Granite Division offers higher quality sinks than you will find in most larger retail stores at a competitive price so that you don’t need to worry about it! Ordering sinks at Granite Division also gives us quality control over the entire process and takes the hassle off of you! This article is a guide to equip you to make the best decision when it comes to sink selection for a bathroom. It covers considerations about the sink function, size, style and material options, and a starting point for further research in faucet selection. If you would like to order a sink from elsewhere this will also serve as a guide for considerations.
Undermount sinks are installed underneath the countertop. This means that cleanup is easier, and that you do not see the edges of the sink.
Drop-In sinks are installed by being “dropped in” to a hole in the countertop. This is the most inexpensive way to install a sink. A Drop-In sink’s edges will be over the countertop.
Vessel sinks actually sit on top of the vanity countertop, and are available in many shapes and colors.
Porcelain sinks are low cost and maintenance. However, they are not durable enough for heavy use and are not good candidates for heavily trafficked areas.
Stainless steel is the most common choice for a bathroom sink, and there are many stainless-steel options. It is low cost and low maintenance, but it is not difficult to dent or scratch.
Copper sinks are available for their interesting style, and copper has bacteria-killing properties. However, these sinks are typically on the more intensive end of both cost and maintenance.
There are thousands of possibilities on the market, and we encourage you to find something you like and order it. We will need your faucet at the time of installation, and our installers cut the holes for the faucet on site.