Every kitchen revolves around the sink, whether it's used for washing hands and rinsing food or cleaning a huge load of dishes. We'll show you how to find the right one for your space, from format and material to installation.

The Most Important Part of Your Kitchen

Few things in the home are as important or frequently used as the kitchen sink. It's one of the most important decisions you can make, and we've got the right one waiting for you. Whether it's a simple one-bowl configuration or three-bowl farmhouse sink, the perfect one is just a click away.

Choose the Sink Format

Bowl Configuration: One, two, or three — explore what works for you.

Depth: Choose bowl depth(s) based on your needs. Deeper bowls are more versatile and allow for easier cleaning of large pots. Shallow bowls are convenient for general tasks and more accessible for children. Multiple bowl sinks can vary in depth from one side to the other.

Shape: The rectangular shape is the most functional, but review other options for a different look.

Select the Material

Enameled Cast Iron: These are solid cast iron sink covered in porcelain enamel for long-lasting durability. They're available in a variety of colours and resist staining, chipping, and scratching.

Composite Materials: Quartz or granite, combined with acrylic or polyester resins, form a rock-hard composite sink that resists staining, chipping, and scratching.

Acrylic: Made with acrylic materials and reinforced with composite backing, these sinks are available in a variety of colours and resist staining and impact.

Stainless Steel: Finishes and steel thickness affect the sink’s durability and ability to disguise scratching, but they're very good at resisting burning or cracking. They come in a variety of decorative finishes, with some insulated to reduce noise.

Consider the Installation

Undermount: They attach below the countertop for a more integrated look and easier clean up, with faucet holes drilled into the countertop. They work best with stone or solid-surface countertops. 

Drop-In: Self-rimming and easy to install, faucet holes are pre-drilled into the sink ledge, making them ideal for replacement projects.

Integral: They're made of the same material as solid surface countertops for a seamless appearance and easy clean up. These sinks are moulded into the countertop with faucet holes drilled in.

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