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Sink Styles

An integral sink is made out of the same material as the countertop and is fused to it, creating a seamless transition that makes the sink and counter look like one unit.

Drop-in sinks get their name from the method of installing them: "Dropping" them into a cutout in the countertop. (Obviously, we recommend a more careful placement.)

Undermount sinks have a low profile and are attached underneath the countertop, hence their name.

 
 

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