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Agentis Kitchen & Bath Blog

Kitchen Sinks: The Pros and Cons

Posted by Agentis on Nov 9, 2018 2:14:52 PM

Thinking about getting a new kitchen sink?

It’s something you’ll be using every day so it’s a good idea to think through the pros and cons of different materials and styles.

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Topics: Kitchen, Kitchen Layout, Kitchen Sink, Sink

Kitchen Remodel: Do My Sinks Need to Be Re-Caulked

Posted by Agentis on Dec 6, 2017 1:13:04 PM

When your sink was first installed, it was neatly sealed with a line of caulk around it. It served two purposes – to help hold the unit in place and to prevent leaks along the seam of the installation. 

But over time, the caulk wears away, breaking a once tight seal.

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Topics: Kitchen Sink, Sink, Caulk

Kitchen Remodel: Stainless Steel vs Porcelain Kitchen Sinks

Posted by Agentis on Nov 29, 2017 1:53:49 PM

Although most people install stainless steel kitchen sinks, there are many upsides to considering a porcelain sink in the kitchen.

Here are some tips that’ll help to decide between a stainless steel or porcelain sink.

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Topics: Kitchen Remodeling, Kitchen Sink

Which Kitchen Sink is Right for You?

Posted by Agentis on Jun 20, 2017 6:48:03 PM

When remodeling your kitchen, the sink is always a top priority. It’s a centerpiece, the workhorse in your kitchen. 

When selecting your new sink, it’s good to know that there are two main types to consider: a drop-in sink or an undermount. 

Both have advantages, and it comes down to which one fits your needs best.

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Topics: Kitchen Remodeling, Kitchen Sink

Drop in or Undermount Sink?

Posted by Agentis on May 24, 2017 12:11:49 PM

Okay, it’s time to figure out what kind of sink you want – Drop-In or Undermount? 

You stare blankly for a moment, trying to connect the names with what you’ve seen. No worries. We’re here to help with some quick definitions so you can calmly respond when it’s time to choose.

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Topics: Sink, Kitchen Sink