It doesn’t clatter and clang, you can wash the dishes without scratching the sink, and it doesn’t spread the germs from your dog’s leftovers. Finally… a sink that performs.
For years, the stainless steel kitchen sink has been the standby, standard choice. It’s neutral, durable, and bordering on cliche in the kitchen. But before you go with stainless steel just because “that’s what everyone gets,” or if you’re seeking something a little different, it’s time to check out a fabulous alternative: quartz kitchen sinks.
What is a quartz sink?
Quartz composite is a man made material, composed of natural quartz combined with acrylic resin (generally an 80%/20% ratio); granite composite is essentially the same material, made of granite mixed with resin. Stone composite sinks are highly durable with the look and feel similar to natural stone at a much lower price.
Pros of a quartz sink
- It’s incredibly durable and resistant to heat (up to 535° F), scratches, stains, and impact
- Its smooth surface is easy to clean and maintain
- Its natural soundproofing absorbs noise
- It’s nonporous, so food particles don’t spread
- It’s hygienic and bacteria- and odor-resistant
- It complements popular quartz countertops as well as other materials
- It retains its color and uniformity for a lifetime
- It’s affordable
And if you needed any more reasons, it comes in awesome non-fading colors and finishes, too!