From making sure it’s just the right depth to, yes, checking out its soundproofing, here are five things to consider when buying a stainless-steel sink
DEBORAH BALDWIN – THIS OLD HOUSE MAGAZINE
Image: Franke GNX11020 undermount sink
Go for Quality & Value
Stainless steel is an obvious choice for a kitchen sink because it cleans up quickly and has a great pro look. But once you get past the key design questions—one bowl or two, undermount or overmount—you want to base your buying decision on other, less obvious factors that affect quality and value. So we canvassed the experts for their tips. Read on for five ways to see beyond a shiny surface.
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