathroom comes in contact with a lot of elements on a daily basis aside from just water. Faucets are easy places for dirt, soap, and calcium buildup to accumulate causing your faucet to look unappealing. Luckily, cleaning up your bathroom or kitchen faucet is easily accomplished. In fact, most of the materials should already be in […]

Remodeling Your Bathroom for 2019

Posted on September 18th, 2019 by nash

3 Ways To Modernize Your Current Bathroom When people buy homes, they feel that the bathroom it comes with is what you’re stuck with.  When it comes to giving your bathroom a facelift, you don’t necessarily have to spend hundreds of dollars to do so.  A little goes a long way in the bathroom so […]

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