Regardless of the style, size, or material sink you have if you are in search of an additional feature or accessory, CopperSmith does just about all of it. A leading expert in creating handcrafted home products made out of copper, brass, steel, and others! Our sinks are state of the art and we have the accessories to pair! Some of our sink accessories include sink grids, cutting boards, colanders, utensil holders, drains, faucets, garbage disposals, and more!
A press and seal drain also called a pop-up drain is one of the most commonly sold drains here at CopperSmith. Easy to both operate and install, simply activate the pop-up mechanism by simply pressing down on the drain cover.
A twist and turn, or a lift and turn feature a small nob to manually lift the drain cover. Simply press and seal the drain. They are opened and closed by pressing down on the drain cover and “twisting” it.
Drains with strainers are used commonly in bar sinks or workstation sinks that don’t have a function for closing as the grid allows water to flow easily through the drain while blocking larger items such as food or crumbs.
Chain and plug drains are manually operated by plugging and removing the drain’s stopper. These usually come included with a small basket or “crumb cup” to keep unwanted items or food from falling into the drain.
A simple yet essential component, once you get one you won’t want to go back! Sink grids are racks that fit into the basin of your sink and help protect it from possible scratches, chips, dents, or other damage. They help increase easy drainage and can also be utilized as a sink rack. Sink grids are popular in commercial and prep sinks because they make washing foods such as fruits and veggies extra easy. If you invest in a sink, this is a feature we recommend the most for protection and usefulness. We provide many dishwasher-safe options for sink grids at CopperSmith.
Not only do we provide an array of general sink accessories to choose from, but for more complex pieces such as workstation sinks check out our entire line of practical features most workstation sinks use. From wood cutting boards to stainless steel grids and utensil holders. Workstations are one sink that tends to require accessories to make good use out of its purpose.
From double to single handle, commercial-style, or center design. Chrome to stainless steel. The options for both kitchen and bathroom faucets here at Coppersmith are endless. Don’t see something you like? Give us a call and speak to one of our brand experts for a custom-made faucet! Many of our sinks have custom-cut holes for the faucet of your choosing to fit perfectly in.
Sink accessories can serve a variety of purposes no matter what the style, material, or kind of sink you have. Drains and garbage disposals make it easy for food and water to go smoothly out of your basin. Sink grids, holders, and racks are great for keeping things organized and preventing unwanted damage. Other features such as cutting boards, colanders and more will make working in the kitchen (especially cleaning up) much more efficient.
Sink accessories at CopperSmith tend to be affordable although this depends on what you’re purchasing. Of course, larger accessories such as faucets are going to tend to cost more than a small drain or cutting board.
Coppersmith makes sink accessories in a variety of materials, most of the same which we use to make our sinks. Brushed nickel or stainless steel accessories including drains, grids, or faucets are some of the easiest to clean. Brushed nickel and chrome prevent finger spots, watermarks, and rust. Solid brass is a material that may be a bit more difficult to clean.
FIND ALL YOUR SINK ACCESSORIES AND NEEDS AT COPPERSMITH TODAY!
Regardless of whether your workstation sink needs a new cutting board, the bathroom needs a drain, or the kitchen sink needs a grid. Find convenient and affordable sink accessories at CopperSmith. Not sure what you need but know you need something? Contact one of our leading experts and brand specialists here at CopperSmith that will help guide you to find the right accessory for your new sink!
What kind of sink accessories does CopperSmith offer?
Check out Coppersmith today for all your sink needs and features including faucets, drains, workstation accessories (cutting boards, colanders, sink grids), garbage disposals and more.
What kind of sink drains are there?
CopperSmith offers a number of options for drains including 4 popular styles. A press and seal drain, also called a pop-up drain is some of the most commonly sold drains here at CopperSmith. They are very easy to both operate and install, and are activated by a pop-up mechanism by simply pressing down on the drain cover.
A twist and turn, also called a lift and turn features a small nob to manually lift the drain cover. Simply press and seal the drain, which is also very easy to install. Twist and turn drains do not feature “below the counter” mechanisms as some other drains do. They are opened and closed by pressing down on the drain cover and “twisting” it.
Drains with strainers are used commonly in bar sinks or workstation sinks that don’t have a function for closing. The grid on the drain cover allows water to flow easily through the drain while blocking larger items such as food and crumbs from actually getting into it.
Lastly, chain and plug drains are manually operated by plugging and removing the drain’s stopper. These usually come included with a small basket or “crumb cup” to keep unwanted items or food from falling into the drain.
What is a sink grid?
Sink grids are racks that fit into the basin of your sink. This helps protect your sink from possible scratches, chips, dents, or other damage. They help increase easy drainage and can also be utilized as a sink rack. Sink grids are popular in commercial and prep sinks because they make washing foods such as fruits and veggies extra easy. They are also quite easy to clean as they only require popping the grid out from the sink and many are even dishwasher safe here at CopperSmith.
Should I get a garbage disposal?
Garbage disposals are a great investment to make especially in your kitchen sink. These allow easy clean-up of food and help maximize time cleaning up in the kitchen. Although they tend to be pricier and can make your sink installation harder to install, they are worth it in the long run.
What material of sink drain is the best?
Chrome and copper are some of the best materials for drains due to the rust prevention and durability. Drains are often emerged or covered in water so having a metal that is prone to tarnish and rust is important. Copper and chrome drains are also easier to clean making it more convenient for wiping up food crumbs and other unwanted messes.
What sink accessories are essential to have?
One of the most essential accessories to a sink is the faucet! This allows water flow and is probably the most important part of the sink itself. Other accessories that are pretty necessary include a drain and handles for temperate control.
What size sink drain do I need?
The size of your drain will depend on the measurements between one side of the drain opening in your sink to the other side. These are on average about 3 ½” wide. But can range anywhere from 1 ½” to 4”. Bar sinks and prep sinks tend to have smaller drains, while the commercial kitchen and larger sinks have larger drains. In general, drains for the kitchen tend to be a bit larger and more advanced than bathroom drains as they are filtering out more in the water.
What accessories come with a workstation sink?
While there are tons of features and levels of accessories that one can choose to customize their workstation sink. The most common included accessories that come with workstation sinks are drying racks, colanders, a cutting board, and a bottom grid. A bottom grid made of stainless steel fits nicely in the bottom of the sink to organize dishes without getting residue everywhere. Most of the accessories sit fitted into the space that drops into the sink on an integrated ledge. This is great for maximizing space and having a more organized cleaning and cooking process.