Difference Between Inset, Drop-on Sinks and Undermount

 

Choosing the correct sink for your needs is very important.

As the kitchen sink is seen as the heart of the kitchen, it’s the perfect
starting point for creating your dream kitchen. Let your imagination
run free with a range of fabulous options to help you maximise space
and accentuate the look of the entire room. There are however certain
functional considerations to take into account and the following
information will help to ensure that your ideal sink is the perfect fit for your ideal kitchen. 


 

Undermount Sinks

Undermount sinks are installed underneath the worksurface and
therefore require a soild surface worktop such as granite, stone or
treated wood. They are not compatible with laminate worksurfaces.

CUB Sinks, Kubus Sinks, Stella Sinks and Zurich Sinks

 

Inset Sinks or Drop-in Sinks

 

Inset sinks are installed from above into a pre-prepared hole in your
worktop. It gives you the widest range of sink shapes, sizes and styles to choose from.
Flushmount is similar to an inset installation where the sink sits very slightly raised above the worktop

Inset Flushmount Sinks

Flushmount is similar to an inset installation where the sink sits flush
with the worktop. A CNC machine is used to prepare the worktop.

Drop-On Sinks

With a drop-on sink, the sink unit itself replaces the counter top.

Trendline Sinks and the SA94 Sink