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Enhance Your Bathroom with Porcelain Sinks
- May 31, 2018 -

If you are just replacing the sink of your bathroom, your vanity and countertop may limit your choices. So note its width, length, and height. Before you purchase a porcelain sink, keep these in mind.

Consider the room. A porcelain sink will suffer wear and tear from a child or frequently used. For a guest bath or powder room the space is tight. A pedestal or wall-mount porcelain sink will work. The latter can be installed to any height, making it a good option for tall, short or disabled people.

Consider the style. You can use drop-in porcelain sinks, which fit into a hole in the counter, or vessel sinks, witch sit on top of the counter. Under-mount porcelain sinks require waterproof countertop materials, such as a stone or solid surfacing. Seamless installations, where the sink and the counter are made of the same material, have a nice clean look. But as the porcelain sink and countertop are made as a unit, if one of them is damaged, both have to be replaced.

Figure out the faucet. Check how many faucet holes the porcelain sink or the countertop has and where they will be located. Regardless, the water should flow smoothly down the porcelain sink.

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