Undermount DD1 - Copper Drainboard Sink
Undermount kitchen sinks have become more and more popular over time, and it's easy to see why. Installed under the counter, undermount sinks include less lips and crevices to clean, be definition. In other words, if you're looking for a modern, sleek aesthetic in your kitchen, an undermount sink may be exactly what you need. If you're looking for a quick way to create the appearance of space in your kitchen, an undermount kitchen sink is an excellent first step.
This visual improvement can add value to your home right off the bat, for a relatively low item and installation cost. This particular undermount sink, from CopperSmith, is called the center ledge sink, because of it's two-part design. This model will allow for two separate activities to take place simultaneously, using both sides of the sink, and for storage space to exist on the ledge in the middle. You want to wash your vegetables while dishes are already in the sink? Not a problem. Need a space to clean out glasses while those pots and pans soak? We've got you covered. Regardless of the task, the multiple basins in this model will ensure that you are able to multitask for years to come.
This sink is available in fourteen and sixteen gauge metal, which is considered to be quite thick, and therefore durable. You'll be able to rest easy with this model, knowing that your sink will withstand the test of time. This sink can be custom made in a wide variety of finishes customized to your needs, as well as a variety of metals: stainless steel, brass, and copper. How do you determine the right type of undermount sink for your needs? Well, we recommend beginning with your cabinet size. Because undermount sinks will need to be supported by clamps and adhesive, it is important to ensure that there is enough space for your sink to stay anchored. Of course, you'll also want to take your unique needs into account when determining size.
Perhaps you have a large family, and could be best served by a sink that has enough room to contain quite a few dishes. Perhaps, on the other hand, it's just you in your home! There may not be a need for as large a copper sink, if you do not anticipate needing to place a lot of dishes in your sink at one time. The sink is made with a standard three and a half inch hole, for plumbing to connect to and water to pass through. This is one of many reasons why this sink can be customized both to residential and commercial installation, as well as indoor and outdoor use. Connect with the dedicated customer service team at CopperSmith, to get started on your custom sink design for your brand-new kitchen aesthetic.