Small but Convenient Sinks

Mar 30, 2016

Small bar sinks are no longer just for high end expensive homes. Cooks of all skill levels are interested in a third sink in their kitchen. Small bar sinks are a great feature that have become popular in many homes. They are convenient and practical for many different applications. In addition, they improve the work flow of the kitchen space and also add value to the home.

Many new home buyers are looking for small bar sinks to already be installed in any house they buy. They want the convenience that a third sink provides. This is a great place to prep fruits and vegetables while still having a larger sink for cleaning dirty dishes. This way, fresh vegetables don’t get contaminated with soap or leftover food particles. In addition to prepping fresh food, a small bar sink is a great place to prepare cocktails for guests.

Another application is to fill the sink with ice and place bottled drinks inside. This is a way for guests to serve themselves without opening and closing the refrigerator.

Small bar sinks are available in different materials like stainless steel, porcelain, and granite. However, stainless steel is the most popular and reasonably so. The material is durable and able to withstand a heavily trafficked kitchen. It can manage the pots and pans that get washed every day. Also, stainless steel is easy to clean and easy to keep clean and free from bacteria build up. Finally, this material tends to match the main larger kitchen sink and also the appliances, which creates a visual flow around the kitchen rather than having clashing pieces.

Any homeowner who chooses to have a small bar sink installed in their kitchen should find professional help. A professional will know how to measure and cut for the perfect fit. They will know how to get the job done. In addition, depending on the sink that is purchased, in order to secure the warranty, the sink should be professionally installed. Don’t risk cracking the existing countertop or breaking the small sink. Hire an experienced professional who knows what it takes to get these sinks installed correctly the first time.