What Added Features Should You Choose When Installing a New Sink?

What Added Features Should You Choose When Installing a New Sink?

What Added Features Should You Choose When Installing a New Sink?

If you are excited about installing a new sink, you have likely thought long and hard about the style and material you want for your sink. But have you thought about what added features you want? Keep reading to learn about some of the options that could be available to you, and then contact Preferred Plumbing and Rooter Service at (866) 261-3329 to talk to your local plumber.

Choose the Right Type of Sprayer

You will likely want a sprayer on your sink, but what kind do you want? You can choose a spray faucet that turns your regular faucet into a sprayer when a button is pressed, or you can choose to have a separate sprayer installed. There are pros and cons to both options – you can choose which one works best for you.

An Installed Soap Dispenser

Are you tired of having the clunky look of a soap dispenser sitting on the back of your sink? You do not have to simply live with it – you can have a soap dispenser installed right into the sink. This is convenient and streamlined, but remember that, depending on the model you choose, it can also be hard to clean.

A Built-In Drainboard

Single-basin farmhouse-style sinks are very popular right now, but they have one big disadvantage: there’s nowhere to put dishes that are drying. You do have the option of buying a metal or plastic dish drainer that you then have to deal with, or you can have a drainboard built right into your sink. This is more convenient and can look much better.

A Low Divider

If you are going to choose a two-basin sink, consider the height of your divider. It used to be that all dividers were the height of the sink. This is no longer true. Now, you can choose a low divider that reduces the amount of slashing that occurs when you’re washing and drying dishes.

Rear Drains

There can be big advantages to having the drain in the back of the sink rather than the middle of the sink. Whether this works for your sink will depend on the style and size of your sink, but you do not need to simply assume that the drain will be in the middle. Consider all your options to get the perfect sink for your needs.

We Can Provide the Ideal Sink Experience

It might sound strange, but you can actually fall in love with your sink. You can look forward to getting the dishes done and wiping the sink out at the end of the night. To ensure you have the right sink and the best possible installation, contact Preferred Plumbing and Rooter Service at (866) 261-3329 for help.